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Saturday, 8 May 2021

Nottingham man who vandalised former partner’s home is jailed and handed restraining order

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A man who punched holes in a door while trashing his ex-partner’s flat has been locked up and handed a five-year restraining order.

Davices Anderson, 20, also smashed picture frames, broke a large mirror, damaged wifi equipment and damaged her daughter’s Christmas presents.

He had also thrown the contents of a bottle of foundation on walls.

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The victim returned to her home on 23 December 2020 to find Anderson drunk under a blanket on her sofa.

Anderson, of Hooton Road, Carlton, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday (15 April 2021) after pleading guilty to charges of criminal damage and breaching a suspended prison sentence.

He also admitted a charge of burglary relating to a separate incident in Tideswell Court, Mansfield, which happened during the early hours of 27 February 2021.

He took the keys to a room before stealing items including a coat and work tools.

Anderson was jailed for a total of 13 months – receiving six months for the burglary, six months for breaching a suspended prison sentence and one-month for criminal damage.

Detective Constable Louise Fowkes, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Anderson caused a significant amount of distress to his ex-partner and I am pleased he is now behind bars.

“I also hope the five-year restraining order imposed in this case gives her some degree of comfort and closure, as well as highlighting our dedication to safeguarding victims and bringing offenders before the courts.”