Victoria Police has concluded their investigation into the stabbing of Geelong’s Jack Steven, with the organisation opting against laying charges.

Steven spent two days in hospital in May after being stabbed in the chest.

The AFL and Geelong cleared the former Saint earlier this year, but the police were yet to close their investigation.

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However, on Wednesday, police confirmed no charges would be laid.

“The police investigation stemming from a 30-year-old Lorne man presenting at a Melbourne hospital with a non-life-threatening injury on 17 May, 2020, has been concluded,” a Victoria Police spokesperson told AAP.

“No charges have been laid in relation to the matter.

“Should further evidence come to light in the future there is scope for the investigation to be reviewed and re-opened.”

Steven has played eight games for the Cats after moving to the club in the 2019 off-season.

He hasn’t featured in Chris Scott’s team since Round 14.

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