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A Cheltenham man has been warned that he faces arrest after harassing political representatives in the town.
James Greenway, aged 45, has been handed an Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction as a result of his behaviour.
The injunction was granted by Gloucester and Cheltenham County Court earlier this month.
Greenway had been making threats to people in the town, including members of the Liberal Democrat party.
The Civil Injunction, which runs for a year until 10 May 2024, forbids Greenway from:
Greenway can be arrested if he breaches any part of the injunction.
Anyone who sees Greenaway breaching his injunction can report this by calling police on 101 or the Solace team on 01452 396396.
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