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Trevor Rosendale avoids more jail after Mount Pleasant hammer attack | The Courier

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A man who led a hammer attack on a former housemate has avoided more jail time. Trevor Rosendale faced the Ballarat Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, and pleaded guilty to charges of affray, threats to kill, property damage to units and a car, and breaching several court orders. The court was told Rosendale used to live with one of the victims in Maryborough, but the relationship deteriorated, with unsubstantiated accusations of sexual assault on a minor. In August 2020, Rosendale’s partner received text messages from one of the victims, and the following day Rosendale and a co-accused went to the victims’ Mount Pleasant units, carrying a claw hammer and a baseball bat respectively. Rosendale called out to the unit…



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