Denise Welch 'terrified' she'd be burnt alive as stalker set fire to home in horror ordeal


When officers searched his home, they found binoculars and covert camera equipment.

He admitted to charges of criminal damage, arson, knife possession, stalking, and causing serious alarm or distress between September 18th 2020 and February 1st 2021.

He subsequently attempted to change his plea, arguing that he had been pressured into confessing to a crime he hadn’t committed.

This claim was rejected, although his lawyer Louise Cowen argued that he had been suffering from bipolar disorder and had been off his medication at the time of the crimes.

After his arrest, Denise revealed to The Sun: “My fear, my trauma, became anger at this point. This man tried to destroy my wonderful life. I’m just so grateful he is now behind bars.”



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