Men charged after man injured with machete in Mile Oak

Monday, 25th January 2021

TWO men have been charged after a man was injured with a machete in Mile Oak.

Police were called by West Midlands Ambulance Service at 1535 GMT on Friday afternoon (22 January) to reports that a man had been attacked with a machete on Sutton Road in Mile Oak.

He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham with serious leg injuries where he remains in a stable condition.

Matthew Ronald Nunney, 46, of Sutton Road, Mile Oak, has been charged with Section 18 wounding with intent and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.

He is due to appear before magistrates at the North Staffordshire Justice Centre tomorrow (Tuesday 25 January).

Adam Nunney, 19, also of Sutton Road, Mile Oak, has been charged with Section 4a public order – intentionally cause harassment, alarm or distress. He is due to appear at Cannock Magistrates’ Court on 10 February.

A large police presence was seen in the area and officers, including armed response officers remained at the location for a number of hours.

Aerial image of Sutton Road Mileoak. © Tamworth Informed

A Number of Police Officers and a West Midlands Ambulance Service vehicle remained on the scene this evening.

At Tamworth Informed out thoughts are with the victim and we wish them a speedy recovery.

You can pass information regarding the machete incident to Staffordshire Police by calling 101, via their website or via their Facebook or Twitter pages, quoting incident number 471 of 22 January.

You can also report information about crime by contacting the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their Anonymous Online Form at No personal details are taken, information cannot be traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

Here at Tamworth Informed, we want to say a huge thank you to all NHS Staff, Care Workers, Emergency Service Workers, Shop Staff and anyone else helping to keep us safe, healthy, fed, watered or connected to vital services during this difficult of the 3rd National Lockdown. Please stay safe and look after each other.

On 4 January the Prime Minister announced that England was to enter a National Lockdown, meaning that we should all stay at home. 

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> You must stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives.
> You must not leave your home unless necessary.
> Stay 2 metres apart from anyone not in your household or bubble.

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