Restraining order for man who abused his former partner nine days after being handed a non-molestation order

A DELIVERY driver has been made the subject of a three-year restraining order after he breached a previous ruling by Halifax County Court.

Just nine days after the county court imposed a non-molestation order on 43-year-old Barry Rose he assaulted his former partner Lisa Rose and her mother Sylvia Hume.

Rose, of Hoults Lane, Greetland, pleaded guilty to two allegations of common assault and one of breaching the non-molestation order relating to the incident on March 13 this year.

Rose appeared before Judge Roger Ibbotson at Bradford Crown Court and was sentenced to a 20-week prison term suspended for two years.

Rose will also have to do 80 hours unpaid work for the community and pay £300 costs.

The restraining order means he is prohibited from using or threatening unlawful violence towards his former partner.