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PremierLeague-News.Com- Tyler Lowe, 28, 'smacked her onto the floor like a dog' despite promising 'things would be different' after another attack
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A vile thug throttled his girlfriend and put a pillow over her face after being released from prison for another attack on her. Tyler Lowe had promised his victim that ‘things would be different’ and she had taken him back, despite it being against his release conditions and initially moving from Bolton to Wigan in a bid to avoid him. Just two days after smothering her, on June 28 of this year, Lowe returned to the woman’s home in Ince and 'smacked her onto the floor like a dog', and broke her phone, Bolton Crown Court heard. A worried neighbour called police after hearing arguing and officers said that the victim was “shaking” when they arrived. The woman also “expressed previous fears that she might be killed”, prosecution barrister David Farley said. READ MORE : Drive-by shooting at a family that left two teenagers with shotgun injuries is being treated as attempted murder Lowe, 28, fled from police but he was arrested close to the victim’s home a week later, on July 5. The woman, who suffered swelling to the left side of her face, along with grazes to her arms and legs, refused to provide a formal statement to police and ‘remains in contact’ with him, the court was told. Lowe has 11 previous convictions for 17 offences, including grievous bodily harm against the same victim in 2019, for which he was jailed.
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Bolton Crown Court Of the early guilty plea, defence barrister Nicholas Ross said: “He was very adamant and very keen that he should not bring about the forced attendance of his victim at court. He wanted to do the right thing having done very wrong things. “He’s devastated for [his victim] and he understands this sort of conduct is shameful and has no sort of place in society and realises he has a lot of work and learning to do while he’s in prison for the foreseeable future.” Mr Ross added that Lowe, of Montserrat Road, Johnson Fold, Bolton, had secured a job as a manager for a recycling company after his release from jail but that “he wasn’t coping with his employment coupled with his mental health treatment”. He also said that Lowe had been drinking at the time of the offences. Jailing Lowe for two years and four months, Judge Tom Gilbart said: “These are grossly and utterly abhorrent things to do, which could have led to a real risk of causing really serious harm to your victim”. Judge Gilbart also imposed a restraining order on Lowe, stopping him from contacting the victim for the next ten years. Read more of today's top stories here READ NEXT: Man, 54, dies after car crashes off the road Police are investigating the death of a three-month-old baby boy in Stockport Mum's horror at 'parasite' crawling out of her eye after coming back from holiday Girl, nine, died with coronavirus after experiencing breathing difficulties Student, 18, murdered after being stabbed with combat knife outside town centre shopping centre, jury told