Man charged with Holyhead stabbing

A Merseyside man charged with a stabbing in Holyhead has been remanded in custody.

Brandon McAllister is accused of causing GBH with intent during the attack on Jamie Lee Wilson at Waterside Flats last March.

Mr Wilson, a local man, was left with ‘life changing injuries’ after he was stabbed in the lung and bowel. Police later thanked emergency services for saving his life after he was released from hospital.

McAllister (22), from Litherland, Sefton, was rearrested by Merseyside detectives on Thursday and taken to Caernarfon police station for further questioning.

His defence told Llandudno magistrates on Saturday that he would plead not guilty when the case came up before a judge.

McAllister was remanded until he appears at Caernarfon Crown Court on Monday 17th December.

North Wales detectives are still appealing for anyone who witnessed the stabbing to come forward.

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