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Court hears Ballycastle incident involved ‘use of a weapon’

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A man has admitted assaulting his former partner during incidents in Ballycastle which involved the “use of a weapon,” Coleraine Magistrates Court was told on Friday.
Jason Turner (30), whose address was given as Allen Park in Donemana in County Tyrone, pleaded guilty to a charge of common assault relating to August 19 last year.

The case was adjourned to May 24 for a pre-sentence report to be prepared.

A previous court heard the victim said she was struck with an iron bar and after being brought home by people she knew she heard the sound of breaking glass at her house.

The court heard the victim had received injuries to her face and leg and went to the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine but left before seeing a doctor.

Turner had been located sleeping in a car at Hillside Road, Ballycastle, at 4.47am.

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