Two men jailed for serious stabbing in Brabrand

On Tuesday evening, the East Jutland Police arrested two more men, whom they suspect in a case of a serious stabbing in Brabrand in August.

The stabbing took place on 6 August on Lenesvej. A 38-year-old man was stabbed several times with a knife and he subsequently ended up in a coma.

The two men, aged 19 and 27, are charged with attempted murder and were produced on Wednesday in a constitutional hearing at the Court in Aarhus. Here, they were remanded in custody until September 28, police said on Twitter.

They both deny guilt, but would not comment in the constitutional hearing. The eldest chose to appeal the decision on custody to the Western High Court.

The men were arrested on Tuesday night at an address north of Aarhus. This was stated by the East Jutland Police earlier on Wednesday in their 24-hour report.

A 29-year-old suspect has already been jailed in the case. He was jailed the day after the stabbing, after police watched video surveillance and questioned witnesses.

Police received several reports of the stabbing on August 6 around 11.35pm. And when the officers arrived, many people were gathered in the area.

The man was treated on the spot and taken to the trauma center at the Skejby ward of Aarhus University Hospital, where he was in critical condition and came into a coma. Police have not stated how his condition is today.

Source: The Nordic Page





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