The man who went into hiding because he was wanted by police for questioning on suspicion of driving a car into a group of 15 revellers outside the Dali Bar nightclub in Rochdale has surrended to police at Chadderton..
Police have been trying to locate Lee Bradley, 26, since he drove a stolen car at doorstaff at the Rochdale nightspot injuring 23 people in the process.
A Police spokesman has said that a 26-year-old had been arrested last night on the suspicion of attempted murder and remained in custody awaiting interview.
Those who were injured in the melee were all discharged from hospital within a few days of admission.
Bradley's co-defendant another 26-year-old man, has been arrested and questioned on suspicion of attempted murder he was bailed by police pending further inquiries.
Police have said it is fortunate that nobody was killed in the incident.
A man has been charged after a car ploughed into revellers outside a nightclub.
Bradley, 26, of no fixed address, was charged with aggravated vehicle taking, dangerous driving, grievous bodily harm and 17 charges of causing actual bodily harm.
The drama, in the early hours of October 17, injured 25 people and left 14 revellers in hospital. Incredibly, no one was seriously hurt in the incident.
Bradley, formerly of Whitworth, is due to appear at Rochdale Magistrates' Court today.