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He then followed her to the living room where he made more verbal threats before throwing her across the room causing her to bang her head. He then pulled her hair and banged her head.
"She ended the call, an argument started and he threw a drink at her." An argument ensued and Oarton followed the victim to the bathroom where he made her sit in the bath and proceeded to "pick up objects and throw bottles at her while she was in the bath."
which breached a bail condition not to contact her.
Mr Brown said: "We're dealing with a toxic relationship, one where neither party was averse to reverting to physical behaviour on previous occasions.".
Lisa Mayne, prosecuting, said the victim, who had been in a relationship with Oarton since December 2009, had experienced elements of abuse from Oarton throughout the relationship as a result of his drinking and drug taking. Mrs Mayne said that on one occasion Oarton came home with a Samurai sword and threatened to cut off a cat's head and also to cut her legs off.
The court heard that they went back to her place and Oarton had become "enraged" because of the length of time she had spent on the phone to a friend.
Detective Sergeant Ian Fox, from the force's domestic violence unit, said: "We take a robust stance against all reports of domestic abuse and Norfolk Constabulary is fully committed to bringing offenders to justice.
Paul Batchelor, 30, of Bentley Way, Norwich, appeared charged with assaulting his partner on October 2 and with harassment without Converse Chuck Taylor 2 White violence between October 2 and November 24. He pleaded guilty to both offences and was given a 12 month community order with 80 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to undertake six months supervision with probation, pay prosecution costs of 35 and not contact, directly or indirectly, the victim or go within 100 metres of her address.
Mrs Mayne said Oarton was arrested and granted bail on the condition that he does not contact the victim. But on January 5 Oarton started trying to call her and left messages saying he was going to go to her flat.
The court heard Oarton laughed as he did so and Mrs Mayne said the victim had never felt so "degraded". When she put her arm in the door in Converse All Star 2 Shield Canvas
John Etchels, 57, of Palmer Road, Norwich, pleaded guilty to two offences of assault on his wife on December 19 last year and January 1 this year. Sentencing was adjourned until February 1 but he was warned that he could face custody.
"Our priority is to ensure repeat victims get the help and support they need and we will continue our focus on solving and resolving the offences that are important to the public.
The warning from police that both they and the justice system in this county has a zero tolerance approach to domestic violence came as a raft of people appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court to face charges relating to domestic violence or abuse.
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She said the couple had both been out on New Year's Eve but had been turned away from a number of establishments because Oarton, whom his partner had never seen that drunk, was being very loud.
Chris Brown, mitigating, said: "There were two big arguments between the couple, but Oarton wasin his position as a bigger and stronger than the victim."person.
In the 12 months up to November 11, 2010, Norfolk Constabulary recorded 3,249 domestic related crimes compared with 2,974 for the same period in 2009. For the same period (12/11/2007 11/11/2008) Norfolk Constabulary recorded 2853 domestic related crimes.
an attempt to get out Oarton "slammed the bathroom door shut on her arm causing bruising". He then followed her to the kitchen where he picked up a knife and "started scraping it up and down his arm. He said it's like a butter knife, but I could still damage you with it".
because of his early guilty plea and for the assault on January 6, which happened while on bail, he sentenced to 26 weeks, which was reduced by a third for early guilty plea. The custody periods are to run concurrently.
She went back to her flat and found him outside. He seemed calm and she let him in only for an argument to ensue. He threw a mobile phone at her eye and took some scissors from her make up bag and stabbed her in the chest leaving two small puncture wounds.
Michael Oarton, 26, of no fixed abode was jailed yesterday after appearing at Norwich Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to two offences of assault on his partner the second of which breached a bail condition not to contact her.
For the assault on January 1 Oarton was sentenced to 24 weeks custody reduced to 16 weeks because of his early guilty plea and for the assault on January 6, which happened while on bail, he sentenced to 26 weeks, which was reduced by a third for early guilty plea. The custody periods are to run concurrently.
Jamie Dunnett, 23, of Runcton Close, West Earlham, appeared charged with assault by beating on December 26. He pleaded guilty but will be sentenced on February 1 so a report can be prepared. Although he was warned all options were open.
He was also made the subject of a restraining order meaning he must not contact the victim directly or indirectly and must not enter Sale Road. The order will run until a further one is made.
"The number of offences reported has increased which is encouraging as it shows victims have the confidence in their police to deal with these offences.
He was also made the subject of a restraining order.
Of those brought before the courts at least six pleaded guilty to offences relating to domestic offences with one of them jailed and two others warned that they may well face prison. Norfolk police has previously pledged more resources to tackle the crime and in 2009 announced a reshuffle which means they now have a dedicated domestic abuse unit.
With more people having that trust to report domestic violence we can protect the vulnerable and interrupt the cycles of abuse that victims go through."
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Three teams in Norwich, Yarmouth and King's Lynn are based in the county and extra civilian staff have been brought in to free up detectives' time so more cases can be dealt with and the perpetrators brought to justice.
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