Violent thug behind bars after beating woman unconscious before breaking down the door of the house where she had taken refuge – UKNIP


Violent thug is behind bars after beating woman unconscious before
breaking down the door of a house where she had taken refuge.
Daniel Chapman, 26, punched, kicked and choked his victim until she was
momentarily lost consciousness following the prolonged attack in April
This year.
Following the sickening assault, which lasted up to 45 minutes, the victim
managed to run to a nearby house for help.
But Chapman followed her, breaking down the door and kicking her before continuing.
the appalling violence.
When police arrived on the evening of April 10, the victim – who Chapman
defendant would be killed – was covered in blood and had bruises on his body
and the face.
Chapman, of Rose Crescent, Whitburn, was detained and later pleaded guilty
uttering death threats, assaulting and causing criminal damage.
On Friday October 28, he appeared at Newcastle Crown Court and was jailed
for five years and two months, with an extended license period of three years.
Detective Constable Gemma Clark, of Northumbria Police, said: ‘The victim
in this case has shown incredible bravery since being submitted
this terrible ordeal.
“It was through her courage, patience and cooperation that her attacker
has now been rightly brought to justice and given a significant fate
behind bars.
“There is absolutely no place for such violence in our communities,
and we are absolutely committed to ensuring that perpetrators are removed from our
streets. Chapman has shown that he cannot be trusted to live in a legal society.
“I sincerely hope that this outcome will comfort the victim and that she
incredible bravery can inspire other victims of violent crime to come
report and contact the police.
“As a Force, we will not condone violent crime and will use all tactics
at our disposal to render effective justice against those who commit such
heinous crimes. »
If you have been the victim of a crime, report it to the police via the “Tell Us
Something’ page on our website or by calling 101. In an emergency, or if a
a crime takes place, always call 999.
You can also transmit information anonymously via an independent charity
Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.


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