DEVIZES: Paul Tyrer, 65, of Easterton, Devizes, indicated guilty pleas to breaching a sexual harm prevention order made by Cheshire Magistrates’ Court in March last year by deleting the Kik messenger app and its history. He also admitted failing to comply with requirements under the sex offender register by not telling the police about four bank cards within three days of receiving them.

He was granted unconditional bail to appear before Swindon Magistrates’ Court on August 14 for sentence.

TROWBRIDGE: Kieran Reilly, 24, of Aldeburgh Place, Trowbridge, admitted possession of a gramme of cannabis in his home town last September. He was fined £184 and ordered to pay a £32 victim surcharge.

The Crown offered no evidence on a charge he assaulted a woman last July. He had denied the assault.

WILTSHIRE: Police were given an extra six months to retain £8,640 seized from Matthew Jewell, 40, of Southampton Road, Salisbury. The application to retain the cash was made under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

ROYAL WOOTTON BASSETT: Charlie O’Brien, 18, of Windmill Road, admitted driving a Suzuki Swift without due care and attention. He was fined £123, given three points on his licence and ordered to pay £117 in costs and surcharge.

ROYAL WOOTTON BASSETT: Nicky Millard, 32, of Queens Road, was jailed for 14 weeks after admitting three counts of putting a woman in fear of violence, an offence under the 1997 Protection from Harassment Act. He had sent her a number of menacing and abusive messages via WhatsApp, also calling to say she would be assaulted.

WILTSHIRE: Frances Pleydell-Bouverie, 46, of Anderson Road, Salisbury, admitted failing to comply with a community protection notice by being in Salisbury with an open bottle of booze and being abusive, assaulting emergency workers and breach of a suspended sentence. She was jailed for 10 weeks.

CORSHAM: Patrick Wyles, 48, of Neston, Corsham, admitted two counts of drink driving and driving without a licence or insurance.

He was behind the wheel of a BMW on Westwells Road when he was stopped on March 8. Tests showed he had 79 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35.

Four months later, on July 17, he was driving a VW Golf on Moor Green, Neston, with 57 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath.

He was fined £1,100, banned from driving for two years and ordered to pay £151 in costs and surcharge.

ROYAL WOOTTON BASSETT: Charges have been dropped against two brothers accused of assault.

Nicholas Bray, 23, of Barnard Street, Salisbury, and Joshua Bray, 22, of Fairfield, Wootton Bassett, had faced allegations of battery and criminal damage. They denied the charges.

The Crown has discontinued its prosecution.

SWINDON: Jake Morrish, 25, of Elborough Road, Moredon, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of post-sentence supervision. He failed to receive a home visit from his probation officer and didn’t attend appointments in June. He was jailed for seven days.

SWINDON: Mark Stiggers, 30, of Shaftesbury Avenue, pleaded guilty to stealing £24.60-worth of sausage rolls from Morrisons on July 15. He also admitted breaching a community order.

Magistrates gave him another chance, sentencing him to an 18 month community order with up to 30 rehabilitation activity requirement days. He must pay £7 compensation of £180 in costs and surcharge.

SWINDON: Neil Bambrick, 38, of no fixed address, admitted three counts of vehicle interference, stealing £50 cash, bank cards and a driver’s licence, using the bank cards to defraud the owner out of £190, criminal damage and disorderly behaviour.

Magistrates jailed him for 12 weeks, saying the offences were part of a spree committed on July 7 and 8 and committed while on licence. He has a past record of offending.