An Ashmont man has been jailed for almost two years after a series of intimidation and assault offences on his ex-partner, which included threats to kill her.
Leroy Duncan John Johnson, 29, appeared in Wagga Local Court on Monday where he was jailed for 20 months for assaulting, intimidating and breaching apprehended violence orders.
He had pleaded guilty to the charges.
Police documents tendered to the court state that the offences all happened between October 4 and 19 in 2018 at Bourkelands against the one victim.
One incident involved Johnson turning up to the victim's premises while she was asleep before a physical altercation ensued, which left the victim with bleeding on one of her hands.
"The community is just thoroughly sick and tired of domestic violence matters," magistrate Christopher Halburd said.
"It simply won't be tolerated."
Johnson will be eligible for parole in October this year.
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