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A man has been given an Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction (ASBI) for causing persistent problems for other people in Cheltenham Town Centre.
A District Judge found that the actions of Darren Lee Corbishley, 54 and of no fixed abode, included the threatened use of violence and that he presented a significant risk of harm to others.
Much of Corbishley's anti-social behaviour has taken place in the Fountain and Boots Corner area of Cheltenham, as well as within local businesses, where his behaviour has been directed at staff.
The injunction now in place until June 2024, has the following prohibitions:
Those who see Corbishley breaking the injunction are asked to report it to police, either by calling 101 or filling in the following online form: www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact/af/contact-us/contact-us-to-discuss-something-else/
Corbishley could be arrested if he commits any breach and may then face a prison sentence or fine.
The injunction was secured by Solace, a multi-agency team dedicated to combatting anti-social behaviour.
More information on their work can be found here:www.cheltenham.gov.uk/news/article/2103/solace_launches_to_tackle_anti-social_behaviour_across_cheltenham_and_gloucester
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