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Two Wisbech men charged and remanded into custody after Tilney All Saints incident





Two men arrested in connection with an incident in Tilney All Saints earlier this week have been charged with offences.

It follows an incident in Glebe Estate on Tuesday at about 8pm when police were called to reports of people arguing and fighting and that a vehicle had crashed into a house.

Emergency services attended and three people – a man and two women – were taken to hospital for treatment. The two women have since been discharged while the man remains in hospital for treatment to serious but not life-threatening injuries.

Police at Glebe Estate, Tilney All Saints
Police at Glebe Estate, Tilney All Saints

Enquiries led officers to arrest two men yesterday (Friday) in connection with the incident and both were questioned at King’s Lynn Police Investigation Centre.

Lawrence David Manning, 48, of Seadyke Bank, Wisbech, has been charged with four offences: dangerous driving, criminal damage with intent to endanger life, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place (namely a scythe) and assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Lawrence Manning, 25, of Garden Lane, Wisbech, is accused of three offences: assault occasioning actual bodily harm, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place (namely a scythe) and assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Glebe Estate, Tilney All Saints
Glebe Estate, Tilney All Saints

Both men were remanded in police custody and appeared before Norwich Magistrates Court today (Saturday) where they were further remanded in custody until their next court appearance on Monday, September 19 at Norwich Crown Court.



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