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Chatham man Glebs Konovalos charged with murder bid after stabbing in Bryant Street

04 December 2013
by Rebecca Hughes

A young man has been remanded in custody accused of trying to murder another man in a stabbing in Chatham.

The victim, believed to be in his late 20s, was left fighting for his life following an assault at the weekend.

Detectives have now charged a 22-year-old man, from Chatham, on suspicion of attempted murder.

Police at the scene

Police at the scene

Glebs Konovalos, 22, of Prospect Row, Chatham, appeared before Medway magistrates today charged with attempted murder and assault on a woman.

He was remanded to appear at Maidstone Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 20.

It comes after police were called to Bryant Street at 9am on Sunday to reports a man had been assaulted and left with serious injuries.

He was taken to hospital in a critical condition, but is today described as being stable.

Police at the scene

Police at the scene

Witnesses said armed officers, forensics and police dogs swarmed the scene and the Kent Air Ambulance landed in a nearby school.

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