UPDATED: 49-YEAR-OLD WOMAN CHARGED WITH WOUNDING WITH INTENT AFTER STABBING

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49-year-old Vicki Flinton has been charged with wounding with intent following an incident in Winton Street in Ryde on Friday night.

As previously reported by Island Echo, a large number of Police officers descended on the residential street at around 19:30 following reports of a serious assault at Tyro House. A man in his 50s was found to have been stabbed in the chest and shoulder.

The victim was rushed to St Mary’s Hospital and later transferred to Southampton General Hospital, where he remains in a stable condition.

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Following investigations over the weekend, Vicki Finton has been charged with the offence of wounding with intent.

Ms Finton, of Winton Street, has been remanded in custody and will appear before the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court tomorrow morning (Monday).

UPDATE MONDAY  @ 14:00 – Vicki Flinton, of Winton Street, appeared before the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court today charged with wounding with intent. She appeared under her legal name of Vicki Louise Neilson.

The court heard how the victim sustained multiple stab wounds during Friday’s incident. He remains in Southampton General Hospital in a stable condition having suffered a punctured lung.

The case has been adjourned to the Isle of Wight Crown Court on 14th October. Ms Neilson has been remanded in custody until this time.

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Az-zahra Aziz
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This could become a daily happening as it is in other, more ‘enriched’ areas of the UK, thankfully the Island, as ‘yet’ does not appeal to certain types.
That costly ‘stretch’ of water has it’s benefits as well as it’s drawbacks.

none given
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There is an element of truth to that comment az-zahra, however, the island is certainly not short of its fair share of bell ends.

what disappoints me, is the fact that the house they refer to in the article practically overlooks onto Dover Park Primary School. What sort of other characters has the council seen fit to let live there?

Toki
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I think the Filipinos can explain better. What kind of English is that last comment.

West Wighter
West Wighter
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Well said none given.
Toki I reckon you’re one of the bell ends!

Keep on smiling
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I knew an old fellow some time ago (he’s gone now) He said once that when they closed Whitecroft they should have built a wall around the whole of the Wight.
Reading the comments here reminds of that statement! Sad.

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