Whitmore Reans dog walker is charged with stabbing

A dog walker has been charged with stabbing a man in a row triggered by their dogs fighting.

It happened at about 07:30 BST on Wednesday in West Park, Wolverhampton.

Dudley Manderson, 54, of Rugby Street in Whitmore Reans, is accused of wounding and possessing an offensive weapon in public.

The 46-year-old victim, also from Whitmore Reans, needed hospital treatment but was not seriously injured.

Mr Manderson was bailed and is due to appear at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court on 4 November.

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