Man stabbed in Osborne Street home

Gazette: Man stabbed in Osborne Street home - woman detained for questioning Man stabbed in Osborne Street home - woman detained for questioning

A MAN was stabbed in a house in Osborne Street. 

Police were initially called by paramedics, who were first on the scene, shortly before 9am this morning. 

The 33-year-old man had suffered stab wounds to his chest and back.

He has been taken to Colchester General Hospital after being treated by paramedics. 

His wounds are not believed to be life-threatening. 

A woman was detained at Open Road, off Queen Street, shortly after 9.20am, after a search was launched.

She is being interviewed at Colchester police station on suspicion of GBH with intent. 

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service Trust said: "We were called just before 9am to reports of a stabbing and dispatched an ambulance, paramedic officer and the Essex Air Ambulance.

"[The victim] has been treated for injuries to his chest and back which are not thought to be life threatening."

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11:01am Thu 10 Jul 14

shake-it says...

what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!!
what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!! shake-it
  • Score: 40

12:37pm Thu 10 Jul 14

brian1936 says...

Agree 100% with shake-it. However, I would have opened with "what the hell has this town come to".
Agree 100% with shake-it. However, I would have opened with "what the hell has this town come to". brian1936
  • Score: 6

12:41pm Thu 10 Jul 14

sandgrounder 1 says...

only last month we had a big march through the town trying to stamp this out
only last month we had a big march through the town trying to stamp this out sandgrounder 1
  • Score: 7

1:19pm Thu 10 Jul 14

C.I.5. says...

shake-it wrote:
what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!!
She needs to be interviewed about the Jim murder, the M.O. of that fatal attack was 102 low puncture stab wounds.
One of two possibilities in that case, is a woman scorned or unrequited in attitude.
The second possible M.O. or target group would have been a group of thugs with a pass around the weapon thug like attitude.
Open Road is some type of drug abuse help center. The link between drugs and these types of random mindless attacks are quote synchronistic.
There is a clear lead here.
[quote][p][bold]shake-it[/bold] wrote: what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!![/p][/quote]She needs to be interviewed about the Jim murder, the M.O. of that fatal attack was 102 low puncture stab wounds. One of two possibilities in that case, is a woman scorned or unrequited in attitude. The second possible M.O. or target group would have been a group of thugs with a pass around the weapon thug like attitude. Open Road is some type of drug abuse help center. The link between drugs and these types of random mindless attacks are quote synchronistic. There is a clear lead here. C.I.5.
  • Score: -12

1:30pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Shaneblackdarkknight says...

Junkeys 100 %
Junkeys 100 % Shaneblackdarkknight
  • Score: 3

2:20pm Thu 10 Jul 14

WitchofColchester says...

Is she the Colchester stabber?
Is she the Colchester stabber? WitchofColchester
  • Score: -10

4:01pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Tt
Tt Angry of Lexden
  • Score: -3

4:24pm Thu 10 Jul 14

sandgrounder 1 says...

Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
Junkeys 100 %
how do you come to that conclusion ??
[quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: Junkeys 100 %[/p][/quote]how do you come to that conclusion ?? sandgrounder 1
  • Score: 0

6:16pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Mohammad Akbar says...

Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade?
Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade? Mohammad Akbar
  • Score: 5

6:20pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote!
There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote! Angry of Lexden
  • Score: -3

11:27pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Boris says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote!
The negative vote is probably because your comment was meaningless. Try re-reading your comments before you press "Post comment".
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote![/p][/quote]The negative vote is probably because your comment was meaningless. Try re-reading your comments before you press "Post comment". Boris
  • Score: 1

11:36pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Mohammad Akbar wrote:
Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade?
They reach for it because they have it in their pockets. Imagine a law that said if you are caught a second time carrying a knife it's lock up time - no arguments! In that event I reckon in a couple of years guys would learn not to carry knives and lives would be saved. It's a no brainer. That is apart from one lib dem mp who doesn't have the sphericals god gave him, he voted against the change in the law because his wooly headed lib dem party told him to. And who can guess his name?
[quote][p][bold]Mohammad Akbar[/bold] wrote: Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade?[/p][/quote]They reach for it because they have it in their pockets. Imagine a law that said if you are caught a second time carrying a knife it's lock up time - no arguments! In that event I reckon in a couple of years guys would learn not to carry knives and lives would be saved. It's a no brainer. That is apart from one lib dem mp who doesn't have the sphericals god gave him, he voted against the change in the law because his wooly headed lib dem party told him to. And who can guess his name? Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 4

11:52pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
Mohammad Akbar wrote:
Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade?
They reach for it because they have it in their pockets. Imagine a law that said if you are caught a second time carrying a knife it's lock up time - no arguments! In that event I reckon in a couple of years guys would learn not to carry knives and lives would be saved. It's a no brainer. That is apart from one lib dem mp who doesn't have the sphericals god gave him, he voted against the change in the law because his wooly headed lib dem party told him to. And who can guess his name?
Pps, Boris and Mary poppins, I know you think I'm boring about this knife kills thing, but hey ho, I will go on and on, till you guys understand how terrible it is to be the victim - gasping to try and get oxygen into a diminishing amount if blood, and then of course your heart tries to compensate by pumping faster and faster, till the inevitable - it stops. Tell me it's boring if you dare. And then there is the mum or dad or brother/sister, who opens the door at 2 am to a police officer - and in that instant knows......
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mohammad Akbar[/bold] wrote: Why is it when people get upset they reach for a blade?[/p][/quote]They reach for it because they have it in their pockets. Imagine a law that said if you are caught a second time carrying a knife it's lock up time - no arguments! In that event I reckon in a couple of years guys would learn not to carry knives and lives would be saved. It's a no brainer. That is apart from one lib dem mp who doesn't have the sphericals god gave him, he voted against the change in the law because his wooly headed lib dem party told him to. And who can guess his name?[/p][/quote]Pps, Boris and Mary poppins, I know you think I'm boring about this knife kills thing, but hey ho, I will go on and on, till you guys understand how terrible it is to be the victim - gasping to try and get oxygen into a diminishing amount if blood, and then of course your heart tries to compensate by pumping faster and faster, till the inevitable - it stops. Tell me it's boring if you dare. And then there is the mum or dad or brother/sister, who opens the door at 2 am to a police officer - and in that instant knows...... Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 3

12:05am Fri 11 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Boris wrote:
Angry of Lexden wrote:
There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote!
The negative vote is probably because your comment was meaningless. Try re-reading your comments before you press "Post comment".
Actually Boris old mate, it went up first. But I really don't care what the vote is, I just welcome the opportunity to comment. You chaps can make your own minds up then.
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: There is something odd about the voting at the moment. Anyone else notice? Look at my typo error "Tt" above, it's got a vote![/p][/quote]The negative vote is probably because your comment was meaningless. Try re-reading your comments before you press "Post comment".[/p][/quote]Actually Boris old mate, it went up first. But I really don't care what the vote is, I just welcome the opportunity to comment. You chaps can make your own minds up then. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 0

6:40pm Fri 11 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows.
Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows. Navajo wife
  • Score: 0

2:10am Sat 12 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Navajo wife wrote:
Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows.
Naval. I'm so sorry to have caused you pain. The thing is my child was an invited guest at the party Jay was killed. My child was pressured by the police arrived to be a witness. My child's name was given to Redman. Two weeks later my child and mates were robbed at gun point, it what they thought was a gun, walking back from college. My child is a mess now, dropped out if education. And is quietly terrified of bumping into Redman's mates or family. Thing is I feel awful lot because I told my child it was their duty to help. I believed the court appearance would be anonymous.
[quote][p][bold]Navajo wife[/bold] wrote: Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows.[/p][/quote]Naval. I'm so sorry to have caused you pain. The thing is my child was an invited guest at the party Jay was killed. My child was pressured by the police arrived to be a witness. My child's name was given to Redman. Two weeks later my child and mates were robbed at gun point, it what they thought was a gun, walking back from college. My child is a mess now, dropped out if education. And is quietly terrified of bumping into Redman's mates or family. Thing is I feel awful lot because I told my child it was their duty to help. I believed the court appearance would be anonymous. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 0

2:21am Sat 12 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Angry of Lexden wrote:
Navajo wife wrote:
Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows.
Naval. I'm so sorry to have caused you pain. The thing is my child was an invited guest at the party Jay was killed. My child was pressured by the police arrived to be a witness. My child's name was given to Redman. Two weeks later my child and mates were robbed at gun point, it what they thought was a gun, walking back from college. My child is a mess now, dropped out if education. And is quietly terrified of bumping into Redman's mates or family. Thing is I feel awful lot because I told my child it was their duty to help. I believed the court appearance would be anonymous.
Navajo wife, I'm truly sorry about this. But what is your opinion on the impact of changing the knife crime law to a mandatory sentence for being found carrying a knife for a second time? The lib dem's have offered to arrange a meeting with Bob Russell to find out why he voted against the bill to change the law to a mandatory sentence for being found carrying a knife for the second time.
[quote][p][bold]Angry of Lexden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Navajo wife[/bold] wrote: Angryoflexden. Oh boy, your comment brings back awful memories. EVERY PERSON WHO CARRIES A KNIFE should go, just once, to a notification.To say to a parent I'm sorry for your loss, when you've just seen the dead, cut up, body of their child. THINK Graham how would YOU feel if it was your child and I just stood at your door, and gave you the worst news you could ever hear...that you NEVER ever expected. Believe me having to look into the eyes of those parents, there are no words to describe how you feel. I.stead of being kind of sarcastic THINK before you write. Think of what that family has lost and then think of what you would lose, be it a child, parent, sibling.Take it from someone who knows.[/p][/quote]Naval. I'm so sorry to have caused you pain. The thing is my child was an invited guest at the party Jay was killed. My child was pressured by the police arrived to be a witness. My child's name was given to Redman. Two weeks later my child and mates were robbed at gun point, it what they thought was a gun, walking back from college. My child is a mess now, dropped out if education. And is quietly terrified of bumping into Redman's mates or family. Thing is I feel awful lot because I told my child it was their duty to help. I believed the court appearance would be anonymous.[/p][/quote]Navajo wife, I'm truly sorry about this. But what is your opinion on the impact of changing the knife crime law to a mandatory sentence for being found carrying a knife for a second time? The lib dem's have offered to arrange a meeting with Bob Russell to find out why he voted against the bill to change the law to a mandatory sentence for being found carrying a knife for the second time. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 0

4:12am Sat 12 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Angryoflexdex, please give my love to your son and a BIG California hug. My memories are of seeing those parentsfaces, knowing they have lost their child so please dont feel sorry for me honey.I pray for your son, and you. Believe me, if I still lived in Colchester I would do all I could to help change tbe laws. I can only suggest that hou all maybe start a letter campaign to British top law makers. Our Senators
do all they can and it helps to change our laws. Personally I think you shpuld have mandatory sentences as we do. Write hour Judges and your Magistrstes a little pressure, will do something I'm sure.Good luck and please let me know how it's coming. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in, yes
Angryoflexdex, please give my love to your son and a BIG California hug. My memories are of seeing those parentsfaces, knowing they have lost their child so please dont feel sorry for me honey.I pray for your son, and you. Believe me, if I still lived in Colchester I would do all I could to help change tbe laws. I can only suggest that hou all maybe start a letter campaign to British top law makers. Our Senators do all they can and it helps to change our laws. Personally I think you shpuld have mandatory sentences as we do. Write hour Judges and your Magistrstes a little pressure, will do something I'm sure.Good luck and please let me know how it's coming. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in, yes Navajo wife
  • Score: 0

4:19am Sat 12 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Please excuse all typos.My heart goes out to you all. You see I was born in Colchester. I wish I was able to come help you with this. It should be illegal to carry a.knife at all,and if you do then you should get a jail sentence AND a heavy fine.
Please excuse all typos.My heart goes out to you all. You see I was born in Colchester. I wish I was able to come help you with this. It should be illegal to carry a.knife at all,and if you do then you should get a jail sentence AND a heavy fine. Navajo wife
  • Score: 0

4:28am Sat 12 Jul 14

Navajo wife says...

Please, will someone post who are the people to write to regarding laws. I will be more than happy to write letters to help ok.Let's get something going in young Jays name perhaps.
Please, will someone post who are the people to write to regarding laws. I will be more than happy to write letters to help ok.Let's get something going in young Jays name perhaps. Navajo wife
  • Score: 0

3:35pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Angry of Lexden says...

Navajo wife wrote:
Please, will someone post who are the people to write to regarding laws. I will be more than happy to write letters to help ok.Let's get something going in young Jays name perhaps.
Many thanks Navajo wife.
[quote][p][bold]Navajo wife[/bold] wrote: Please, will someone post who are the people to write to regarding laws. I will be more than happy to write letters to help ok.Let's get something going in young Jays name perhaps.[/p][/quote]Many thanks Navajo wife. Angry of Lexden
  • Score: 0

9:52pm Sun 13 Jul 14

A Very Primate Gentleman says...

C.I.5. wrote:
shake-it wrote:
what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!!
She needs to be interviewed about the Jim murder, the M.O. of that fatal attack was 102 low puncture stab wounds.
One of two possibilities in that case, is a woman scorned or unrequited in attitude.
The second possible M.O. or target group would have been a group of thugs with a pass around the weapon thug like attitude.
Open Road is some type of drug abuse help center. The link between drugs and these types of random mindless attacks are quote synchronistic.
There is a clear lead here.
Utter drivel.
[quote][p][bold]C.I.5.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shake-it[/bold] wrote: what the hell is this town coming to?? sounds unrelated to the big case but so unnerving to know there really is this many unstable and sick people about!!![/p][/quote]She needs to be interviewed about the Jim murder, the M.O. of that fatal attack was 102 low puncture stab wounds. One of two possibilities in that case, is a woman scorned or unrequited in attitude. The second possible M.O. or target group would have been a group of thugs with a pass around the weapon thug like attitude. Open Road is some type of drug abuse help center. The link between drugs and these types of random mindless attacks are quote synchronistic. There is a clear lead here.[/p][/quote]Utter drivel. A Very Primate Gentleman
  • Score: -1

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