PENHILL: A drug dealer jailed earlier this month after he was found outside a secondary school with hundreds of pounds of crack cocaine has been charged with weapons offences.

Kevin Thomas-Fuller, 24, formerly of Leigh Road, Penhill, is accused of having in his possession on March 17 at the Deers Leap pub an offensive weapon, namely a piece of wood.

He was remanded on conditional bail until May 16 for a live link hearing. As part of his bail conditions Thomas-Fuller, who was this month sentenced to two-and-a-half years imprisonment, must not visit the Deers Leap.

TAW HILL: A man appeared in court charged with damaging another man’s cat.

Lee Webb-Hammond, 39, of Henchard Crescent, pleaded not guilty to criminal damage. His case was adjourned to August 5 for the trial.

WROUGHTON: Melissa Middlemass, 42, of Boness Road, has been banned from driving for 30 months after pleading guilty to drink driving and using her mobile phone while driving.

The Wroughton woman, who drove her Renault Twingo along Spring Gardens on April 23, was found to be three times over the drink drive limit. Tests found she had an alcohol level of 125 mcg. The legal limit is 35. She also admitted driving while using her mobile phone.

Middlemass was ordered to complete 10 rehabilitation days, fined £76 and ordered to pay £85 costs and an £85 victim surcharge.

KINGSDOWN: Louise Eggleton, 34, of Sanders Close, admitted driving her Mercedes without due care and attention or insurance.

The conviction followed an incident on November 2 at the junction of Drove Road and Cumberland Road.

Eggleton was ordered to pay compensation of £300, fined £369 and ordered to pay £71 in costs and surcharge payments. She was also given six points on her licence.

PARK NORTH: A drink driver who admitted driving his Audi A3 dangerously along Twickenham Close, off Dorcan Way, will be sentenced at the crown court.

Ashley Henry, 28, of Kingswood Avenue, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving on November 3 last year. He also admitted to being over the drink drive limit and driving without insurance.

Magistrates this week sent his case to Swindon Crown Court for sentencing. Henry, who has been given an interim driving ban, will appear before a judge on May 23.

MOREDON: A man charged with having over 1,000 indecent images of children will go before a judge next month.

George Langlands, 21, of Walkinshaw Road, appeared at Swindon Magistrates’ Court charged with three counts of making indecent images of children and a charge that he was in possession of a prohibited image of a child.

It is said he had 201 child sex abuse images and video of the most serious type, category A, which includes child rape. Magistrates bailed Langlands for a plea hearing at Swindon Crown Court on May 24.

NORTH SWINDON: Billy-Sam Shervell, 18, of Honeysuckle Close, appeared before magistrates charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding a woman. No pleas were given to the charges.

Shervell was bailed for a plea and trial preparation hearing at Swindon Crown Court on May 24.

LONDON: A Londoner accused of dealing cocaine in Swindon last July will face a crown court judge.

Levi Smith, 22, of Cedar Road, Enfield, appeared in the dock at Swindon Magistrates’ Court this week charged with possession of class A drugs with intent to supply and possession of cannabis. He was bailed for a plea hearing at Swindon Crown Court on May 24.

ROYAL WOOTTON BASSETT: Max Reynolds, 21, of Brynards Hill, admitted being in possession more than 200g of cannabis last September with intent to supply. He was bailed to appear before Swindon Crown Court on May 24 for sentencing.

COATE: A drug driver Lee Seymour has been given a 12 month ban.

Seymour, 38, of Homington Avenue, pleaded guilty to driving a Ford Focus along Queens Drive in October when he was over the cocaine driving limit.

He was fined £120 with £85 costs and a £30 victim surcharge.