THESE nine people were sentenced for crimes they committed in and around Salisbury.

Liam Stuthridge, 24, of no fixed abode, stole a £2,000 bike from Salisbury on July 18.

Three days later, on July 21, Stuthridge attempted to steal two more bikes.

He was imprisoned for 10 days and ordered to pay £1,000 compensation at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Friday, January 5, where he indicated a guilty plea.

A custodial sentence was imposed because of Stuthridge's "flagrant disregard or people and their property".

Anthony Severs, 59, of River Way in Durrington, assaulted a man in the village on August 21.

He was sentenced to a 12-month community order during which he must complete 100 hours of unpaid work.

Severs, who pleaded guilty to the offence, must also pay £200 compensation to the victim and further court costs of £199.

Thomas Andrew Feltham, 29, of The Wirr in Steeple Langford, assaulted a police officer in Melksham on August 31 while serving a suspended prison sentence.

But Feltham was not sent to prison because magistrates found completion of the community requirements and Feltham's mitigation "exceptional reasons" not to activate the suspended custodial sentence.

The original offences for which Feltham was given a suspended prison sentence included racially or religiously aggravated fear/provocation of violence by words or writing, four counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker and criminal damage. All of these offences took place on March 27, 2021.

Feltham was ordered to pay £150 compensation to the victim and had to pay a further £450 to the court.

He was fined £50 for committing a further offence during a suspended sentence order.

Samuel Revell, 30, of Gibson Place in Longhedge, was caught driving a Ford Focus along Amesbury Road on December 1 while over the alcohol limit.

Revell had 47 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath, the limit is 35 microgrammes.

Magistrates disqualified him from driving for 14 months and fined him £400 after Revell pleaded guilty on Friday, January 5.

He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £160 surcharge.

Tia Gill, 22, of Netheravon Road in Durrington, had almost twice the legal amount of alcohol in her breath when she drove a Vauxhall Corsa along Salisbury Road on November 29.

Gill, who pleaded guilty to drink driving, had 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of her breath.

She was disqualified from driving for 17 months, fined £400 and ordered to pay £245.

Conrad Lane, 64, of Folley View in Salisbury, kept an SFM Roadster 125 motorbike which does not meet insurance requirements.

He was fined £146 and made to pay costs of £100 and a £58 surcharge.

Callum Robert Terrance Donnelly, 25, of Rambridge Crescent, failed to comply with the supervision requirements imposed after he was released from prison.

Donnelly didn't turn up to planned appointments on June 22 and July 21.

He also failed to reside each night at his approved address.

Salisbury Magistrates Court sentenced Donnelly to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work before March 9, 2024, and ordered him to pay £60.

Catalin Prodan, 35, of Laverstock Road, drove an Audi A4 along Catherine Street with 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath on May 7.

He was found guilty and disqualified from driving for 17 months.

Magistrates fined Prodan £865 and ordered him to pay a further £995.

Shannon Graham, 36, of Rampart Road, damaged the wall of Charlie's Store in Salisbury on May 31.

She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £50 costs after pleading guilty to the offence at Salisbury Magistrates Court on January 5.