THESE seven people who live in and around Salisbury have appeared in court this week to be sentenced for crimes they committed.

James Alexander Jordan, 43, of St Thomas Square in Salisbury, was the director of Oak Leaf Developments (SW) Limited and failed to deliver a copy of its accounts to Companies House for the financial year ending September 31, 2022.

Jordan had until April 30, 2023, to deliver the accounts to the Registrar of Companies in Cardiff.

He was proved guilty in his absence at Cardiff Magistrates' Court on Thursday, February 8, where he was fined £220 and ordered to pay £75 costs and an £88 surcharge.

Jack Charles Ireland, 30, of Fairfield Road, had his requirement to complete unpaid work revoked on the grounds it is "unworkable".

Charles smashed his ex-girlfriend back door after turning up late and drunk for dinner on October 27, 2021.

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Salisbury Magistrates' Court fined Charles £80 and revoked the order on Monday, February 12.

Jake Cooper, 18, of Wick Lane in Downton, damaged a car  in Amesbury on October 5 last year.

Cooper pleaded guilty to criminal damage at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on February 9 where he was ordered to pay £250 compensation.

No order for costs or a surcharge was imposed due to Cooper's financial circumstances.

Aaron Hemmings, 36, of Greencroft Street, harassed a woman in that he repeatedly walked past her house and contacted her by phone and email.

The harassment, which Hemmings pleaded guilty to, took place between June 7, 2023, and July 26, 2023.

Hemmings was fined £500 and a restraining order was imposed, preventing him from contacting the victim or entering the road where she lives.

Magistrates' also ordered Hemmings to pay a £200 surcharge and £85 costs.

Michael Hill, of The Close, Morgans Vale, damaged a fence between October 6 and October 9 last year.

Hill pleaded guilty and was fined £80. No compensation was offered to the victim as no details or costs of the damage Hill caused were provided to the court.

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Darren Corlett, 58, of Heronswood in Harnham, drove a Mitsubishi on Minster Street on January 4 with almost twice the legal limit of alcohol in his system.

A roadside breath test revealed that Corlett had 67 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath. The legal limit is 35.

Corlett pleaded guilty to the offence and was disqualified from driving for 15 months at Salisbury Magistrates Court on February 9.

He must also pay a £249 fine, £100 surcharge and £85 towards court costs.

James Boyt, 32, of St Andrews Court in South Newton, failed to provide a specimen for analysis at Swindon on December 21.

Boyt, who pleaded guilty, was fined £415 and his driving record was endorsed with 10 penalty points.

He was also made to pay a £166 surcharge and £85 court costs.