A Geraldton man who assaulted his partner while she was pregnant, and later with her newborn daughter present, has been spared jail. Steven Daniel James Cameron appeared in Geraldton Magistrates Court on Thursday for sentencing on 15 charges including six counts of common assault in circumstances of aggravation and one count of endangering the life, health or safety of a person. Police prosecutor Sgt Beau Jones said Cameron got into an argument with the victim, who was 13 weeks pregnant, on March 14, 2021, in Spalding. The court was told the man picked up a metal outdoor chair and threw it towards the victim, who was standing behind a glass window. The window shattered, causing the victim to be showered with glass and she suffered small cuts on her finger. The victim required medical attention and went to hospital to check on her unborn child. Cameron committed further offences against the same victim on December 7, 2021. Sgt Jones said Cameron grabbed the victim by the back of her neck and pulled her hair. The man escorted her outside and told her to walk away, Sgt Jones said, and as she began walking away, Cameron grabbed her and forced her back inside the house. That same day, the victim was bathing her daughter when Cameron kicked the door, hitting the woman in the back. Cameron told her to stop and return to the bedroom, before slapping and punching her. Defence lawyer Xavier Sellathambu said Cameron had recently been diagnosed with several neurological and cognitive disabilities including language impairment and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. The court was told his grandmother, who was his primary caregiver, died when he was 13 years old, and he had spent significant time in Banksia Hill Detention Centre. Magistrate Angus Hockton sentenced Cameron to 10 months imprisonment, but suspended the sentence for 15 months. He will be required to complete programs and has also been labelled a serial family violence offender.