LIDEN: A banned driver who shares the name with late James Bond actor Roger Moore has been jailed.

The 49-year-old, of no fixed address, led police on a chase down Liden Drive last August. Moore, who crashed the Ford Fiesta he was driving, admitted dangerous driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving without insurance.

He was jailed for 12 weeks, banned from the roads for a year. Swindon magistrates ordered he pay a £115 victim surcharge.

PARK NORTH: Kerry Duggan, 32, of Bruton Walk, has been jailed for a month after she failed to attend probation appointments.

Duggan admitted failing to comply by the requirements of a community order. Magistrates sentenced her to four weeks imprisonment for each of the five shoplifting offences that earned her the original community order. The jail sentences will be served concurrently.

She was sentenced to an additional week in jail after she admitted stealing nine packs of Bold laundry detergent from Wilko.

WROUGHTON: Dafydd Spence, 23, formerly of Willow Walk, has been given a 12-month community order after he admitted assaulting another man and a constable. He was fined £100, ordered to pay £100 compensation to the police officer and must pay a £90 victim surcharge. A restraining order will prevent him from going to Willow Walk, Wroughton, until the end of October.

PEATMOOR: Joshua Rendell, 28, of Peaks Down, was fined £400 and ordered to pay £125 in costs and surcharge after he admitted speeding on Great Western Way. The VW Scirocco driver’s licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

WROUGHTON: Uninsured driver Mitchell Rowlands managed to avoid losing his licence, citing the likely loss of his job, his accommodation and the impact on his family.

The 56-year-old, of Swindon Road, Wroughton, was found to be driving a Jeep Cherokee on Drove Road last December without insurance or a valid MOT. By admitting the offences he risked automatically losing his licence under what is known as a totting disqualification – where drivers have already “totted-up” a number of penalty points.

But Swindon magistrates stepped short of banning him from driving. Instead, Rowlands was fined £137, ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with eight penalty points.

M4: Liam Watson, 54, of Clodien Avenue, Cardiff, was fined £253 after he admitted driving a Renault Captur without due care and attention at Leigh Delamere Services on March 16. He was ordered to pay £115 in costs and surcharge and his licence was endorsed with five penalty points.

CHENEY MANOR: Anthony Howells, 36, of Cheney Manor Road, admitted taking £300 from McDonald’s in a June burglary and stealing or attempting to shoplift almost £790-worth of goods since November.

Howells pleaded guilty to burgling McDonalds, five counts of shoplifting, one attempted theft, assault, possession of cocaine and two counts of failing to surrender to the court.

Magistrates adjourned the case to Friday, August 23, for a pre-sentence report to be written.

TOWN CENTRE: Georgina Perkins, 23, of Station Road, admitted being almost four times over the drink-drive limit. Breathalyser tests found she had 120 microgrammes in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. Her case was adjourned to Wednesday, August 21, for a pre-sentence report to be compiled.

SHAW: James Barnett, 40, of Sharp Close, will stand trial over accusations he worked as a security guard at the Oasis Leisure centre without a Security Industry Authority licence.

He also denies working without a licence for firm Compass Group Ltd and failing without reasonable authority to provide documents relating to work for Gold Sheila Security (Swindon) Ltd. The case has been brought by the Security Industry Authority. The trial will take place on October 17.

SWINDON: Wiltshire Police has been given an extra six months to keep £10,000 in cash seized from a Shyrone Allison, of Wymondham, Norfolk, on July 13. The application had been brought before magistrates under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

TOWN CENTRE: Irfan Amir, 40, of York Road, was fined £500 and given nine points on his licence after he admitted driving without due care and attention and without a licence on Wood Street in February. He was also ordered to pay £115 in costs and surcharge.

NORTH SWINDON: Jacob Marshman, 20, of Hilperton, was fined £339 and his licence endorsed with seven penalty points, after he admitted driving a BMW without due care and attention on Thamesdown Drive last December. Magistrates also told him to pay £85 costs.