PARK NORTH: Joshua Blackmore, 19, of Queens Drive, was dined £154 for possession of cannabis. He must also pay £30 and costs of £85 after admitting the charge.

WROUGHTON: Martin Willis, 31, of Lords Close, denies stealing another man’s wallet and fraudulently using a bank card to withdraw £50. He was bailed to appear before Swindon Magistrates’ Court on October 24 for the trial.

OXFORDSHIRE: David Bairstow, 58, of Kidlington, Oxon, was fined £984 after he admitted being four times over the drink-drive limit.

Bairstow was found to have 144 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. Swindon magistrates banned him from driving for 34 months and ordered he pay a £98 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

WALCOT: Wayne Bayford, 29, of Midhurst Avenue, was banned from driving for a year after admitted driving along Queens Drive whilst over the cannabis limit.

He was fined £272 for drug driving and cannabis possession and ordered to pay £115 in costs and surcharge.

PURTON: Jodie Mahoney, 30, of Proud Close, was fined £40 for stealing a Bose speaker worth almost £100 from John Lewis. She must also pay compensation and £65 in costs and surcharge.

WROUGHTON: A cannabis grower was fined £200. John Norris, 53, of Clyde Cottages, pleaded guilty to producing the class B drug. He was ordered to pay £115 in surcharge and costs.

LIDEN: Renault driver Buruk Tesfay, 38, of Kemerton Walk, pleaded guilty to failing to stop after causing an accident. He was fined £163, ordered to pay £85 costs and a £30 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with five points.

HIGHWORTH: Joshua McDiamid, 20, of Kilda Road, admitted possession of cannabis and a knife. He was ordered to do 150 hours’ unpaid work and pay an £85 victim surcharge. The drugs and butterfly knife will be destroyed.

FRESHBROOK: Royston Morris, 48, of Crawford Close, must do 120 hours’ unpaid work after he pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman. He was told to pay £175 in costs and surcharge.

TOWN CENTRE: A Cirencester man who stole booze, footwear and a North Face jacket must spend six months on a drug rehabilitation order.

Jack Hope, 32, of Chesterton Park, admitted assault, criminal damage, taking booze from Marks and Spencer’s, £231.91-worth of clothing from Foot Asylum and two t-shirts and a jacket from the town centre JD Sports on July 13. He was told to pay £325 compensation to JD Sports and £50 to his assault victim

PENHILL: Karl Foster, 31, of Penhill Drive, has been put on a six week curfew after admitting assault and a number of thefts.

He pleaded guilty to taking £70-worth of alcohol from Tesc0 and 12 bottles of perfume from Debenhams worth around £476.63. He also admitted assault and causing £600-worth of damage to a glass door at Debenhams.

Magistrates put him on a six week curfew and ordered him to pay £50 compensation to his assault victim, £300 to Debenhams and an £85 victim surcharge.

GORSE HILL: Liam Skinner, 22, of Cricklade Road, pleaded guilty to three counts of assault. He must pay £50 compensation to each of his victims.

FERNDALE: Fraser Hutton, 60, of Poulton Street, was ordered to pay £250 compensation after he admitted causing £500-worth of damage to an Alfa Romeo car on July 4. He had pleaded not guilty, but was convicted by JPs and told to pay £200 costs.

DORCAN: Karen Garvey, 35, of Shrewton Walk, Penhill, admitted failing to stop at the scene of an accident on Dorcan Way last December. She was fined £80 and ordered to pay £115 in costs and surcharge. Magistrates endorsed her licence with five penalty points.

PARK NORTH: A prolific thief has been put on tag. Shane Watson, 37, of Burnham Road, pleaded guilty to stealing £417-worth of razor blades from Boots, a £40 parasol from B&M Bargains, £149.99 duvet from Homesense, £215 candles from Boots, £90 Babyliss hair straighteners from Boots, designer clothing worth £1,305 from JD Sports. He was told to pay £1,093 in compensation.