THESE five local people appeared in Salisbury Magistrates Court for offences they committed in and near the city.

DAVID MARK, 43, of Mill Green Road, Amesbury, criminally damaged a Hyundai to the value of £432.53. 

The incident took place between November 4 and 7, 2022, in Poole.

Mark was found guilty by Salisbury Magistrates on July 10 and ordered to pay £1,385 by August 9.

A restraining order was also imposed until January 9, 2024, prohibiting Mark from contacting the victim or going within 100 metres of Verney Close.

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PHOEBE SYKES, 33, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to assaulting Neil Griffiths at Alabare Place and damaging a police van to the value of £35 on April 26.

Magistrates ordered her to pay £214 which will be paid through £5 weekly deductions from her benefits, starting August 6.

LORRAINE MORRIS, 65, of London Road, was ordered to pay £1,044 after failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a Vauxhall Corsa who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence.

This took place on or after January 13 at Swindon Police Station.

Morris' driving record was endorsed with six penalty points at a Salisbury Magistrates Court hearing on July 10.

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DEANNE SINGH, 40, of Barnard Field, drove her Ford Focus along Church Street, Amesbury, while above the legal alcohol level limit on July 9.

Singh, who pleaded guilty to the offence on July 10, was disqualified from driving for 18 months.

Salisbury Magistrates ordered her to pay £785 before August 9.

WILLIAM MIRREN, 69, of Philip Road, Durrington, drove his Audi A4 along London Road while above the legal alcohol level limit on May 19.

Mirren pleaded guilty to the offence at a Salisbury Magistrates hearing on July 7.

Magistrates disqualified Mirren from driving for 36 months and ordered him to pay £705 before August 6.