THESE nine people who live in and near Salisbury have recently appeared in court to be sentenced for crimes they committed.

Maxwell Pugsley, 52, of Randalls Croft Road in Wilton, stole £238 worth of alcohol from Waitrose on May 7, 2023.

The next day he was found with a quantity of cocaine in his possession.

Pugsley pleaded guilty to both offences and was sentenced to a community order with a three-month electronically monitored curfew during which he must remain at his home address from 9pm until 7am every day.

He must also complete 25 rehabilitation activity requirement days, pay £119 compensation and a further £199 in court costs and surcharges.

Nana Karikari, 47, of Winnipeg Road in Bulford, has been disqualified from driving for 14 months after driving along Culver Street on July 16 while over the alcohol limit.

Karikari had 46 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath. The legal limit is 35.

Magistrates fined him £460 and ordered him to pay £400 costs and a £184 surcharge.

Ryan Moore, 18, of Carmelite Way in Salisbury, committed arson by setting fire to a smart doorbell belonging to David Crispin on April 29.

Moore also had a quantity of cannabis in his possession when searched in Trowbridge.

He was sentenced to 80 hours of unpaid work and 25 rehabilitation days. Moore must pay £90 compensation.

A youth rehabilitation order made on July 11, 2023, was revoked.

An order to forfeit and destroy the cannabis was made during the hearing at Salisbury Magistrates Court on January 24.

Warren Birrell, 41, of Devizes Road, failed to provide a specimen of his breath for analysis in Salisbury on June 17.

He was sentenced to a 12-month community order which requires him to complete 100 hours of unpaid work.

Birrell, who pleaded guilty, was also banned from driving for 24 months and must pay a total of £199.

Kevin Chandler, 45, of The Beeches, assaulted police constable Ben Taylor in Salisbury before damaging a police cell in Swindon on December 12.

Chandler committed suicide before his sentencing hearing which was held at Salisbury Magistrates Court on January 19.

Ian Price, 65, of Edwards Road in Amesbury, drove a Volvo heavy articulated tractor in the central car park on July 24 while over the alcohol limit.

He had 47 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath.

Price pleaded guilty and was disqualified from driving for 14 months, fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £48 surcharge.

Karen Hunt, 40, of Pullman Drive, threatened Chloe Harnan, causing her harassment, alarm or distress, at Imber Avenue in Amesbury on June 18 and 19.

Hunt pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 12-month community order to complete 15 rehabilitation activity requirement days.

A restraining order was imposed to prohibit Hunt from contacting Chloe Harnan or Amanda Shields.

She also had to pay £85 costs alongside a £114 surcharge.

Emily Theresa Jeffers, 47, of Wiltshire Road in Harnham, drove a Peugeot along Bridge Street, Guildford, without insurance.

The repeat offender was banned from driving for six months and her record was endorsed with six penalty points.

Salisbury Magistrates Court fined Jeffers £120 and ordered her to pay £90 costs and a £34 surcharge.

Iana Nyder Fevriere, 35, of Sarsen Street in Amesbury drove a Ford Grand C-Max along Ladybridge Drive, Northampton, with no car insurance on July 16.

She was fined £660 and ordered to pay a £264 surcharge and £90 court costs.

Her driving record was also endorsed with six points during the Northampton Magistrates' Court hearing on January 17.