Kingston upon Hull: Luke Hodgson

#TheList Luke Hodgson, born c. 1996, and as at November 2019 of Nicholson Street, Hull HU5 1EY – suffocated a dog to death in campaign of domestic violence

Dog killer Luke Hodgson originally from Manchester and now West Hull has multiple convictions for violence against women and others
Dog killer Luke Hodgson originally from Manchester and more recently West Hull has multiple convictions for violence against women and others, including an emergency worker.

Luke Hodgson, previously of Berkshire Street, east Hull, was sent to prison after he suffocated the terrier and assaulted a woman.

Hodgson was also found guilty of assault after beating a woman and grabbing her by the throat.

Magistrates said the offence was so serious because it involved the “death of [an] animal and fear of serious injury to complainant”.

Dog killer Luke Hodgson originally from Manchester and now West Hull has multiple convictions for violence against women and others
Luke Hodgson

Hodgson, who is originally from Radcliffe in Bury, Greater Manchester, has previous convictions for threatening with a bladed article, violence, a racially aggravated public order offence and having an imitation firearm.

A restraining order was issued preventing Hodgson from contacting the woman until October 15, 2020.

Sentencing: jailed for 12 weeks. Ordered to pay £115 surcharge. Banned from keeping animals for ten years.

HullLive

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November 2019 update: Hodgson has been jailed again, this time for 12 months, after admitting three common assaults, possession of a bladed article, and assaulting an emergency worker. Hodgson’s lawyer told the court that his client had “a background of underlying mental health problems”.

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