An arrest has been made following a Plea and Case Management Hearing in connection with the Jayden Parkinson murder investigation.
The hearing was held at Oxford Crown Court on Monday.
During the hearing alleged threats were made against someone in the public gallery at court.
Following the hearing, a further alleged public order offence in connection with the earlier incident at court occurred in Craven Way, Didcot, later that evening.
Today a 23-year-old man from Didcot has been arrested on suspicion of committing a public order offence.
The 23-year-old man is currently in police custody.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of voyeurism after a spy camera was allegedly found in a women's changing rooms in an Oxfordshire police station.
Police say they have interviewed a 32-year-old man after the find in the changing rooms at Abingdon police station.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said the force could not comment further on the investigation which was still in its early stages.
The force declined to release further details about the type of material seized.
Three men have been arrested in Portsmouth after an incident in Landport on Thursday night.
A 47 year old man and a 48 year old man were released without charge.
A 35-year-old man from Southsea has been charged with assault and will appear at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court on Friday, July 19.
A 21-year-old man is being questioned on suspicion of murder after a 40-year-old man was found stabbed to death in his own home. Police were called to Norfolk Square, Brighton on Sunday evening. Paramedics treated the man but he later died.
Kent Police say they believe that a shotgun was used in an attack on two men in Gillingham on Friday. Officers were called to a carwash on Railway Street soon after midday. Four people have so far been arrested but police are looking for two more, as well as the gun that was used.
The two men who were injured, aged 26 and 34, were both seriously hurt but have now been released from hospital. Assistant Chief Constable of Central Operations, Andy Adams, says the public shouldn't be alarmed about the attack.