MARLBOROUGH: Ashcon Raeisinezhadian, 25, of Angler Road, Shaw, pleaded guilty to failing to stop for a constable, speeding on Marlborough High Street and driving carelessly. He was fined £240, banned from driving for six months and ordered to pay £144 in costs and surcharge.

Trowbridge: Claire Dobbin, 47, of Cavendish Drive pleaded guilty to failing to stop and report after hitting another car in the Tesco Extra car park in Trowbridge. She had her licence endorsed with five points and was fined £80 for driving without due care and attention.

She was fined a further £120 and banned from driving for 12 months after admitting driving under the influence of drugs on Manor Road, Trowbridge. She was also banned for 28 months after pleading guilty failing to provide a breath specimen for analysis, and ordered to pay £34 to the victims services fund.

Hilperton: A community order has been given, with curfew and tagging to McKenzie Brooks of Copper Beeches. The 25 year old pleaded guilty to breaking a restraining order issued by Swindon magistrates last July. he is under curfew from 7pm to 7am daily for six weeks. He has been told to pay a surcharge of £80.

Devizes: Two13-year-olds from the Devizes area, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have denied beating a boy with a baseball bat and have been given unconditional bail to appear again in July.

Trowbridge: 26-year-old Callum Davies of College Road has been found guilty of damaging a police car and been given a £320 fine.

Devizes: Matthew Sandy, 33, of Wellington Drive has been fined £700 after pleading guilty to driving on the A4 at Quemerford with a controlled drug in his system. He was also told to pay £70 to fund victim services and £85 costs. he was also banned from driving for 12 months.

Chippenham: Swindon Magistrates fined James Bracey, 30, of Derriads Green £120 after he admitted abusive and threatening behaviour towards another man. He got £46 costs and £34 towards victims services.

Melksham: Daniel Carroll, 26, of Rope Walk has pleaded guilty to harassment of a woman, making unwanted contact with her at her home address, and by phone and messages. He also admitted beating her. He was given a community order and told to take part in a rehabilitation programme for 35 days. He was also told to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work in the next year, and ordered to not have contact with the woman. he was also fined £146, with a victims surcharge of £90 and costs of £85.

Westbury: Samantha Couldrake of Woodland View has pleaded not guilty to charges relating to a child not attending school regularly.

The case has been adjourned until the end of April for a medical certificate to be produced.

Trowbridge: 51-year-old Keevor Stacey-Brown of The White Swan, Church Street has pleaded guilty to driving without a licence on Church Street in the town.

He was fined £200 with costs of £85 and £34 towards victim services. he was also banned from driving for 18 months.

Melksham: 25-year-old Connor Wallace of Mills Road was fined £50 after pleading guilty to possessing cannabis.

He was fined a further £200 for driving while under the influence of a controlled drug, with £85 costs and £50 towards victim services. Wallace was also disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Amesbury: David Langley, 42, of Sandell Place pleaded guilty to not providing a specimen when asked.

He was given a community order for 120 hours of unpaid work, £85 costs and £95 towards victim services.

He was banned for 18months.

Warminster: Niquan Benoit, 22, of North Court admitted breaching a community order. Magistrates continued the order and added 360 costs.

Trowbridge: Sean Walker, 28, of Harford Street admitted breaching supervision requirements imposed after coming out of jail. He was fined £300 with £60 costs.

Chippenham: Arkadiusz Wanczyk, 38, of Highfield was fined £350 with £85 costs plus a £35 fee to victim services after he changed his plea to guilty for dangerous driving in St Edith’s Marsh, Bromham.

He was disqualified from holding a licence for 12 months.