The following people have appeared in court in Wiltshire for everything from theft to racial harassment.

WILTSHIRE: Braydon Moore, 23, of Haven Court, Salisbury, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated harassment. He was fined £16, ordered to pay £50 compensation and a £32 victim surcharge.

WILTSHIRE: Vilikesa Tubitamana, 39, of Anson Avenue, Upavon, admitted damaging a mobile phone in Upavon on October 25.

He was given a 12 month conditional discharge. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £21 victim surcharge.

SWINDON: A district judge made Issaka Saeed, 48, of Grantham Close, Freshbrook, subject to a domestic violence protection order. It will last for 28 days and prevents him from going back to his home address or evicting a person named on the order.

SWINDON: Neil Bambrick, 38, of Kingswood Avenue, admitted shoplifting from Asda and assaulting two security guards. He was jailed for 18 weeks and ordered to pay £150 compensation.

WILTSHIRE: Helder Catarino, 29, of no fixed address, denied burgling a house in Harnham Road, Salisbury, and possession of a Stanley lock knife. He has also been charged with being drunk and disorderly in the Old George Mall, Salisbury, on March 9.

His case was adjourned to June 25 at Salisbury magistrates’ court.

WILTSHIRE: Damian Chorley, 35, of Longhenge Close, Old Sarum, pleaded guilty to damaging a window belonging to Salisbury City Council. He was fined £60, must pay £50 compensation and a £34 victim surcharge.

WILTSHIRE: Sarah Davis, 50, of Carpenter Close, Chippenham, pleaded guilty to breaking the terms of a community prevention notice by causing distress to a neighbour. She also admitted using disorderly behaviour and damaging a Wiltshire Police practice book worth £17.

She was sentenced to a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £50 compensation to the police.

SWINDON: Martin Morgan, 35, of Whitworth Road, was sentenced to six weeks imprisonment suspended for a year and a half after he admitted stealing £64-worth of goods from the Co-op on May 13. He was given a drug rehabilitation requirement and must pay a £128 victim surcharge.

SWINDON: George Mullard, 23, of Stockwood Road, Chippenham, has been charged with burgling a house in Avonmead, Haydon Wick, on September 13 last year. He entered no pleas and was remanded in custody to appear before Swindon Crown Court on June 5 for a plea and trial preparation hearing.

SWINDON: Mark Thirkettle, 47, of Staverton Way, Penhill, admitted stealing groceries and alcohol from the Co-op on May 13 and assaulting a security guard.

He was jailed for 12 weeks and must pay £100 compensation to the store worker.

SWINDON: Connor Carter, 19, of Pasteur Drive, admitted assaulting two women, including his own mother, damaging a microwave and breaching a conditional discharge. He was said to have grabbed the woman’s throat and punched her to the face.

He was sentenced to 16 weeks’ detention in a young offenders’ institution. He must pay £50 compensation for the damage to the microwave oven.

WILTSHIRE: Stephen Harrison, 36, of Barrington Road, Salisbury, denies stalking a woman in Salisbury between May 11 and 13. The particulars of the charge are that he stood outside the woman’s home while looking in. He was bailed for a case management hearing on June 26 at Salisbury magistrates’ court.

WILTSHIRE: Michael Miles, 38, of Moyle Park, Hilperton, admitted breaching a non-molestation order by sending photographs. He was fined £120 and must pay £119 in costs and surcharge.

WILTSHIRE: Frances Pleydell-Bouverie, 46, of Anderson Road, Salisbury, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman and breaking a community protection notice banning her from causing a disturbance around her home. She was jailed for eight weeks suspended for a year and must pay £100 compensation to the victim of the assault.

WILTSHIRE: Matthew Rawlings, 36, of Southdown, Bath, is charged with threatening to kill a woman and assaulting her by beating. He entered no pleas and was bailed to appear at Salisbury Crown Court on June 18.

WILTSHIRE: Samuel Stevens, 25, of Bradley Road, Trowbridge, admitted possession of £1,990 cash suspected of being criminal property. He was given a 12 month community order and 80 hours’ community service. He must pay £250 compensation. The charge dates to June 2018.

WILTSHIRE: Benjamin Cavill, 24, who gave a care of address on Barley Rise, Trowbridge, pleaded guilty to driving a Dacia in Trowbridge on May 17 when banned from the roads and when he was uninsured. He also admitted possession of cocaine.

Cavill also pleaded guilty to four counts of drug driving, dated January 11 and 24. He was over the limit for cocaine and by-product benzoylecgonine.

He was jailed for six weeks, with the judge citing persistent offending of a similar nature. He was banned from driving for three years and must pay a £156 victim surcharge.

SWINDON: Carlyann Hampson, 41, of Hysopp Close, Woodhall Park, denies four charges of assaulting police officers.

She was bailed for a case management hearing at Swindon Magistrates’ Court on June 29.

CRICKLADE: Matthew Hampson, 30, of Fairfield, pleaded guilty to damaging the wing mirror of a Volvo on January 7 and committing an offence while subject to a conditional discharge. He was fined £60 and ordered to pay £117 in costs and surcharge.

POLICE: Wiltshire Police’s first application for a stalking protection order has been withdrawn.

New legislation came into force at the start of the year allowing police forces to apply to the magistrates for the orders, which prohibit those suspected of stalking others from contacting their alleged victims.

On January 31, Wiltshire Police was granted an interim stalking protection order against Nicholas O’Dwyer, of Chisbury. The 50-year-old opposed the order being made, so the magistrates made an interim order and adjourned the case for a full hearing this week.

The police have now withdrawn the application for the order.