Koroit man, 35, charged again with breaching intervention order

​A KOROIT man previously jailed for running down his partner in a car has now been remanded in custody charged with numerous breaches of an intervention order.

The 35-year-old was previously jailed for three months in 2016 for reckless conduct endangering serious injury after running down the same woman while driving his car.

Back then the woman needed 20 stitches to a large leg laceration after she was flung onto the car’s bonnet.

The accused has been on bail charged with 13 offences of breaching an intervention order or persistently breaching the order.

But, new charges include a charge of breaking the order with the intent to cause harm or fear. 

It’s alleged that on May 29 the man followed his former partner while she drove, videoing her, while he was in his car with his new partner. 

He followed the woman for a considerable distance down Raglan Parade and into Gateway Road. 

The man made a self-represented bail application late on Tuesday in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court and was remanded in custody by magistrate Cynthia Toose until July 23.

In a separate case, a 37-year-old Warrnambool man is also in the Warrnambool police station cells after allegedly breaching bail.

It’s understood the man was failing to comply with bail obligations that he had to live in Koroit.

He was charged and remanded in custody overnight to appear in the Warrnambool court today for a bail/remand application.