A man from Dover has started a seven year jail sentence after attacking three people with a knife.
21-year-old Callum Slesser of Prescott Close, Guston, Dover, was arrested on 27 February 2012 following two separate incidents in the town.
Two men aged 19 and 20 were assaulted during a disturbance in Stembrook, Dover late on 24 February. Both received slash wounds and were treated at the William Harvey Hospital.
Several hours later in the early hours of 25 February, and in a separate incident, a 32-year-old man was assaulted in the alleyway off Church Street and suffered cuts to his face, neck, back and wrist.
Slesser was subsequently charged with two counts of unlawful wounding, one count of wounding with intent and one count of possessing an offensive weapon, namely a Stanley knife.
At Canterbury Crown Court on 21 December 2012 he was sentenced to seven years imprisonment having previously pleaded guilty to the charges.