He has already pleaded not guilty to the two assaults, which are alleged to have taken place in Chippenham on April 20 and 21.
He was remanded in custody pending a bail hearing.
WILTSHIRE: Gareth Larmour, 36, of West Parade, Warminster, was charged with breaching a bail condition by contacting a woman in Warminster on May 6 – in breach of bail conditions granted by Yeovil magistrates in April.
He admitted the breach and was granted bail. He was prevented from going to a street in Frome.
WALCOT: Wezley McGregor, 32, of Drakes Way, admitted breaching the terms of his post-sentence supervision.
He was not receiving visits from his probation officer, attend an appointment or host a home visit.
He was jailed for seven days.
WILTSHIRE: Wiltshire Police applied for a three-month closure order on a house in Portway Lane, Warminster. The application was granted.
WILTSHIRE: Melksham man Ryan Peck, 24, of King Street, was jailed for six weeks after he pleaded guilty to two assaults and a threat to damage property of one of his victims.
One of the offences was committed on January 4 and the others on May 3. He must pay £100 compensation.
SWINDON: Julian Johnson, 37, of Effra Road, London, pleaded not guilty to taking a Mini Cooper without lawful authority.
He was remanded in custody until June 4, when a trial date will be fixed.
SWINDON: Charges against Daniel Stevens, 20, of Parklands, Malmesbury, were withdrawn at the request of the police. He had been due to face a charge of driving a Honda moped carelessly on Curtis Street on September 2 last year.
WILTSHIRE: George Baker, 34, of Bemerton Heath, Salisbury, admitted assaulting a woman by beating on May 10.
He was bailed for a case management hearing on June 22. Under his bail conditions he is not allowed to enter Jubilee Close, Salisbury.
WILTSHIRE: Thomas Hughes, 38, of Williams Drive, Braintree, admitted breaching bail conditions ordered by Surrey Magistrates’ Court after he was arrested in Salisbury on May 10. He was re-granted bail and ordered to appear before Surrey magistrates on June 5.
WILTSHIRE: Elliott Ozteoman, 38, of Rolleston Street, Salisbury, pleaded guilty to breaching the terms of a restraining order banning him from going to a house on the Queensway, Melksham. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £34 victim surcharge.