THESE seven people who live in and around Salisbury were recently sentenced for crimes they committed.

Douglas Jaques, 47, of Jubilee Court, attacked a man in Salisbury on June 20, 2023.

Jacques pleaded guilty to the single charge and was handed a six-month community order at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Monday, April 8.

He must complete 10 rehabilitation days and pay the victim £250 compensation.

Summer Leigh Underwood, of Sutton Close in South Newton, littered a cigarette butt in Brown Street on June 13, 2023.

The 27-year-old was fined £220 and ordered to pay further court costs of £155 and an £88 surcharge on April 2.

Darren Jackson, 39, of Saunders Avenue in Bishopdown, has appeared in court after criminally damaged a car's wing mirror, valued £358.80.

The incident took place a few minutes down the road from his home at Poplar Way on October 11, 2023.

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Jackson pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 12-month conditional discharge at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on Thursday, March 28.

He was ordered to pay full compensation to the car's owner.

Nagmaldeen Yagoub, 23, of Devizes Road, didn't pay car tax last year. This was discovered on October 7.

The previous licence expired on April 11 and the annual rate of duty was £200.

Yagoub, who pleaded guilty, was fined £146 and ordered to pay a vehicle excise back duty of £50. They also had to pay £200 costs on April 5.

Thomas Wickham, 27, of Devereux Road, had a quantity of cannabis in his possession in Amesbury on December 17.

Wickham pleaded guilty and was fined £166 and had to pay £85 costs on April 5.

The drugs were forfeited and destroyed.

Lloyd Biddlecombe, 32, of Westwood Road, failed to provide a specimen of blood when required to do so on October 20, 2023, in Salisbury.

He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 60 hours of unpaid work to be completed within 12 months from April 5.

Biddlecombe was also disqualified from driving for six months and ordered to pay £85 costs as well as a £114 surcharge.

Sharnna Bird, of Spiders Island in Alderbury, failed to attend three post-custodial supervisions this year.

The 33-year-old didn't turn up to appointments on February 6, 15 and 22. Bird provided no evidence of a reasonable excuse.

Bird admitted the breach and Salisbury Magistrates' Court ordered her to pay £60 costs on April 8.