Original article from Kent Live
An attempted murder suspect has been named by police after a three men were stabbed during an "altercation" in Folkestone.
Kent Police said officers and South East Coast Ambulance Service crew found three men with injuries "consistent with stab wounds" after they were called to the scene at at 12.40am on Saturday.
One man remains in hospital.
Today Kent Police confirmed they had charged a man with three counts of attempted murder in connection with Saturday's shocking scenes.
A spokesperson said: "Loui Allman has since been charged with three counts of attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon."
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The spokesperson added: ""The 34-year-old, of St Eanswythe Way, Folkestone., appeared before Folkestone Magistrates' Court on Monday 23 August and was remanded in custody to appear before Canterbury Crown Court on Monday 20 September 2021."
Anyone who witnessed the incident and has yet to come forward should call Kent Police on 01843 222289, quoting reference 46/153019/21.
You can also contact Crimestoppers in Kent anonymously by calling 0800 555111 or by filling in the online report form.
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