THESE six people or businesses committed crimes and were sentenced in court this week.

All of the cases either involve criminals who live near Salisbury or the crimes were committed in the local area.

Aporosa Latianara Naisake, of the Royal School of Artillery in Larkhill, has been banned from driving for six months.

The 24-year-old was stopped on The Packway on February 24 for having illegal window tints on his Audi A3.

Police officers measured the windows as letting in an average of 21 per cent light while the legal limit is 70 per cent.

Further checks showed that Naisake did not have any motor insurance.

Pleading guilty to the offence, Naisake was ordered to pay £916 at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Monday, November 13.

Neil Dibben, 40, of Whitbred Road, pleaded guilty to assaulting his victim by beating her in Salisbury on April 30.

He was sentenced to a 12-month community order during which he must attend 20 probation appointments. Dibben must also pay a £576 fine and £85 court costs.

A one-year restraining order was imposed preventing Dibben from entering a Durrington address or contacting the victim save through an agreed third party until November 12, 2024.

Alan Lofts, 60, of Walsingham Dene in Bournemouth, was caught breaking the 30-miles-per-hour limit in a Honda Civic along the A36 South Newton on January 6.

Lofts then failed to give information relating to the identification of the Civic driver at Swindon Police Station on February 8.

He was ordered to pay £101 and his licence was endorsed with three penalty points.

Robert George Arthur, 72, of Vineys Yard in Somerset, broke the speed limit in a BMW 118D on the A303 Woodbine Hill on March 25.

He was banned from holding a driving licence for 28 days and ordered to pay £390.

Michael Czerwinski, 39, of Bedwin Street, drove on Manor Road without due care and attention on February 5.

His record was endorsed with six points and he was ordered to pay £726.

Ocean Footprint Ltd, registered to North Station Yard in Wilton, failed to give information relating to the driver of a Mercedes V250 that was alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Plymouth on March 13 and 15.

The business was ordered to pay a total of £1,938 for the offence at Bodmin Magistrates Court on November 13.