A Calne man faces court accused of assaulting a police officer and four other charges.

Wayne Vincent, 47, of Chaveywell Court, Calne, has been remanded on bail after pleading guilty to beating a man in Calne.

Vincent also pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a community protection notice and two charges of threatening behaviour.

He also stands charged with an assault on a police officer in Melksham.

On October 11, Vincent used threatening words or behaviour towards Mark Buckle in Calne. 

Then, while under a community protection notice which required Vincent 'not to use or incite violence against any person in the entirety of Calne,' Vincent assaulted Mark Buckle on December 11.

On the same day he used threatening words or behaviour towards Local Crime Investigator Jobbins in Melksham and is accused of assaulting Police Sargeant Robbins.

Vincent was remanded by Salisbury magistrates until January 31 for a pre-sentence probation report to be prepared.

Conditions of bail include that he attends a probation appointment and live and sleep each night at his home address in Chaveywell Court.