A round-up of some of the latest magistrates cases:

UISTIN VASILY EPUREANU, aged 22, of Vale Road, Yeovil, pleaded guilty to driving while exceeding the legal alcohol limit. On April 13 he was driving a Vauxhall Astra along the A303 in Amesbury, with 64 microgrammes of alcohol in every 100 millilitres of breath. He also pleaded guilty to being disqualified from holding a driving licence, and driving without the appropriate policy of insurance. He was committed to prison for eight weeks, fined £122, and was disqualified from holding a driving licence for 3 years, 27 days.

NIALL BOLAND, aged 44, of Fonthill Bishop, Salisbury, was issued a domestic violence protection order, which protected the associated woman for 28 days. The defendant could not molest or contact her, and was prohibited from entering a premises in Fonthill Bishop.

STUART DRAKE, aged 53, of Rollestone Street, Salisbury, pleaded guilty to stealing an assortment of food and drink from stores in Salisbury and Wilton last year. Between August and September, Drake stole a bottle of champagne from the Salisbury Co-op, three bottles of Jack Daniels and a bottle of Hendrick’s Gin from Salisbury’s Waitrose to the value of £104, and champagne, wine, beer, cheese, steak and wraps from the Wilton Co-op. He was ordered to pay compensation of £100.

MARTIN CAIN, aged 55, of Wilton Road, Salisbury, admitted breaching a suspended sentence order made by the County of Wiltshire Magistrates Court on June 28 last year, by failing to attend his community requirements on December 4 and 16. He was given a suspended sentence of nine weeks imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, and was ordered to pay costs of £60.

ILIE-RAZVAN MIRZAC, aged 36, of Hill Crest Caravan Park, Amesbury, was found guilty of driving a vehicle without the appropriate test certificate or policy of insurance. The incident took place on October 12 last year, when Mirzac was driving a Renault Megane along Flower Lane in Amesbury. He was fined £300 and was ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £32 and costs of £85. He was disqualified from holding a driving licence for 6 months. At another hearing Mirzac pleaded guilty to driving another car without the appropriate policy of insurance. This incident took place on September 7 last year, when the defendant was driving a Ford Galaxy along Castle Road in Salisbury. For this he was fined £200 and was ordered to pay costs of £85. His driving record was endorsed with six points.