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COURT: Inverness man who subjected his partner to four days of domestic abuse will be sentenced next month at Inverness Sheriff Court


By Ali Morrison

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An Inverness man who subjected his partner to four days of domestic abuse will be sentenced next month.

Arkadiusz Bojda appeared at Inverness Sheriff Court and admitted the course of conduct committed between June 29 and July 2.

The 36-year-old pleaded guilty to a series of incidents over the period in their home in Dell Road, Inverness.

Sheriff Ian Cruickshank deferred sentence for a background report until October 7.

The court heard that Bojda took the woman’s phone, searched its contents and uttered derogatory remarks to her.

He then seized her by the hair and dragged her from her bed, took her mobile phone and make-up and hid it from her so she could not contact her friends, family or conduct her business.

In addition, the charge stated that Bojda then pretended to be her, sent messages and emails to her contacts, and sent a letter of resignation to her employer.

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