THESE six people were sentenced in Salisbury Magistrates' Court this week.

Each of these people were sentenced at Salisbury's court on Monday, March 18.

Darren Jackson, 39, of Sanders Avenue, Bishopdown Farm, assaulted PC James Bedding in Trowbridge on September 13, 2023.

Jackson pleaded guilty and was given a 12-month community order, during which he must complete 80 hours of unpaid work.

He was also ordered to pay £150 compensation to PC Bedding in addition to £300 costs and a £114 surcharge.

Mark Hope, 56, of Tintern Court, Blackfriars Way, breached a non-molestation order three times namely between November 8 and December 4, January 20 and February 3.

In the first instance, Hope visited the complainant at the hospital several times which he was prohibited from doing by a non-molestation order made by Winchester Family Law Court on February 9, 2023.

A little over a month later, Hope left the complainant a voicemail before sending her a parcel on February 3.

Hope was sentenced to a 12-month community order and must complete 29 days of a 'Building Better Relationships' rehabilitation activity. He must also participate in up to 20 days worth of probation appointments.

Magistrates fined him £200, imposed a restraining order and ordered him to pay £85 costs. His guilty plea was taken into account.

Muriel Wrench, 82, of High Street, Tilshead, drove an Audi A1 without due care and attention along Market Place in Warminster on July 27, 2023.

She was fined £273 and her five penalty points were added to her driving record. A single magistrate ordered her to pay £90 costs and a £109 surcharge.

Laura Hamblin, 21, of Pauls Dene Road, was also sentenced for driving without due care and attention.

She carelessly drove a Vauxhall Corsa along Stratford Tony Road on August 4, 2023.

Hamblin was found guilty fined £410 and ordered to pay £90 costs and a £164 surcharge. Five points were added to her record.

Timothy Angliss, 38, of Mill Hill Avenue, Tidworth, drove a BMW X5 along the A338 without a valid licence or insurance on July 6, 2023.

Found guilty in his absence, Angliss was fined £400 and his driving record was endorsed, but not with any points.