Man wanted by police charged with two Stevenage assaults after handing himself in

Kane Carroll handed himself in at Stevenage Police Station following a public appeal.

Kane Carroll handed himself in at Stevenage Police Station following a public appeal. - Credit: Archant

A man wanted by police in connection with two assaults in Stevenage has now been charged.

A public appeal to find Kane Corroll went out on Monday and the 32-year-old handed himself into Stevenage Police Station the following day.

Mr Corroll, of no fixed address, was subsequently arrested and charged with two counts of assault.

It follows two incidents in the town – one on May 23 at an address in Tates Way where a woman in her 20s was injured, and another on May 30 at The Venue club in High Street where a man in his 30s was injured.

Mr Corroll has been released on bail and is due to appear at Stevenage Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, August 25.


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