Three individuals have been charged and detained following a stabbing incident in Hove that resulted in serious injuries to a 63-year-old man from Brighton. The attack, which left the victim critically wounded with two stab wounds, occurred in Brunswick Place on November 8.
Following the incident, police apprehended the suspects in the Kemptown area. The accused, Daniel Gall, 25, from Wiltshire, Fabian Kelly-Riley, 22, with no fixed address, and Gianni Hippooite, 21, from Brent, were brought before Hove Crown Court on November 13. At the court appearance, they were formally charged with attempted murder.
The three men have been remanded in custody and are scheduled to appear in court again on December 8.
Detective Inspector Ian Lucas said:”We are pleased to have been able to charge three men in relation to this violent crime.”Thankfully the victim is now in a stable condition in hospital after receiving life-saving treatment.We thank members of the public who have assisted with our enquiries so far and those who helped the victim at the scene.”
If you have any information relating to this case, you can make an online report, or call us on 101, quoting Op Greenham.