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Friday, 12 August 2016

Keighley thug jailed for six years for threatening to 'chop up' woman and her young daughter

Keighley thug jailed for six years for threatening to 'chop up' woman and her young daughter
Keighley thug jailed for six years for threatening to 'chop up' woman and her young daughter

Keighley thug jailed for six years for threatening to 'chop up' woman and her young daughter

A VIOLENT thug with a history of hurting women carried out a vicious attack on a mum and her young daughter in a caravan.
Adrian Feather, 27, has been jailed for six years after a judge said he was a danger offender who is predisposed to violence towards women.
In May this year, Feather, of Bradford Road, Keighley, was staying at the Venture Caravan Park in Morecambe when he threatened the woman with a knife, saying he would kill her and her daughter and chop them up.
He punched the woman to the ground and kicked and stamped on her as her young daughter screamed in terror.
Preston Crown Court yesterday heard at the time of the attack, Feather was on licence from a six-and-a-half year sentence for a vicious attack on two women in Keighley, in which he punched, kicked and stamped on the women while he was drunk.
In 2014 he escaped from prison and made threats to the mother of his child.
Judge Heather Lloyd, sentencing, said: “When you threatened and assaulted this woman it was a sustained and repeated assault on her in the confined space of a caravan.
“You pulled her hair, kicked her and punched her repeatedly to her face as she lay defenceless on the floor.
“Every time she tried to get up she was struck to the head and face area.
“Her daughter was screaming.
“You picked up a knife from the kitchen; you threatened to slit both of their throats. To make the child the first victim to watch her mother die and to cut them up.
“You repeatedly kicked and stamped on her when she was once again on the floor.
“Once she fled for help with her child you followed her, trying to make it look like someone else was responsible for her injuries.”
The woman was left with a broken finger and bruises and swelling to her face following the terrifying ordeal.
Judge Lloyd added: “I am told you are repentant. You may be now but you weren’t then.”
Feather admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two counts of making threats to kill.




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