NYTHE: A banned driver who was caught behind the wheel and over the drink drive limit was jailed for a total of six months and disqualified for four years.

James Keelan, 40, of County Road pleaded guilty to driving a Peugeot 206 in The Drive, Nythe, on May 14 while disqualified and fraudulently using different registration plates on the vehicle, which was not insured.

He also admitted giving a breath test reading of 42 mcg of alcohol.

Salisbury magistrates ordered him to pay £115 towards victim services and another £85 prosecution costs.

SWINDON: Shoplifter Kirsty Doole was jailed for three months after she admitted stealing £40 of baby milk, eight bottles of washing up liquid and a laundry basket.

Doole, 36, of Northern Road, appeared before Salisbury magistrates who said the reason she was jailed was because the two offences were aggravated by her record.

She was ordered to pay £115 towards victim services.

SWINDON: Charlene Wesley, 30, of no fixed address, was detained at court for a day in lieu of a £50 fine for stealing clothes valued at £39 from Next in Swindon.

Wesley admitted the theft when she appeared in the dock at Salisbury Magistrates’ Court.

WROUGHTON: Magistrates ordered Liam Martin to do 200 hours of unpaid work after he pleaded guilty to charges of using threatening behaviour and damaging a police car.

Martin, 31, of Maunsell Way, intended to make another man fear violence was about to be used against him and the offence was racially aggravated, the Swindon bench was told.

On the same day, March 8, he caused damage valued at £120 to the police vehicle.

He was given a 12-month community order with a rehabilitation activity requirement and instructed to pay the police £120 and £100 to his victim as compensation, with an £85 contribution towards victim services and £85 prosecution costs.

SWINDON: Possession of codeine and Buprenorphine cost Ashley Lane a 12-month community order.

Lane, 32, of no fixed address, was barred by Swindon magistrates from going to Rowlands Pharmacy in Kingswood Avenue for the next year and told he must do up to 30 rehabilitation activity days.

He was already on a community order imposed in October by Wiltshire magistrates for eight offences of stealing from shops. He pleaded guilty to all counts and the bench ordered the destruction of the drugs.

PARK SOUTH: A woman who assaulted a disabled victim causing her actual bodily harm was given a curfew and a 12-month community order.

Ebony Messen, 19, of Blakesley Close, was told her offence was aggravated due to her hostility, which was based on the disability of the woman she assaulted.

She pleaded guilty to the charge and was instructed to pay £200 compensation.

The electronically-tagged curfew keeping her indoors between 8pm and 7am daily, is due to end at midnight on July 18. Messen was also told to pay £85 to help fund victim services.

WILTSHIRE: A driver caught at Leigh Delamere services on the M4 when she was over the legal alcohol limit and without a licence was banned from the roads for 17 months.

Josephine Cash, 28, of Lenham Road, Ashford in Kent, pleaded guilty to both charges, along with failing to surrender to Swindon Magistrates Court.

She was fined a total of £290 with a £30 victim surcharge on top.

SWINDON: Bike thief Brian Bingham, who committed a series of thefts and an assault while he was on bail, has been jailed for 26 weeks.

Bingham, 25, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to using threatening behaviour on May 9, stealing a bike and assaulting a man by beating him on April 21, stealing three Kindle white papers valued at £462 from John Lewis and £22 of food from Toothill One Stop on May 13, £10 of food from Rodbourne Road Co-op on May 22 and attempting to take a bike on May 24.

He was ordered by Swindon magistrates to pay £100 compensation to the assault victim and £150 to the man he threatened.