Sixth man charged after man stabbed in Liverpool city centre
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A sixth man has been charged after a mass confrontation in Liverpool city centre led to a stabbing.
21-year-old Anthony Dodson was rushed to hospital after being knifed in the chest during the 'large-scale disturbance' in the early hours of December 27. He was found at the junction of Church Street and Whitechapel, near to McDonald's, by a police patrol at around 5.30am. He remains in hospital in a critical but stable condition.
A second male, aged 21, who was stabbed in the back following what witnesses described as a 'mass brawl' involving two groups that left The Safehouse bar on Victoria Street and entered Peter Street, is also stable and recovering at home.
A third man, aged 23, suffered a laceration to the head, believed to have been caused by being hit with a bottle or glass and is also recovering at home. Following enquiries, a fourth man, aged 20, was identified with lacerations to his head. He is recovering at home.
Jordan Kinsella, 29, of Harrogate Drive, Everton, is the sixth man charged in connection with the incident, charged with violent disorder. He is due to appear at Liverpool and Knowsley Magistrates Court on Monday (January 8).
Five other males arrested were charged on Friday and appeared at Liverpool and Knowsley Magistrates Court on Saturday (January 6). They are as follows:
Cameron Quinn, 21, of Swanside Avenue, Huyton, has been charged with violent disorder; Section 18 wounding and possession of an offensive weapon. Milne Critchley, 20, of Sprucewood Close, Anfield, has been charged with violent disorder. Luke Bowland, 21, of Webster Road, Wavertree, has been charged with violent disorder. Adam Draper, 21, of St David's Road, Huyton, has been charged with violent disorder. George Miller, 20, of no fixed abode, has been charged with violent disorder.
All five are in custody and awaiting a hearing at Liverpool Crown Court on February 2.