A Bucks offender breached a criminal order when he threatened to kill several police officers.

Tyrone Jonsyn, aged 28, of Hilton Avenue in Aylesbury, told three officers in the town that he would kill them "if they touch me" on May 24.

At the time he made the threats, Jonsyn was subject to a criminal behaviour order which prohibited him from acting in such a way.

At a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on May 26, Jonsyn admitted to breaching the order.

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Following his guilty plea, the justices fined Jonsyn £120 and ordered him to pay £119 in court costs.

This offence was not Jonsyn's only recent brush with the law - he had been brought before the same court two weeks earlier charged with another offence.

At a hearing on May 16, Jonsyn pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to comply with the requirements of post-custodial supervision when he failed to keep in contact with an officer following a release from prison.

For this offence, Jonsyn was fined £40 and ordered to pay £60 costs.