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Man appears in court on attempted murder charges after Gloucester City centre stabbing

A Gloucester man has been remanded in custody by magistrates for an alleged attempted murder in the city on Sunday.

Tiberiu Raducanu, aged 29, of New Street, Gloucester, is alleged to have stabbed two 19-year-old men at 2.20am on January 27 in Eastgate Street. in Gloucester.

He was charged with attempted murder as well as a Section 18 charge of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and possession of a bladed article, a knife, in a public place.

At Cheltenham Magistrates Court yesterday, Raducanu was unable to enter any pleas as it is an indictable offence that can only be dealt with at crown court.

The magistrates remanded Raducanu in custody until he appears at Gloucester Crown Court on Wednesday, February 26.

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