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Tobin's co-accused Kimberley Brunton pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man on the same date by repeatedly punching him on the head.
The 23-year-old had also repeatedly thrown a traffic cone and a shopping trolley against a gate at the railway station while trying to force entry to the premises and repeatedly kicked a car park barrier before climbing over a fence.
The Repeatedly Flooded Communities Preparation Act provides the first step towards breaking the costly cycle of repeated flooding and rebuilding by providing communities with more tools to take proactive steps to reduce flood risk.
They held her down, repeatedly kicked and stamped on her head and punched her.
He repeatedly struck his victim on the head and restrained him when he tried to flee, the court heard.
The order came after an application by the Lagos state ministry of justice to the court on allegations that Coker had repeatedly failed to honour court summons.
Having repeatedly stated his discontent with the United States' role in world trade, U.S.
LAHORE -- A raid conducted by media along with FIA officials led to the arrest of for repeatedly raping a girl and blackmailing her through an objectionable video.
COURT REPORTER A violent yob who attacked two Coatbridge cops and "repeatedly kicked" a police car will have to carry out unpaid work.
A MAN has been left in a critical condition after being repeatedly punched in the head during a savage pub brawl.
PESHAWAR -- At least two cases of teenaged girls being repeatedly raped by their close relatives, over multiple months, in separate incidents in the province which came to light on Thursday.
TWO thugs who repeatedly stamped on a man's face as he lay unconscious during a homophobic attack have been jailed.