SWINDON: Wiltshire Police were given the go-ahead to keep hold of £1,186 seized from Lewis Badcock, of Suffolk Street, in 2018.

SWINDON: Two men have been charged over an alleged attack on a Swindon man on October 11.

Kyle Coupe, 25, of Walter Close, was charged with GBH with intent and remanded in custody to appear before Swindon Crown Court on November 15

Tee-Jay O’Hanlon, 24, was remanded in custody to appear before Swindon Crown Court on November 15. Court registers give his address as Lawn Woods and Old Town.

TOOTHILL: Magistrates committed Edward Booth to prison for seven days in default of payment of a £165 fine imposed on December 4.

The 27-year-old, formerly of Corfe Road, is currently serving an 11-year-old prison sentence for a sexual assault on a woman. He was jailed in September.

WILTSHIRE: A farmer has been banned from keeping cattle for five years after he admitted a series of animal cruelty charges.

Michael Babey, 63, of Shrewton, near Salisbury, kept cows continuously confined, in a space that was too small, not well-drained or with access to dry bedding and did not have access to a suitable water supply.

He pleaded guilty to five charges under the Animal Welfare Act. He was fined just £73 and ordered to pay £1,000 costs to Wiltshire Council. He must also pay £30 costs.

SWINDON: Kristina Benitez, 39, of Gipsy Lane, denies using a debit without permission to purchase items from Amazon. She faces 24 charges of fraud by false representation.

He was granted unconditional bail for the trial at Swindon Magistrates’ Court on January 30.

HAYDON END: Danisa Hunda, 22, of Casterbridge Road, denies being in possession of an offensive weapon – a crossbow – in a public place without reasonable excuse.

He was granted unconditional bail for the trial on January 27 at Swindon Magistrates’ Court.

SWINDON: Steven Matthews, 52, of Poulton, near Cirencester, has pleaded not guilty to an accusation he stole £4,660 from Castle Estate Agents via unauthorised transactions.

The money is said to have been taken between May and October last year. Matthews was granted unconditional bail for the trial on February 6 at Swindon Magistrates’ Court.

GORSE HILL: Christopher Moss, 27, of Cricklade Road, pleaded guilty to dangerously driving a Mercedes CLA on Fleming Way on July 12.

He was bailed to appear before Swindon Crown Court on November 8 to be sentenced. He was given an interim driving ban.

OLD TOWN: Paul Bendon, 55, of Bath Road, denies assault occasioning actual bodily harm but admitted threatening unlawful violence. He was committed to Swindon Crown Court for a plea hearing on November 15.

SWINDON: Dale Gough, 27, of Buckland, near Faringdon, admitted drug driving.

On April 11, he was behind the wheel of a Fiat Punto in Liden when he was found to be unfit to drive through drugs.

Just two days later he was driving the same car when he was found to be over the limit for cocaine and bi-product benzoylecgonine. He also had 1.9 grammes of heroin with him

Magistrates banned him from driving for 40 months, ordered him to do 120 hours of unpaid work. Gough must also pay £170 in costs and surcharge.

M4: David Hajduk, 26, of Warminster Road, London, denies drink driving and failing to give police information relating to the identity of the driver. He was granted unconditional bail for the trial on February 13.

CHISELDON: Geri Westen, 20, of School Close, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Magistrates sentenced her to a 12-month community order, three month curfew and ordered her to complete up to 20 rehabilitation activity days.

She must pay £200 compensation, a £90 victim surcharge.