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Teacher accused of stabbing man in Grantham is granted bail




Court news.
Court news.

A teacher accused of stabbing a man on New Year’s Day was this afternoon (Monday) granted bail at Lincoln Crown Court.

Dina-Marie Morgan is charged with wounding a man with intent to cause him grievous bodily harm.

Morgan, 41, of Rowanwood Drive, Gonerby Hill Foot, appeared before the crown court by video link and did not enter a plea at today’s hearing.

Recorder Peter Cooke granted her conditional bail to appear back before the court in March.

Morgan was charged after allegedly stabbing a man at a property in River View Maltings, Grantham, on the morning of New Year’s Day. He is still detained in hospital.



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