May 18, 2022


World for Home.

SA person accused of biting, punching woman’s encounter in the course of home invasion is refused bail

A male accused of breaking into an Aldinga Seaside dwelling and biting and punching a woman’s experience, as her youngsters hid driving a rest room doorway, has been refused bail.

Police allege Jesse Michael Normandale entered the Lovelock Avenue property by means of an unlocked front door and then walked by means of the dining region, where by he assaulted the lady on Saturday night.

Paramedics treated her at the scene and then transferred her to the Flinders Health-related Centre for cure.

The 22-yr-outdated has been billed with trespassing and aggravated assault.

Mr Normandale is but to enter a plea to the prices, but his legal professionals utilized for bail in the Christies Seaside Magistrates Courtroom yesterday.

Justice of the peace Lynette Duncan mentioned she had regarded the defendant’s youth, his absence of legal history, his deficiency of memory and his intoxication at the time.

Nevertheless, Magistrate Duncan claimed she could not grant the accused “specific situations” and refused the bail software.

The magistrate referenced the current significant unexpected emergency time period made by the pandemic and the nature of the aggravated trespass.

“Of course, 1 of the good reasons for that is that persons are paying a lot much more time at residence throughout the existing pandemic,” the justice of the peace claimed.

“These allegations are particularly serious and in actuality it is complicated to envision a extra significant property invasion than what is alleged to have occurred.

“By way of a stranger entering a person’s residence when little ones are present, attacking and injuring her with her small children barricading themselves in an additional space and in actuality the girl finally battling off the offender.”

Magistrate Duncan said the offence was strange, and also strange in its gravity.

Mr Normandale will surface in the Adelaide Magistrates Court docket in July.