Attacker advised his ex-partner’s lover ‘the 2 of us are going to die tonight’ as he smashed via window

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His goal even snapped a baseball bat over crazed Robert Harvey’s head – however it failed to prevent him from looking to gauge the person’s eyes out.
An East Dunbartonshire Council worker has seemed in court after attacking his ex-associate’s new lover and pronouncing: “You’re doing nicely, the 2 of us are going to die this night.”

Glasgow Sheriff court heard how James Hamilton even snapped a baseball bat over crazed Robert Harvey’s head, however that failed to prevent him from looking to gauge Hamilton’s eyes out.

Waste supervisor Harvey, 47, of Sunnyside power in Glasgow, seemed in court to plead responsible to numerous charges in opposition to his former accomplice of 21 years and her partner James Hamilton.
He pleaded responsible to attending the house of Donna Lawrie and acting in a threatening or abusive way on October 23, 2016.

He additionally admitted attending her domestic cope with on October 25, 2016 and disturbing entry to her residence, in spite of being bailed on situation that he have to no longer try to technique, touch her or enter her street.

Harvey also pleaded responsible to smashing a window of his ex-partner’s home address on November 1, 2016, forcing access to the property and assaulting James Hamilton.

There, he threatened to kill him, time and again seized him by way of the neck, bit him on the face, pinned him to a mattress and pushed his thumbs into his eyes.

The accused also admitted again and again uttering threats closer to Donna Lawrie whilst he became being taken to health center.

Procurator fiscal Depute John Bedford stated that previously, on October 23, Harvey had attended at Donna Lawrie’s domestic in Drumchapel.
Lawrie and a toddler witness heard the door being ‘knocked loudly’ and when Lawrie responded, Harvey stated to her: “outside till I talk to you”.

She refused however Harvey entered the flat.

PF Depute Bedford instructed the court that the child witness told Harvey not ‘to touch’ Lawrie. both witnesses said that they had by no means seen Harvey act this manner before.

Harvey informed the child: “don’t phone the police on me” – however became warned that might take place if he persisted to act aggressively.

while he turned into wondered with the aid of police he advised them his ex-partner allowed him entry to the flat.

Harvey referred to as Lawrie on November 1. He stated: “Do you believe you studied you can treat me like a mug? You cellphone the police; I’ll get the prison – however while i am getting out you’re useless.”

Harvey became described as ‘a man possessed’ with the aid of the witnesses whilst he later attended Lawrie’s home on November 1.

PF Depute Bedford stated: “The accused lower back to the flat, smashed the window with a piece of wood and said ‘I’m coming in’.

“The complainer, Hamilton, grabbed a baseball bat and hit Harvey over the top with it. The bat cracked in two. The accused grabbed him, choked his neck, bit him and gauged his eyes.”

The financial depute advised the courtroom that Harvey congratulated his rival in the course of the fight pronouncing: “You’re doing well, the two people are going to die this night.”

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