A MAN who attacked a police officer has been back in court.

Jordan Boswell, of Old Spot Way in Winsford, has been fined after breaching a community order handed to him earlier this year.

As part of this, the 27-year-old was ordered to wear an alcohol monitoring tag, which he removed without permission to do so.

The order was handed to Boswell after an incident in May 2023, when two officers visited his home to discuss an unrelated matter.

Boswell called the officers “d*******s” and told them to “f*** off” before trying to push them off his property.

He then became even more aggressive, punching one officer in the face several times.

The officers were forced to use pepper spray on him and had to use a 'strategic blow' to his knee before they could arrest him. 

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In October, Boswell pleaded guilty to one count of assaulting an emergency worker and one of resisting a constable in the execution of his duty.  

In January, at Chester Magistrates Court, he was handed a 12-month community order.

The order stated he must complete up to 25 days of rehabilitation activity and pay £300 in compensation.

Boswell was also ordered to abstain from consuming alcohol for 90 days.

Having breached this direction in March, Boswell appeared back at Chester Magistrates Court on June 10 where he was fined £200 and made to pay costs of £100.

The community order will continue to be in effect.