A man who attacked a girl with a hammer is due to be sentenced later.
James Hemming assaulted the seventeen year old at a house on Shearer Road in Portsmouth, leaving her with "life changing injuries".
The 29-year-old pleaded guilty to wounding with intent.
Police have released further CCTV images of a man they want to speak to following a suspected hammer attack on a teenage girl in Portsmouth.
The 17-year-old was attacked at a property in Shearer Road two weeks ago.
A £5000 reward has been offered for information that leads to the attacker's arrest and conviction.
This is the man wanted for questioning after an attack in which a 26-year-old was struck repeatedly with a hammer.
The victim was assaulted as he walked along Gillsmans Hill in St Leonards just before 5pm on 24 March by a man who jumped out of bushes.
The attacker was white, about 40 and over six foot tall with untidy brown hair.
He was slim with hunched over shoulders and had very drawn cheeks. He walked with a distinctive stagger.
Margate man’s sentence increased to 19 years for homophobic hammer attack on flatmate.
The Court of Appeal has increased Joseph Williams’ 14 year sentence to 19 years for trying to murder his gay flatmate Connor Huntley in a hammer attack while he slept.
Connor Huntley, who was 18 at the time of the attack, was hit on the head with the hammer, suffered severe injuries and will never again be able to live totally independently.
He was found on an inflatable bed with a duvet covering most of his body. A claw hammer was embedded in his skull and there was blood on the pillow, the floor and up the door. The hammer caused a depressed skull fracture and a traumatic brain injury. He suffered a brain clot and underwent surgery to remove bone fragments embedded within his brain. Doctors had to remove part of his skull during the operation.
In September this year, Joseph Williams of Margate, Kent was convicted of attempted murder after his trial at the Old Bailey and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment combined with a hospital direction under s.45A of the Mental Health Act 1983 and with restrictions for an unlimited period of time under s41 of the Mental Health Act 1983.
Two men who left their victim with a fractured skull following an an argument in Maidstone have been jailed.
Trenton Musgrave and Liam Quinnell were found not guilty of attempting to murder the 35 year-old victim, but were found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
Musgrave was jailed for 13 years, and Quinnell was jailed for 12 years.
In the early hours of 15th June, 30 year-old Trenton Musgrave, of Melville Road in Maidstone, and 27 year-old Liam Quinnell, of Bicknor Road, had been asked to leave a party in Boxley Road, Maidstone, following an altercation.
A short while later police received a number of 999 calls reporting that a man had been struck with a hammer and kicked in the head in Boxley Road.
The force of the blows led to the victim sustaining a fractured skull and he was rushed to Kings College Hospital in London.
Two men who left their victim with a fractured skull following a fight in Maidstone have been jailed for a total of 25 years.
Trenton Musgrave and Liam Quinnell were convicted by a jury following a trial at Maidstone Crown Court.
They were found not guilty of attempting to murder the 35 year-old victim, but were found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. Musgrave was jailed for 13 years, and Quinnell was jailed for 12 years.