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Stanthorpe man accused of breaching DVO 18 times

A 38-YEAR-old Stanthorpe man has been arrested and charged with breaching a Domestic Violence Order 18 times.

The man was arrested on Thursday after police searched a College Rd property, seizing mobile phones.

He has also been charged one count of assault.

The man was also involved in an alleged serious assault of two Stanthorpe police officers during a domestic disturbance in July.

Police have objected to the man's bail.

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