Police investigating a fatal stabbing in Oldham have made a second arrest.
The incident happened in the early hours of Saturday August 15 on Ashton Road where two men were found with stab wounds.
One of the victims later died and a murder investigation was launched while the other remains in hospital with serious injuries.
On Monday a 23-year-old man was arrested in Newcastle on suspicion of murder and attempted murder and he remains in custody.
Anybody with information should contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
A man has been found with stab wounds to his chest in a residential street in Blackpool.
The 28-year-old was discovered on Regent Road around 9pm last night; it's thought he was stabbed within or near to a residential address on the street.
He was taken to the Royal Preston Hospital where his condition is described as serious but stable.
Two men were witnessed running from the scene around the time of the incident.
An 18-year-old man from Huddersfield was arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent and is currently in police custody but detectives are still asking anyone with information to come forward.
Detective Inspector Gareth Willis from Blackpool CID said: “We are still trying to trace a second man who was seen running from the area where the victim was found."
“If anyone has any information or saw what happened, please call us or Crimestoppers anonymously.”
Anyone with information can contact Blackpool CID on 101 quoting log number 1424 of June 14th.
Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at Crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
71-year-old Alex Walker has been locked up for six years after he stabbed a man through the penis in a pub in Wigan.
Mr Walker stabbed Terence Flood in the he Pound Pub in Market Street, Atherton, near Wigan after a trivial altercation in a pub turned to violence.
The knife wound went through the victim's penis and into his groin, narrowly missed his femoral artery with potential fatal consequences.
The Manchester Evening News reports that as the 64-year-old victim Terence Flood was tended by paramedics he was terrified to hear them say “it’s a bad one” and that he would not survive if they took him to the hospital originally planned.
Instead he was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was treated for the agonising wounds which also included defensive injuries to his left hand.
Alex Walker, who has no previous convictions, admitted wounding Mr Flood with intent and possessing a lock knife and was jailed for six years.
Three men have been charged with murder after a teenager was found dead in Merseyside on New Year's Day.
Jordan Campbell, 17, was found at a flat in in Tickle Avenue, St Helens, Merseyside at about 12:00.
Police had been called to reports of an assault at about 11:55, when they saw smoke coming from the property.
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service extinguished a number of small fires inside the flat.
Firefighters found the body of the teenager, who was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
A post-mortem examination found he died as a result of a single stab wound.
A man is seriously ill in hospital after being stabbed in Manchester.
Police were called to the Corn Exchange at 12.40am this morning, amid reports a 25-year-old man had been attacked.
Detective Inspector Andy Naismith says: “We are currently studying CCTV to establish what happened in the early hours of this morning and how many offenders were involved but believe this has been the result of some sort of earlier altercation."
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An unemployed man has admitted stabbing a Liverpool football fan to death in a London bar.
Alex Jarmay, 26, from Bromborough, Wirral staggered out of the Bar Uno, in Camden, before collapsing after what appears to be a random attack in February.
He had travelled to the capital with his brother Luke and friends to watch the Reds play Cardiff in the Carling Cup Final, which Liverpool won the next day.
Paul Beck, 29, of, Kentish Town, north London, pleaded guilty to murder at the Old Bailey.
His brother Damien, 24, of the same address, pleaded guilty to wounding Luke Jarmay. His plea of not guilty to murder was accepted.
Outside court, Detective Inspector Mark Lawson said: "We have watched CCTV and this appears to have been a random attack.
"They did nothing to provoke this attack. The friends had gone out for a quiet night out before the match. They were not looking for trouble. We just don't know what happened. The worst thing is that it could have been anyone."
Police have arrested four people after a man died at a house in Oldham. Shortly after 12.15am this morning, police were called to reports a man had been stabbed in the chest at a house on Coleridge Road.
This is a tragic incident in which a man has lost his life. “We are now in the early stages of a detailed investigation and we are determined to establish exactly what happened. “It is understandable that people are concerned about what has happened, but I want to reassure the community that we have already made a number of arrests and the investigation is progressing. “We have extra officers in the area so, if you have concerns, please don’t hesitate to speak to them.”
Three men aged 57, 39, and 32 and a 29-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in custody for questioning.
A post mortem examination will take place later today.