Woman, with a suitable punishment, on Wednesday Magistrate
Woman, 18, who broke into her ex-boyfriends house and smashed it up with a hammer before trying to assault him sentenced to jail
A woman has been sentenced after breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s homeBrittany Lee Finn pleaded guilty to charges including burglary and assaultUsing a window in the garage she gained entry to his home around 11pm Sunday The 18-year-old began to smash the victim’s home before assaulting him By
Fiona Connor For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 00:00, 00 Month 2014 | Updated: 00:00, 00 Month 2014
An 18-year-old woman who broke into her ex-boyfriends house and smashed up the interior with a hammer before trying to assault him has been sentenced to jail. Brittany Lee Finn pleaded guilty on Monday in Rockhampton Magistrates Court to a number of charges including burglary with the intent to commit an indictable offence and assault occasioning bodily harm.On Monday police prosecutor Clancy Fox told the court her former boyfriend had contacted Finn to advise he had located her bank card at his house, the Morning Bulletin reported. Using a window in the garage she gained entry to his home around 11:30pm Sunday night before smashing doors and walls with a hammer. The victim then approached Finn and she struck him on the back with the handle end of the hammer before he tried to restrain her.
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Mr Fox said the pair got into a scuffle until they were outside. While Finn was lying on a set of stairs she pushed him in the face and into the garage door.The victim then sat on Finn until police attended the scene. After standing the matter down for two days to come up with a suitable punishment, on Wednesday Magistrate Jeff Clarke ordered Finn to a nine-month head sentence prison term, wholly suspended and operational for 18 months.’Your behaviour was outrageous,’ Mr Clarke said.