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Wainscott man Peter Wood appears at Medway Magistrates' Court charged with trying to murder ex-wife Tina Wood after stabbing on Liberty Park estate

06 February 2014
by Nicola Jordan
A man man appeared before Medway magistrates this morning charged with the attempted murder of his ex-wife.
 
Peter Wood, of Glimmer Way, Wainscott, is alleged to have assaulted Tina Wood in the early hours of Tuesday.
 
The 34-year-old suffered multiple stab wounds and was taken to King's College Hospital in London where she remains.
Police at the scene

Police at the scene in Glimmer Way, Wainscott

 
The court heard her injuries could be life-changing. She is believed to have suffered head, thorax, abdomen and lower leg injuries.
 
No application was made for bail and 44-year-old Wood was remanded in custody.
 
He is due to appear at Maidstone Crown Court on Friday, February 21.
 
Wood appeared by video link for the five-minute hearing.  
The scene of the alleged attempted murder

The scene of the alleged attempted murder

 
Police were called to a property in Glimmer Way, on the Liberty Park estate, at about 2.40am.
 
Mrs Wood was taken to the specialist London hospital by ambulance.
 
The air ambulance was called, landing at a nearby playing field, but was not needed.

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