Police arrested the second man involved in that altercation that occurred earlier this week at the bus terminal in the City of Hamilton, right after he was treated at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital and discharged.
A police spokesman said: “At last check early this morning (February 1) the 18-year-old man injured during an altercation that occurred at the City of Hamilton bus terminal around 11:30am Monday, January 29th, had been discharged from the hospital after receiving treatment on a general ward.
“He was then arrested in connection with the incident.
“A 20-year-old man also hurt in the same incident initially arrested after being treated and discharged from the hospital sometime later on Monday.
“Both men have since been released on police bail pending further inquiries” he added.
The appeal for witnesses continues and anyone with any information regarding this matter is encouraged to contact the Criminal Investigation Department on 247-1744.
Meanwhile, the 51-year-old Devonshire man injured in a single vehicle motorcycle crash on Somerset Road in Sandys, has been moved out of the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit, to a general ward, where he was listed in stable condition.
The accident occurred around 9:40pm on Friday, January 26, near the junction with Morgan Hill and inquiries are continuing.
Witnesses that have not already come forward are asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.