Woman tries to kill her ex new girl with a hammer before attempting an Underwear theft

Woman tries to kill her ex new girl with a hammer before attempting an Underwear theft

A scorned woman broke into the Adelaide home of her ex-boyfriends new partner and hit her with a hammer 10 times before trying to choke her to death with a plastic bag, a court has heard.

Amy Kasehagen, 32, of Richmond, pleaded guilty to attempted murder and serious criminal trespass in the South Australian Supreme Court on Friday.

The Advertiser reported that Kasehagen lay and wait inside the Glenelg home of 28-year-old Bronson Hayter last April.

As soon as the woman arrived home and closed the door behind her, Kasehagaen launched a vicious attack, striking her with a hammer at least ten times, while trying to shove a plastic bag down her throat and choke her with a scarf.

However, Kasehagen was distracted when a telephone rang and Hayter used the opportunity to run for her life.

Kasehagen had filled a bag with Ms Hayter’s personal belongings, like underwear, pickles, honey and yellow plastic ducks.

She was attempting to leave when neighbours came to the rescue, pulling Kasehagen to the ground and putting her in a headlock fore ten minutes until police arrived.

The Advertiser reported that police located a locksmith tool kit as well as Google screen shots of the layout of Ms Hayter’s home.

During her victim impact statement on Friday Ms Hayter said she is still in shock and disbelief.

‘I have become very suspicious of anybody parking near my house,’ she said.

Hayter added: ‘Of all the places in the world, home is the one place where everyone should feel safe.’
The 28-year-old victim said in her victim impact statement that she was still suspicious of anyone parking near her Glenelg
The 28-year-old victim said in her victim impact statement that she was still suspicious of anyone parking near her Glenelg

Kasehagen’s lawyer Craig Caldicott said the attack was out of character considering she had been caring for her mother for the last seven years after she suffered from emphysema.

‘She has an unblemished history and suddenly finds herself in the Supreme Court on one of the most serious charges you can face,’ he said.
Kasehagen will be sentenced next month.

Source :Daily Mail

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s