SWINDON: Mason Kelly, 23, of Kennington Lane, London, admitted possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin. He was remanded in custody to appear before Swindon Crown Court on November 1 for sentence.

SWINDON: Jade Curtis, 35, of Trevello Road, was jailed for eight weeks. She admitted breaching the terms of a previous community order by failing to turn up to appointments. Magistrates resentenced her for the original offences for which the order was made.

TOWN CENTRE: Jake Wills, 22, of Harding Street, admitted leaving distressing voicemails on a woman’s phone and breaching the terms of a restraining order.

Wills – who also goes by the surname Curtis – pleaded guilty to two criminal damage matters, two batteries including an unprovoked attack on a woman, and handling a stolen bicycle.

He was jailed for a total of 42 weeks and ordered to pay £175 in compensation.

WALCOT: Hayley Chichester, 34, of Sackville Close, pleaded guilty to stealing meat worth £125 from Tesco, TK Maxx clothing worth £143, assault, failing to surrender to the court and breaching a community order.

She was jailed for a total of 23 weeks and ordered to pay £50 compensation to the victim of the assault and £143 to TK Maxx.

TOWN CENTRE: Daniel Cservenszki, 30, of Radnor Street, admitted driving a VW Scirocco on Cheney Manor Road without insurance. He was fined £300 and told to pay £115 in surcharge and costs. His driving licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

WOOTTON BASSETT: Gary Stratford, 54, of The Maltings, was fined £192, told to pay a £30 victim surcharge and given three points on his licence, after he admitted speeding on the M4 near Newport on December 7 last year.

MAGIC ROUNDABOUT: Ishtiaq Ahmed, 49, of Salisbury Street, pleaded guilty to driving a Mini on the Magic Roundabout without a licence or insurance on June 20. He was fined £133, his driving record endorsed with eight points and he was ordered to pay £115 in costs and surcharge.

M4: Joama Ahmed, 28, of Croft Street, Swansea, admitted three counts of overloading his Mercedes Sprinter van.

The van, which was stopped between junctions 17 and 18 of the M4 on July 27, was according to the charge sheet only allowed to carry up to three-and-a-half metric tonnes. He was said to have exceeded that by over two-and-a-half tonnes.

He was fined £142 and ordered to pay £117 in costs and surcharge.

TOWN CENTRE: Ionut-Craciun Posirca, 25, of Broad Street, was fined £660, ordered to pay £129 in costs and surcharge and given six points on his licence.

He was found guilty by magistrates of driving his Ford Transit on Polaris Way, Swindon, without insurance, a licence or whilst wearing a seatbelt.

FRESHBROOK: Mustafa Timur, 39, of Cottington Close, pleaded guilty by single justice procedure to driving a Vauxhall Astra on Frankland Road on August 6 without a licence or insurance.

He was fined £200, ordered to pay £117 in costs and surcharge and his licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

HAYDON WICK: Samantha Killingback, 48, of Trent Road, must complete 40 hours of unpaid work after she pleaded guilty to drink driving.

The Mazda 3 driver was found to have 106 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath when she was stopped on July 6. The limit is 35 microgrammes.

She was banned from driving for 23 months, made subject to a 12 month community order and told to pay a £90 surcharge and £85 costs.

SWINDON: Shanni Waterhouse, 32, of Selsey, West Sussex, pleaded guilty to stealing £532-worth of clothing and toys worth £143 from B&M Bargains together with another. She also admitted breaching a previous community order.

She was sentenced to a 12-month community order and must complete 80 hours of unpaid work and up to 13 rehabilitation activity requirement days. Magistrates ordered an £85 victim surcharge.

GORSE HILL: David Mundy, 30, of no fixed address, admitted stealing laundry detergent from the Cricklade Road Co-operative store, goods worth almost £100 from Asda and breaching the terms of a restraining order by going to a house in Penhill.

He was given a 12-month community order, told to complete 100 hours of unpaid work and made subject to a six-month alcohol rehabilitation programme.