Warminster:The cases against Cuneyt Ascioglu, of the Speedy Chef in Weymouth Street, Warminster, who faces 12 charges relating to breaching food hygiene regulations - including not controlling pests and flies have been adjourned until September.

The charges relate to inspections carried out at the takeaway store in August, September and October in 2019. Charges include failing to effectively clean and where necessary disinfect food contact equipment with such frequency as to avoid contamination.

He is further accused of failing to protect food at all stages of production, processing and distribution of food against any contamination likely to render the food unfit for human consumption.

No plea was listed in the court papers.

COLLINGBOURNE DUCIS:Joe Fairbrother, 33, of High Street has pleaded not guilty to driving while disqualified and with no insurance. He has been remanded on unconditional bail.

WESTBURY: 19-year-old Elliott Vowles of The Spur has pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order by messaging and meeting a woman. He was told to pay £95 to victims services and £85 costs. He was given a community order to do 80 hours of unpaid work.

ROWDE: 22-year-old Alex Taylor of Tower View pleaded guilty to driving with a controlled drug in his system in Devizes. He had 9,8 micrograms of Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in his blood. The case has been adjourned to consider if there are special reasons for not ordering an endorsement or disqualification.

SHREWTON: Richard Newman, 55, of the High Street has pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer and has been ordered to pay £175 compensation and £95 to victim services as well as a community order for 40 hours of unpaid work.

Westbury: A case of animal cruelty against Peter Pattle, 63, of Dilton March has been adjourned until November. He is accused of failing to meet the needs of 81 cattle by providing a suitable environment for them.

He is also accused of failing to ensure there were staff who possessed the appropriate professional competence contrary to the Welfare of Farmed Animals Regulations 2007 .

Marlborough: Issac Allen, 29, of White Horse Road has been fined £300 after changing his plea to guilty for failing to give a drink drive specimen. He was also banned from driving for a year and ordered to pay £85 costs and a surcharge to victim services of £34.

Melksham: Meryl Yates, 62, of Crescent Road pleaded guilty to driving with an excess of Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in her blood while driving on Mitchell Road.

She was fined £100 and banned from driving for a year.

Corsham: 27-year-old Jamie Wolleter of Queens Avenue changed his plea to guilty and was fined £50 each for two counts of car theft.

Trowbridge: Pawel Flisinski, 27, of Union Street has been sent for trial under the Crime and Disorder Act charged with dishonestly assisting in the retention, removal, disposal or realisation of stolen goods – in this case alcohol.He is also accused of supplying amphetamines and cocaine. The trial is set for November and has been remanded in custody. Another man, 42 year old Mieczyslaw Michalski, also of Union Street, is also accused of handling stolen goods from Marks and Spencer and Lidl. He is also accused of supplying amphetamine and cocaine and has been remanded in custody until the hearing in November at Salisbury Crown Court.

Melksham: Jordan Moreton, 27, of Melksham Road has been given unconditional bail ahead of being sent for trial by jury accused of supplying cannabis.

Malmesbury: Harry Radford, 26 of Tetbury Road has pleaded guilty to supplying cannabis and has been sent to Swindon Crown Court for sentence in September.

Chippenham: Sam Canning, 30, of Sherington Mead has pleaded not guilty to importing a prohibited weapon in the form of an extendable baton. He has been bailed for a case management hearing.