Police have provided more information on a fight in Henbury which triggered a large response. Two men and a woman were arrested by officers who received a call about a physical confrontation in Grayle Road on Sunday morning, just before 10am.
The two men arrested were taken to hospital with injuries not thought to be life-threatening, while police remained at the scene for much of the day as they carried out an investigation into what happened.
Today (November 21), Avon and Somerset Police said the three people arrested, all in their 20s, had been released on conditional bail. They also disclosed what each of the trio had been arrested on suspicion of.
One of the men was arrested on suspicion of wounding/grevious bodily harm without intent, and the other was arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent. The woman was arrested on suspicion of affray and wounding/grevious bodily harm without intent.
Yesterday the force statement said: “Police officers and paramedics attended an address in Grayle Road, Henbury, on Sunday 20 November. We received a call at about 9.50am to say there had been a physical confrontation.
“Two men have been arrested. They have also attended hospital with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. A woman has also been arrested and taken into custody.
“Officers are currently at the scene and enquiries are underway to establish what happened. Anyone with information that could assist our investigation is asked to call 101 and quote reference number 5222278950.”