A MAN who was banned from Bournemouth town centre has been jailed yet again... after he was found in Bournemouth town centre.

Mark Sillick, who is of no fixed abode, was first ordered to comply with a criminal behaviour order barring him from the area on September 20 last year.

He was handed the sentence for offences of theft and assault. The order also banned him from using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour within the borough, threatening or using violence, or being in possession of drugs or any open container of alcohol.

However, the day after the order was made, he was arrested in Commercial Road. He was also abusive towards offices.

The 39-year-old was subsequently sentence to 24 weeks in prison, and released on licence on Christmas Eve.

But on Thursday, January 2, an officer from Bournemouth's neighbourhood policing team found Sillick at an address in the town centre.

He was arrested again for breaching the order.

As well as receiving a two-week jail term for the latest breach, Sillick was also recalled to serve the remainder of his licence period for the previous breach offences.

PC Stuart Grant, of Bournemouth South police, said: “Mark Sillick has breached his criminal behaviour order on a number of occasions now and I hope this case demonstrates that we will continue to take action against those who fail to comply with the requirements of these kinds of orders to help protect our local communities.”