Two men accused of Corby Old Village GBH to appear in court today
The incident is alleged to have happened in The Jamb
Police have charged two men with grievous bodily harm following a serious incident in Corby.
Kyle Martindale, 20, and Stephen Martindale, 47, are both charged with maliciously wounding a man in The Jamb, Corby Old Village, on December 12, 2019.
Kyle, of Hooke Close, and Stephen, of Brigg Court, are both facing a joint section 20 grievous bodily harm charge. Stephen is also facing a charge of causing serious injury to a male victim by dangerously driving a Range Rover in The Jamb during the same incident.
Both will make their first appearance before magistrates in Northampton this morning (Monday, May 17).
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