THESE six people have appeared in court to be sentenced for crimes they committed in and near Salisbury.

Jethro Binns, 44, of Hill Road in Laverstock, stole a bag containing a laptop and cash to the value of around £2,140 belonging to Dominic Sidaway in Salisbury on October 15, 2023.

Binns indicated a guilty plea and was sentenced at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on Friday, March 1.

He was ordered to pay £2k in compensation, fined £80 and must pay further court costs of £85 as well as a £32 surcharge.

Brodey Polkinghorn-Jones, 19, of Glyndebourne Close, drove an E-Scooter along Wilton Road without a valid license, insurance and while he had traces of cannabis in his blood on September 19.

Police found 10mcg of cannabis per litre of Polkinghorn-Jones' blood. The legal limit is just 2mcg.

For this offence, he was disqualified from holding a license for 12 months.

Polkinghorn-Jones, who pleaded guilty to the three charges, was also fined £80 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a 32 surcharge at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on March 1.

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Carl Brown, 37, of Buckeridge Road, pleaded guilty to assaulting someone in Wilton on two occasions, September 16 and October 19, 2023.

Appearing at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on March 1, Brown was fined £326 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £130 surcharge.

No restraining order or order for compensation was made because the complainant "wishes to move on with her life".

Garry Blake, 40, of Hart Close in Wilton, drove a Vauxhall on North Street while over the drink-drive limit on February 7. He had 55 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath, the legal limit is 35mcg.

Blake pleaded guilty and was banned from obtaining a license for 12 months at a Salisbury Magistrates' Court hearing on March 1. His disqualification will be reduced by three months if he completes a drink driving awareness course.

He was also fined £625 and must pay £85 costs and a £250 surcharge.

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Daniel Brindley, 32, of Fordingbridge, drove an Audi A5 on the A338 Wessex Way in Bournemouth on January 31 while he was nearly three times over the drink-drive limit.

Brindley had 95mcg of alcohol in 100 millilitres of his breath. The legal limit is 35mcg.

He was given an obligatory driving disqualification of 24 months at Poole Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, March 4.

Brindley was also fined £360 and had to pay £85 costs and a £144 surcharge.