A man has been sentenced to six-and-a-half months in jail after committing a number of offences across Oxfordshire - including assault, theft and sexual assault.
42-year-old Darren Evans, of no fixed abode, had previously pleaded guilty to eight charges and was also found guilty of breaching a criminal behaviour order at Oxford Magistrates' Court on 25 October.
He then received his sentence at the same court on Wednesday 19 December for a varying number of incidents.
The first offence took place on 9 October when Evans stole alcohol and groceries from a shop in Bicester.
On 25 October he broke a CBO by entering a public house in the same town from which he was prohibited.
Six days later, Evans again stole alcohol and groceries from a Bicester store - and also assaulted a woman.
On 7 November in Bicester, he assaulted a police sergeant and police constable, caused a police constable harassment, alarm or distress, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, causing harassment, alarm or distress and also inappropriately touched a 15-year-old girl over her clothes.
Then the following day, a police constable was assaulted in Banbury.
One of the officers suffered a hand injury, but nobody else was hurt during the incidents.
Investigating officer PC Chris Guttridge, based at Bicester police station, said: “Evans is a violent and dangerous individual who clearly poses a danger to the public.
“Language used towards a Thames Valley Police officer was of a homophobic nature, hate crime is not tolerated.
“Incidents of this nature will always be fully investigated.”