CORSHAM: A Rudloe man has been bailed after he pleaded not guilty to three charges when he appeared before Swindon magistrates. Antonio Ciriello, of Ashwood Road, denies causing damage to a car on July 4 and two offences of breaching a restraining order, on July 4 and 5, by shouting abusive words at his neighbours. 84-year-old Ciriello was bailed until August 22, on condition he does not contact three named people or linger in the front garden of his home.

DEVIZES: A man who pleaded not guilty to assaulting a woman has been given bail by magistrates until his trial on condition he does not contact her or go to New Park Street, Devizes. Jonathan Michael Cox, 28, of Longclose Avenue, Rudloe, was bailed until his trial date on August 1.

MELKSHAM: A couple who pleaded guilty to assaulting a man have been bailed by magistrates to allow pre-sentence reports to be prepared. Kris Patrick George Cooper, 35, and Ilysha Lyndsey Joyce De Freitas, 29, both of Bath Road, were bailed until August 5 to appear before Swindon magistrates. Cooper had initially denied the charge but changed his plea to guilty at the court appearance.

MALMESBURY: A man who admitted breaking the 20mph speed limit on a Bath road has been fined £51 and has his licence endorsed with three penalty points. Stephen Maurice Paignton, 63, of Arches Lane, Malmesbury, was driving on Lansdown Lane in Bath when the offence was committed on September 25 last year.

TROWBRIDGE: A shoplifter who admitted thefts from three different stores in Trowbridge earlier this year has been given bail while pre-sentence reports are being prepared and for her to attend court. Melanie Jane Shawcross, 40, of Roundstone Street, indicated guilty pleas to Swindon magistrates to charges of stealing four packs of meat worth £16 from Tesco in March, items worth £276.89 from Marks & Spencer in January and a £99 baby monitor from Boots, also in January.

STANTON ST QUINTON: A man who admitted breaching a restraining order when he made phone calls to another man has been given a community order requiring him to carry out 55 hours of unpaid work by magistrates. pleased guilty to making James Richard Stinchcombe, of Kington Lane, pleaded guilty to breaching the order when he appeared before Salisbury magistrates. As well as the order he was issued with a one-year restraining order prohibiting him from directly contacting Kevin or Joanne Stinchcombe or from entering Lakeside Park, Kington Lane or Stanton Lane, Stanton St Quinton.

MELKSHAM: A man who admitted driving without due care and attention and failing to stop after an accident on Bath Road on December 20 last year which damaged another vehicle has been fined £400. Thomas Henry Brown, 45, of Walcot Street, Bath, also had his licence endorsed with six penalty points.

CHIPPENHAM: Carrying an axe in a public place in Chippenham cost a local man £200 when he appeared before magistrates. Christopher Griggs, 43, of Longstone Road, pleaded guilty to carry the bladed weapon in Easton Lane, Chippenham on May 9. Magistrates also ordered the axe to be confiscated.

MARLBOROUGH: A man stopped while drink-driving on the A4 in Fyfield on June 21 has been fined £200 and lost his licence for 17 months. Mitchell Andrew Linnett, 26, of The Westerings, Great Baddow, Chelmesford, Essex, pleaded guilty to the offence.

CHIPPENHAM: Being caught in possession of 12g of cannabis in the town cost a 34-year-old man a £50 fine when he appeared before magistrates. Aaron Lee Wright, who gave the court his address as c/o a house on Wessex Road, Chippenham, pleaded guilty to the offence on May 9. He was also fined a further £50 as the offence came just eight days before a suspended prison sentence imposed in 2017 for criminal damage and assault was due to expire.

CORSHAM: A 41-year-old woman who pleaded guilty to drink driving has been fined £375 and banned from driving for 17 months. Emma Louise Wootton, of Ivy Field, pleaded guilty to driving on Woodrow Road, Melksham on January 26 with a blood alcohol reading of 142 when the legal limit is 80.

WARMINSTER: A man who admitted stealing six spice racks from the B&M store in Warminster on December 14 last year has been ordered to pay compensation to the shop of £20. Michael Chant, 34, of Fairey Crescent, Gillingham, Dorset, pleased guilty when he appeared before magistrates in Swindon.

CHIPPENHAM: A woman who made repeated false 999 calls over three days in May has been given a criminal behaviour order prohibiting her from contacting the emergency services unless it is a genuine emergency. Katie Sarah Lanman, 52, of Allington Way, Chippenham pleased guilty to breaching a community protection order already given to her when she made the calls between May 20-22 this year.