A man from Aylesbury has been given an anti-social behaviour civil injunction following a spate of incidents that happened in the town this year.

Lee Trotman, 44, of Primrose Court, was given the injunction at Milton Keynes County Court on Wednesday, November 11, which will last for two years.

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The incidents occurred between May and October this year.

The following conditions of the civil injunction mean that Trotman:

• Must not remain on any land or premises having been asked to leave by the owner or occupier (or by the servant or agent of the owner or occupier).

• Must not use any threatening or abusive language towards any person, including police officers and employees of the council.

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• Must not enter Aylesbury town centre as defined by the ring road on the map display, Oxford Road, Friarage Road, New Street, Upper Hundreds and Exchange Street, except for attending the bus station via Friarage Road for the purpose of visiting his mother.

• Must not display any aggressive, violent or disorderly behaviour to any person or property.

• Must not fail to obey reasonable directions given by a police officer or PCSO or employee of the council.

• Must not be in possession of an open vessel of an alcoholic beverage in a public place.

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PC Glen Crosland, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “This is a great result and a great example of teamwork within the police working together to get this injunction into place to help tackle anti-social behaviour in the town centre.

“Trotman’s behaviour has been ongoing for a number of years culminating in incidents between May and October this year, and it has been a very frustrating issue to deal with.

“I hope that this action sends a message to others who think that they can cause disruption and misery to people going about their day-to-day business, that such behaviour will not be tolerated.”