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Man banned from 60+ Cheltenham businesses

A man from Cheltenham has been dealt an anti-social behaviour injunction order banning him from entering 62 businesses in the town.

On November 13 2018, the Gloucester and Cheltenham County Court handed the one-year-long order to Danny O'Loughlin of Waterloo Street.

The ban prevents him from entering 62 Cheltenham Daysafe/Nightsafe premises as well as engaging in conduct which causes or is capable of causing alarm, harassment or distress to any person within the town of Cheltenham

The injunction also prevents him from using or threatening to use violence against any person within the town of Cheltenham.

A breach of the above terms could lead to a maximum of two years in prison.

Gloucestershire Constabulary sought the injunction following a string of incidents by O'Loughlin.

Evidence given to the court showed that he had behaved violently and anti-socially towards members of the public in Cheltenham on a number of occasions.

The injunction which was supported by partner agencies Cheltenham Solace and Cheltenham Daysafe/Nightsafe aims to protect the community of Cheltenham. The injunction expires at 4pm on 13 November 2019.

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