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Pregnant Attacker Jailed

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7:37am 24th February 2012

A Cornish mum who stamped on a man and stubbed a lit cigarette out on his head is waking up behind bars.

Catherine Jenking admitted attacking Daniel Morton in Redruth last year.

The 22 year old who now lives at Castle Street in Bodmin is pregnant with her second child.

She has been handed a one year prison sentence.

7:37am 24th February 2012

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