Man admits string of offences after police incident

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A man appeared in court charged with a string of offences after an incident which saw a huge police presence in Brislington.

Officers were called to reports of a domestic disturbance in Wick Road, Brislington, at around 9am on Tuesday, December 1, with an eyewitness reporting there were four police cars and two vans at the scene.

Around a dozen officers were also spotted in the area at 9.05am.

Avon and Somerset Police has now released an update on the incident, saying Jordan Gullick had been charged with a number of offences.

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The 26-year-old has been charged with affray, possessing an offensive weapon (a broken glass bottle) in public, assault by beating of an emergency worker and two counts of assaulting an emergency worker.

Gullick, of Portview Road, Avonmouth, appeared in Bristol Magistrates Court on Wednesday, December 2.

During the hearing, he entered a guilty plea to the offences and the case was sent to Bristol Crown Court for sentencing .

Gullick was kept in custody until the date of the next hearing on January 13.

In a statement, police said: “The charges follow an incident at Jubilee Court, Wick Road, on Tuesday, December 1.

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“He was released without charge and will face no further action in relation to other offences for which he was also arrested at the time.”

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