Two teenagers have appeared in court charged with a stabbing in Oakes.

Carl David, 19, of Weymouth Avenue in Oakes and Rhys Judge, 18, of Pennine Crescent in Salendine Nook , were before Kirklees magistrates .

They are charged with the unlawful and malicious wounding on Benjamin Lilley in Weymouth Avenue .

The 27-year-old victim has received treatment at Leeds General Infirmary and is currently in a stable condition and is being monitored for internal bleeding.

 

The alleged offence happened on Sunday, September 7.

The teenagers are further charged with possession of a knife in public.

They are also jointly charged with a separate offence on June 24.

On that date they are accused of assaulting Wayne Hall occasioning him actual bodily harm.

The alleged offence happened at Queen Elizabeth Gardens near Huddersfield town centre.

The assault allegedly involved weapons and the victim was said to have been knocked unconscious.

David and Judge did not enter pleas at the hearing.

Their case was committed to Leeds Crown Court where they will first appear on September 23.

Both were remanded in custody at the hearing in Huddersfield yesterday.