A man has had his restraining order extended by five years by an Oxford court.

Shane Wrenn, of Lynher Close in Aylesbury, appeared at Oxford Magistrates' Court on May 4.

His appearance in court was related to a restraining order which was made on May 18 2020.

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The order was extended by five years and documents from the court stated the extension was ‘on the grounds that it would further protect the protected person’.

The restraining order will now last until May 17 2027.  

A restraining order is a temporary court order issued to prohibit an individual from carrying out a particular action, especially approaching or contacting a specified person.


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This story was written by Sophie Perry, she joined the team in 2021 as a digital reporter.

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