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A 27-year-old man from Carisbrooke has been arrested as part of an investigation into an assault in Shanklin earlier this month.

As previously reported by Island Echo, an altercation is said to have occurred in the vicinity of Regent Street at around 18:15 on Wednesday 4th November. The incident is then believed to have continued on to Arthurs Hill and then Avenue Road.

The victim suffered a number of injuries and was taken to hospital.

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An appeal for information was issued by Hampshire Constabulary on Monday.

Now, an unnamed man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

He has been released from custody but remains under investigation.

Enquiries into the incident continue.

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Another small fine, which likely social or dealing money will pay for.

If we never had the vile of the world in our jails then our own rubbish could be given longer sentences.

Building thousands of extra homes here, which will be filled by such will increase crime massively and the type which is rare atm.

Vote this council out next given chance.

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Violent piece of sh*t. Why is there so much hate, anger and violence? Played too many Xbox/playstation games as a kid?

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It seems all the idiots hang out in shanklin/ sandown


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