A man was fined for breaching a community order after police were called to a disturbance in an Oxford street.

Thames Valley Police officers rushed to a disturbance at an address on Lawrence Road at around 6.30pm last Wednesday (July 12).

George Gheoldum, 31, from Tawney Street, was fined £461 and told to pay £60 in costs at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (July 13).

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Oxford Mail: Police van at the scenePolice van at the scene (Image: Newsquest)

A police van was initially spotted at the scene by an eyewitness at 6.48pm and this was later joined by a police car at around 6.54pm.

Mr Gheoldum was arrested at the address as he was wanted for breaching a community order.

Multiple Thames Valley Police officers were spotted going into the house's garden at the time of the incident.

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