Inmate Suffers Neck Wound at YOI Aylesbury
6:28pm 22nd June 2011
Two inmates at the Young Offenders Institute on Bierton Road in Aylesbury have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
Thames Valley Police say they arrested two 20 year-old men after an incident at 7.11pm Tuesday evening - after a 20 year-old fellow inmate suffered neck wounds.
The victim's been taken to Stoke Mandeville hospital, where he remains to be treated for serious but not life threatening injuries.
An investigation is now underway and two men, both 20, remain in police custody.
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