Wisbech man is jailed for attacking three men outside a March take away

Tunmer court case

Tunmer court case - Credit: Archant

A Wisbech man who attacked three people in a March street has been jailed for two years.

One of his victims was left with a broken ankle and two others hurt in an ‘appalling and ugly display of gratuitous violence’.

Former Neale Wade student Joe Tunmer attacked the three men in the early hours of November 29 last year.

Judge Tina Landale said that Tunmer, 28, of Sealeys Lane, had been drinking before the assaults outside the Eastern Promise takeaway.

He was jailed last Thursday for two years at Peterborough Crown Court.


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The court was told the first attack saw a man bundled to the ground, where he was kicked in the back by Tunmer.

As he fell, he twisted his ankle, fracturing it.

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