Attempted murder arrests after alleged knife attack in Chatham
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a multiple stabbing in Medway earlier this year.
Three men were allegedly attacked in their Chatham home during the early hours of Monday June, 24.
Two Chatham men - aged 20 and 28 - have been questioned by detectives and released on bail pending further inquiries.
A police cordon in Rochester Road, Chatham
Police were called to Rochester Street and closed the road for several hours between Gladstone Road and Corkwell Street.
The three men, who all suffered stab wounds, were treated at the scene by ambulance crews before being taken to hospital and officers started to investigate the fracas.
People living nearby said the road was closed before 7.15am, when they saw three police cars parked outside a house and a man covered in blood in the street.
Police shut Rochester Road after a stabbing
An alleyway between the roads was also cordoned off by police, according to residents, and several houses were still cordoned off the next day.
The three men were all taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Rochester Road is taped off for the investigation
A Kent Police spokesman confirmed two people had been arrested in relation to the incident.
She said: "Two men, one 20 and another 28, who are both from Chatham, have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with an incident in Rochester Street in June.
"Both have been bailed pending further enquiries until Wednesday, October 16."
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