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Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 45, (photo) must spend at least two and a half years in prison for dangerous driving resulting in death and fail to provide assistance to his girlfriend Alicia Maree Little, 41

& # 39; There will be a lot of drama in the next 24 hours & # 39 ;: hair-raising final text of fiancee before her violent partner brought her down with his car just weeks after the introduction

  • Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 45, has been imprisoned for dangerous driving
  • He lost his girlfriend Alicia Maree Little, 41, fatal in December 2017
  • Mrs. Little had an alleged abuse relationship with Mr. Evans
  • The day before her death, she sent a text message to her mother stating that she was leaving him
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A man who is fatal to his fiancé with his car in the center of Victoria has been detained for four years.

Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 45, must spend at least two and a half years in prison for dangerous driving resulting in death and fail to provide assistance to his girlfriend Alicia Maree Little, 41.

Evans, from Kyneton, in Victoria, had reportedly had an abuse relationship with Mrs. Little four years before she died in December 2017.

Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 45, (photo) must spend at least two and a half years in prison for dangerous driving resulting in death and fail to provide assistance to his girlfriend Alicia Maree Little, 41

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Charles McKenzie Ross Evans, 45, (photo) must spend at least two and a half years in prison for dangerous driving resulting in death and fail to provide assistance to his girlfriend Alicia Maree Little, 41

Alicia Little's sister, Lauren Little (photo) is seen outside the Victoria Supreme Court on Tuesday

Alicia Little's sister, Lauren Little (photo) is seen outside the Victoria Supreme Court on Tuesday

Alicia Little's sister, Lauren Little (photo) is seen outside the Victoria Supreme Court on Tuesday

Alicia Little's family and supporters were seen out of court after her partner mowed her with his car

Alicia Little's family and supporters were seen out of court after her partner mowed her with his car

Alicia Little's family and supporters were seen out of court after her partner mowed her with his car

& # 39; Your actions caused the death of Mrs. Little. Mrs. Little has been crushed between the water tank and your car tires, & Supreme Court Justice Lesley Taylor said Tuesday.

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her.

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In the 24 hours before her death, Little Little sent a text message to her mother saying she broke up with Evans.

Evans, from Kyneton, in Victoria, reportedly had an abusive relationship with Mrs. Little four years before she died in December 2017

Evans, from Kyneton, in Victoria, reportedly had an abusive relationship with Mrs. Little four years before she died in December 2017

Evans, from Kyneton, in Victoria, reportedly had an abusive relationship with Mrs. Little four years before she died in December 2017

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her

The court had previously heard how Mrs. Little had called the police and begged for help before the car hit her

The next day Evans plowed her into his car. He had only suggested weeks earlier
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The next day Evans plowed her into his car. He had only suggested weeks earlier

The next day Evans plowed her into his car. He had only suggested weeks earlier

& # 39; A lot of drama is coming in the next 24 hours & # 39 ;, she wrote.

The next day Evans plowed her into his car. He had only suggested weeks earlier.

The dead woman's family called & enjoy your vacation & # 39; from the public gallery when Evans was led away to start his prison sentence.

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Her destroyed mother & # 39; could not stop sobbing & # 39; during the last court hearing.

The family wore white and purple ribbons to increase awareness of family violence.

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The dead woman's family shouted & # 39; enjoy your vacation & # 39; from the public gallery while Evans was led away to start his prison sentence

The dead woman's family shouted & # 39; enjoy your vacation & # 39; from the public gallery while Evans was led away to start his prison sentence

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The dead woman's family shouted & # 39; enjoy your vacation & # 39; from the public gallery while Evans was led away to start his prison sentence

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