HERE are five people who were sentenced at Salisbury's court for crimes they committed in and around the city.

Kobie Frankham, 32, of Pilgrims Way, was sentenced for criminal damage and shoplifting from a Boots shop in Watford on October 19, 2021.

She threw a moisturiser over the shop manager's Hugo Boss coat when confronted.

Frankham then grabbed a beauty salon owner's hair at Studio 15, Milford Sreet, on October 27.

District Judge Pattinson sentenced Frankham to an 18-month community order with 20 RAR days.

She must also pay £150 compensation to both victims and a restraining order was imposed to protect one of the victims.

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Michael James, 23, of Carmelite Way, assaulted two police constables in Salisbury on November 18. He was also found with 1.2g of cannabis in Swindon on the same day.

Salisbury Magistrates Court fined James £200 for the assaults and ordered him to pay a £80 surcharge.

They also ordered the forfeiture and destruction of the drugs during the hearing on December 15.

Benjamin Mortimer, 27, of Davies Road, stalked his ex-girlfriend and sent her around 1,900 emails between March 1 and August 25 after she broke up with him in 2022.

Salisbury Journal: Stalker Benjamin Mortimer outside court.Stalker Benjamin Mortimer outside court. (Image: Salisbury Journal)

One instance, between 11.40am and 6.14pm on June 20, Mortimer sent her 75 emails, roughly one every six minutes, but she didn't reply to any of them.

He was found guilty of stalking following a trial at Salisbury Magistrates Court on October 30.

District Judge sentenced him to a three-month curfew, a 12-month community order and ordered him to pay £314 in costs.

A 12-month restraining order was also put in place to protect Mortimer's victim.

Read more: ​Salisbury man Benjamin Mortimer on curfew for stalking ex girlfriend

Neil Preston, 38, of Hazel Place in Ludgershall, drove a transit van on Perham Crescent while over the drink-drive limit on November 22.

He had 41 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath when breathalysed.

Preston was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £80 and ordered to pay costs of £117.

Sharnna Bird, 32, of Spiders Island, stole £154.44 worth of meat from Sainsbury's on December 14.

She was imprisoned for six weeks because of her "wilful and persistent" failure to comply with her community order.

Salisbury Magistrates Court said Bird has a flagrant disregard for people, their property and court orders.