A man has been jailed for eleven years and nine months after throwing petrol bombs at an address in Southampton.
The incident happened at an address on Millbrook Road on 11 September 2020.
As a result, the front garden was set alight and damage was caused to the front door and window.
Pankewycz was arrested later in the same day. A subsequent search of his address and vehicle found the same lager bottles, lighter fluid, and half full petrol can.
In mid-July 2020, he left himself into her flat without permission. He also sent her multiple text messages, including photos of her.
The court were also told that on 24 July 2020, he again turned up at her flat without invitation and refused to leave for around three hours.
Pankewycz was arrested for these offences and bailed with conditions not to contact the victim. He breached these conditions on 28 August 2020 by again turning up at her address.
He was charged with arson with intent to endanger life and stalking.
He was yesterday, Friday 31 April, jailed for eleven years and nine months. He will serve five years on licence.
Pankewycz was also jailed for six months for stalking, to run concurrently.