Week in court

Wigan And Leigh Magistrates' Court
Wigan And Leigh Magistrates' Court

Round-up of people brought before Wigan and Leigh magistrates

Carl Anthony Turton (35): Siddow Common, Leigh - Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence: Suspended sentence order to continue with drug rehabilitation requirement added.

Becky Eatock (28): Atherton Road, Hindley Green - Owning a vehicle that did not meet the insurance requirements of the road Traffic Act 1988: Discharged conditionally for 12 months, pay £20 surcharge to fund victim services, pay £100 costs.

Brian Walmsley (53): Conway Close, Leigh - Dishonestly undertook or assisted in the removal disposal or realisation of stolen power tools worth £4,000 belonging to Plank Lane Joinery, Doctors Nook, Leigh: 12-month community order with 40 hours of unpaid work requirement, ay £85 surcharge to fund victim services, pay £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Philip Smallman (42): Sandringham Drive, Leigh - Without reasonable excuse, contacted Abbie Johnston by using an indirect threat through a third party which they were prohibited from by a restraining order: Jailed for 12 weeks, suspended for one year as made two threats to blow up the victim’s house, pay £100 compensation, pay £115 surcharge to fund victim services.

Nigel Anthony Wood (38): Chruch Road, Leigh - Caused Brett Whyley to fear that violence would be used against him by making threats to kill and to petrol bomb the victim’s house: Jailed for six weeks, suspended for one year, restraining order made not to contact the victim or enter Twist Lane, Leigh, pay £250 compensation, pay £115 surcharge to fund victim services, pay £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Darren Anthony Brown (32): Knotts Houses, Lowton - Without reasonable excuse, contacted Natalie Lancaster which they were prohibited from doing so by a restraining order: Jailed for six weeks, suspended for 12 months as it was the second breach of the order and involved drinking alcohol and was late at night, curfew for 12 weeks, new restraining order made not to contact Anthony Hayes or Natalie Lancaster, and not to enter South Avenue, Leigh, pay £115 surcharge to fund victim services, pay £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Stephen Fullerton (60): Glebe Street, Leigh - Drove a Seat Altea on a dual carriageway at a speed exceeding 70mph in Bottisham, travelling at 88mph: Fined £100, pay £20 surcharge to fund victim services, pay £85 costs, driving licence endorsed with three penalty points.

Simon Edward Ireland (51): Stirrup Field, Golborne - Drove a Citroen on Broad Street, near to Summerville Road, at a speed exceeding 40mph, travelling at 48mph: Fined £60, pay £20 surcharge to fund victim services, driving licence endorsed with three penalty points.