THEFTS, assaulting police officers and damaging a door were some of the crimes committed across Salisbury and Swindon by one woman during 2020.

Heard at Swindon Magistrates' Court in December, Chloe Racey, of Wood Lane in Chippenham, pleaded guilty to more than 15 offences which took place between January and July last year.

In date order, it was heard that on January 5 in Salisbury Racey stole two bottles of wine from Westacre Filling Station on Wilton Road, and on February 21 she stole two North Face beanie hats to the value of £50 from Cotswold Outdoor.

On April 8 Racey entered a premises in Kivel Court despite a closure order in force, issued by Salisbury Magistrates' in March.

And on April 15 Racey was in the Old George Mall with an open container of alcohol and on April 24 she was located in Barnard Street, both actions resulting in her failing to comply with a community protection notice.

Between May 5 and 10 in Swindon, Racey stole 13 bottles of wine from a Co-operative store, divided across six visits.

On June 7 in Swindon the defendant assaulted a police officer by beating and intentionally damaged a door.

On June 26, also in Swindon, Racey assaulted a woman by beating and on July 5 she intentionally caused harassment, alarm or distress to others through her behaviour.

On July 21 she assaulted another police officer by beating.

Racey had pleaded guilty to all of the offences above during the court hearing on December 4.

In total Racey was ordered to pay £214.78 in compensation and £85 in costs.

The 33-year-old must receive treatment for alcohol dependency under the direction of the probation service for six months. Racey was under curfew with electronic monitoring between December 4 and 31, during which she couldn't leave her Chippenham address between 6pm and 6am daily.

Racey was also ordered to attend activities and appointments as instructed by an officer.