The following cases were heard at magistrates courts in Swindon and Salisbury.

CHIPPENHAM: On Tuesday, May 21, a 16-year-old, whose identity is protected by law, was sentenced for wounding or inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent.

The teenager pleaded guilty to the offence, which took place in Chippenham on October 24 last year.

His parents were ordered to pay £800 in compensation.

DEVIZES: On Tuesday, May 21, Samuel Sneyd, of no fixed abode in Devizes, was sentenced for assault and theft from a shop.

The 38-year-old pleaded guilty to an incident of assault by beating that took place in Devizes on December 12 last year.

He was also sentenced for attempting to steal meat from M&S and stealing one box of Thatchers cider and nine bottles of Baileys from Sainsbury’s on the same date.

Sneyd also pleaded guilty to two other counts of theft from a shop, that took place on separate occasions.

On April 24, he took £300 worth of property from Devizes in Morrisons and on March 26 he stole £30 worth of goods from the Devizes M&S.

He was handed a prison sentence of 12 weeks, suspended for 18 months, and ordered not to enter M&S, Sainsbury’s, or Morrisons in Devizes for six months.

TROWBRIDGE and BRADFORD ON AVON: On Wednesday, May 22, Simon Parker was sentenced for five counts of theft from a shop.

The 39-year-old, of no fixed abode in Wiltshire, pleaded guilty to all five counts.

On April 30, and May 1, he stole numerous meat products from a Tesco store in Trowbridge.

He also pleaded guilty to stealing items worth £95, including a Juicy Couture box set, from TK Maxx in Trowbridge on May 15, and £117 worth of sirloin steaks from Bradford on Avon Sainsbury’s on May 4.

Parker was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison.

CALNE: On Tuesday, May 21, Chloe Bell, of Hercules Road, was sentenced for driving with a proportion of a specified controlled drug above the specified limit.

The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to driving on Oxford Road in Calne, with no less than 6.1mg per litre of THC in her blood, on January 13.

She was disqualified from driving for 12 months and fined £80.

EDINGTON: On Tuesday, May 21, Helen McCormack, of Cowleaze Lane, was sentenced for driving a motor vehicle without a licence or insurance.

The 47-year-old pleaded guilty to both offences, which took place on Edington Road in Steeple Ashton on May 4.

She was disqualified from driving for six months and fined £120.