Police have asked the public to help them find a wanted man from Peacehaven with a history of violent offending.
Tre John Bunby, 25, may be in the Brighton, Peacehaven or Seaford areas, according to Sussex Police.
The force said: “Police are searching for Tre John Bunby, who is wanted for breaching his bail conditions in relation to a domestic incident.
“The 25-year-old has been charged with breaching a non-molestation order in Brighton on (Thursday) 24 January.
“He was bailed until (Wednesday) 13 March with conditions not to contact the complainant. However, he has since breached these conditions.
“Bunby, a barber, of Hoddern Avenue, Peacehaven, is believed to be in the Brighton, Seaford or Peacehaven areas.
“If you see him or know where he is, please report it online or call 101 – or 999 in an emergency.
“Alternatively, you can visit the Crimestoppers website or contact the independent charity anonymously on 0800 555111.”
Bunby, formerly of South Coast Road, Peacehaven, was given a prison sentence of 23 weeks suspended for two years on Tuesday 8 January at Brighton Magistrates’ Court.
He admitted three counts of beating up a woman and assaulting PC Robert Gregory last autumn.
The magistrates said that the offences were so serious and violent that they merited a prison sentence and they were not his first offences.
They also served a restraining order and told Bunby to attend up to 30 days of “rehabilitation activity”.
He was ordered to pay £500 compensation to the woman and £100 to the police officer.
He was jailed for 12 weeks earlier in the year – last April – for a violent attack on another woman.
The court was told then that he had previous convictions for violence.