A Howlong man with a history of domestic violence against his partner has been at it again.
Mitchell Ryan Crowe had denied charges related to his latest attack on the woman.
The allegations against the 27-year-old were set to be tested at a hearing in Albury Local Court on Thursday.
But Crowe, who the court was told constantly evaded police, failed to turn up.
Crowe also had a new set of charges before the court for mention, ones that resulted from his initial arrest for the assault.
Magistrate Rodney Brender issued arrest warrants for both sets of charges and convicted Crowe in his absence.
Prosecutor Sergeant Shannon Lewis said a warrant and conviction was appropriate for the mention matters as Crowe was on bail.
Crowe had pleaded not guilty to charges of destroy or damage property, domestic violence-related common assault and contravene an apprehended violence order in relation to the attack on his partner at her Lavington home on May 27, in the presence of her eight-year-old daughter.
“There is a significant history of domestic violence offences against the same victim, however, she is an unwilling witness,” police said.
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