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Lismore man held knife to woman’s throat: police

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Police said the victim woke up on 1 January to find her former partner in her home.

The 31-year-old man refused to leave and blocked the exit with a couch.

Police said the victim had run towards a second doorway to escape.

The 31 year old has grabbed her, causing her head to impact on a wall. He then took a kitchen knife and put his hands on the victim’s throat while holding the knife to her throat before leaving.

Police have attended another address in Lismore and arrested the 31-year-old.

At Lismore police station he was charged with Assault, Stalking and Enter Dwelling With Intent To Commit a Serious Indictable Offence.

Police bail refused the man and he was later bail refused at Lismore Local Court. He will reappear in Lismore Local Court next week.

 


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