Hall Green man jailed after attack on partner - The Solihull Observer

Hall Green man jailed after attack on partner

Solihull Editorial 4th Dec, 2023   0

A VIOLENT Hall Green bully who attacked his partner and repeatedly stabbed her in the head leaving her with life threatening injuries has been jailed.

Reiss Larvin of Mapleton Road left his victim with a fractured skull and spine after he stabbed, kicked and punched her at their home.

Officers found blood and clumps of hair were found as well as a knife covered in blood.

Witnesses who heard Larvin shout ‘I am going to murder somebody’ as he inflicted violence on the woman, called 999.

West Midlands Police said following the attack the woman managed to escape and hide in some bushes until police arrived at the scene after witnesses called 999.




The force said the woman was taken to hospital where she remained for weeks, recovering.

A week later, Larvin was detained at an address in Bedford.


The 32-year-old pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court to causing grievous bodily harm with intent and was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Detective Chief Inspector Dave Keen from the Public Protection Unit, said: “We welcome the conviction of Larvin and commend the bravery and strength of the young woman.

“Larvin is an extremely violent man and fled the region in an attempt to avoid justice.

“I hope this sentence gives the young woman some peace as she recovers from her injuries.”

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