Two men aged 17 and 19 are charged with attempted murder after the knife stabbing on Greenland in Oslo on Tuesday. None of them acknowledges punishment.
The 17-year-old boy on Wednesday was detained for one week with letter and visit control, after the police initially requested two weeks of detention in Wednesday’s prison meeting in Oslo District Court.
The 19-year-old will be presented for remand prison on Thursday. He sat in the interrogation on Wednesday night. According to VG , defender Tor Even Gjendem says that the 19-year-old consents to custody, but does not acknowledge criminal liability after the charge.
Both are charged with attempted murder on an 18-year-old who was stabbed on Greenland on Tuesday night.
– Know each other
– We are still working on mapping the course of events, and there are several witness testimonies. The 17-year-old has not wanted to give an explanation, says police lawyer Ingvild Myrold in Oslo police district to NTB.
According to the police, all three knew each other before, but the police do not want to say anything about what kind of relationship there is.
Outside danger to life
The police in Oslo just after 19:00 received a message that a person had been stabbed in Motzfeldt’s street in Greenland. The victim was quickly taken care of and taken to hospital with serious injuries. The police quickly got control of the two accused, who were arrested and arrested.
According to the police, the 18-year-old is out of danger.
– It is better with him now and we have talked to him. We have not gone through the course of events, but we will try to conduct an interrogation as soon as possible, says Myrold.