TOOTHILL: Callum Sherry was ordered to pay compensation after he assaulted a man and damaged a police car.

Sherry, 29, who gave a care of address in Ely Close, Toothill, pleaded guilty to the charges when he appeared in the dock at Swindon Magistrates’ Court.

The bench heard the offences were committed on December 20 following an incident at Burger King in Queens Drive.

Sherry, aka James Blackman, was instructed to pay £100 to his victim and £50 to the police.

SWINDON: Jason Smith, 39, of Booth House, Spring Close, was fined £100 for using threatening behaviour towards a man and a woman.

Smith pleaded guilty to the charge and was instructed to pay £85 in prosecution costs and a £30 contribution towards the cost of providing victim services.

SWINDON: Sean Drayton, 45, an inmate at Bullingdon Prison, was jailed for four weeks after he admitted possessing crack cocaine on August 14.

The magistrates told him he was being put behind bars because of his list of previous convictions and the fact he was already serving a prison sentence.

He was told to pay £115 towards victim services and an order was made for the drugs to be destroyed.

SWINDON: Robert Duncan, 52, of Eastcott Hill, was fined nearly £370 after he persistently sent messages to a woman when he was banned from contacting her by a non-molestation order.

Swindon magistrates heard that although the order had been made on November 1, he repeatedly sent messages to her between then and December 8.

They instructed him to pay another £121 in costs and victim surcharge on top of the £369 fine.

SWINDON: Andrew Crawford, 54, of Moredon Road, was landed with a £655 bill after he admitted drink-driving his Peugeot 206 in the car park of the Shield & Dagger pub in Thames Avenue on June 30 last year.

The bench heard he gave a reading of 65mg of alcohol in his breath when the legal limit of 35mg.

He was banned from getting behind the wheel for 36 months and fined £369 with £250 prosecution costs and a £36 victim surcharge.

SWINDON: Michael Cash, 33, of St Anthony’s Park travellers site near Avonmouth, was fined £80 after he pleaded guilty to damaging clothes belonging to TK Maxx on February 3.

Swindon magistrates told him to pay £69.99 compensation along with a £30 victim surcharge and £40 prosecution costs.

SWINDON: Timothy Ryan, 19, of no fixed address, has to pay compensation of £200 after he pleaded guilty to smashing the window of Highworth Hardware on January 30 and then failing to turn up to court a week later.

WESTLEA: Della Richardson, 42, of Ravenglass Road, has to do 60 hours of unpaid work for stealing debit cards and defrauding shops.

Richardson had originally denied the allegations, but then pleaded guilty to three counts.

Swindon magistrates heard she stole a man’s card between August 2017 and June the following year and took another one from a woman on May 19 last year. She then used the woman’s card to buy £17-worth of goods from the One Stop Shop and two loads of shopping from Asda totalling £57.

She was made the subject of a 12-month community order and instructed to pay back the value of the goods along with £170 towards victim services and court costs.

WROUGHTON: Justas Mackus, 26, of Devizes Road, Swindon was banned from driving for six months after he was caught driving on Devizes Road at Wroughton in a VW Golf without a licence or insurance on October 28.

Mackus was fined £250 and told his disqualification was obligatory because he was a repeat offender.

The bench imposed six penalty points and £115 in victim surcharge and prosecution costs.

HIGHWORTH: Thomas Melton-Ruddock, 26, of Windrush, pleaded guilty to careless driving on Faringdon Road in July last year. He was fined £230 by Swindon magistrates and told to pay another £115 in court costs and victim surcharge.