Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

News GRID ALEXANDRA RUCKI WITH THE STORIES THAT BROKE ACROSS THE CITY OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

News GRID ALEXANDRA RUCKI WITH THE STORIES THAT BROKE ACROSS THE CITY OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS

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vicious attack on doormen A doorman is lucky to be alive after being stabbed in the head in a 'savage' attack involving up to eight people at a Failsworth pub. One bouncer suffered a cut on the side of his face after being hit with a pint glass, while a second who went to his colleague's aid was left with stab wounds on his head, neck and abdomen. He is in hospital in a stable condition. The incident took place at the Royal Oak at 12.15am yesterday. Call police with information on 101.

paul daniels' son in 'drugs farm' arrest The son of the late magician Paul Daniels has been arrested after police allegedly found a cannabis factory at his Wigan home. Paul Jnr was reportedly held on suspicion of producing cannabis and abstracting electricity at his property in the town. The jobless 56-year-old is said to have been arrested with two others and released on bail pending further enquiries. Paul Jnr is the eldest of three sons from the magician's first marriage to Jacqueline Skipworth, which ended in divorce in 1975. Paul Jnr is now said to be on the dole. Greater Manchester Police confirmed that two men and a woman were arrested at a property in Wigan on January 6. They have been bailed until February 21.

murderer freed after two years A businessman jailed for 20 years for murdering his millionaire girlfriend in a five-star Paris hotel has been freed less than two years into his sentence. Ian Griffin, 47, from Warrington, was jailed by a court in France in December, 2014, for beating Kinga Legg, 36, to death in a Pounds 1,000-a-night suite at the Bristol hotel. But it has emerged that Griffin, below, who ran tanning salons and gadget shops, has been released from prison after serving just 22 months. He is now said to be living in France and he told the Mail on Sunday he was unable to discuss the case because of a confidentiality order. …

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