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A man has appeared in court accused of breaching an anti-social behaviour injunction (ASBI) just 24 hours after being served with it.
Barry Glue, aged 32 and of Hazleton Close, Gloucester, was arrested on Sunday (28 August) for aggressive and threatening behaviour.
Glue had been served an interim civil injunction order on Saturday (27 August).
It followed two months of anti-social behaviour by him, including shouting, making threats to kill and acting aggressively towards the police and members of the public.
The case was brought against Glue by Cheltenham Solace, a joint team of officers from Gloucestershire Constabulary, Cheltenham Borough Council and Gloucester City Council.
The order, imposed by the courts, forbids Glue from:
The order will run until 26 August 2023.
Glue was released on bail to return to Gloucestershire County Court on 14 September.
Anyone witnessing Glue breaching his ASBI is asked to contact police on 101 or 999 if the crime is in progress.