Here are some of the recent cases heard before Wiltshire and Swindon magistrates courts.

Devizes: A 16-year-old girl has had a case at Wiltshire Youth Court against her adjourned so her mother can attend with her. She is accused of sending a Snapchat voice recording which was indecent or offensive nature intended to cause distress.

Chippenham: A 17-year-old youth has pleaded guilty to stealing a rucksack and contents, including a bank card and has been referred to the Wiltshire youth offender panel for a 12-month contract. He also admitted using the bank card to purchase goods worth £10, and asked for cashback of £11.

Trowbridge: 37-year-old Richard Caswell of Gladstone Road denied beating a woman in Calne, but admitted damaging a door belonging to Greensquare. He was fined £233 for that, and ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £32. He denied damaging a wall by throwing paint on it and had that, and the beating charge dismissed as no evidence was offered.

Bottlesford: Shaun Borrett, 53, of Meadowside had the offence of driving without due care and attention withdrawn after he successfully completed a driver alertness course.

Melksham: Sam Farley, 26, of Lincoln Green. pleaded guilty to sending a Facebook message via a third party, having been prohibited to do so with a restraining order. He also admited breaching another order of harassment and discolsing private sexual photographs with intent to cause distress. He has been ordered stay away from the woman concerned and will be sentenced at Swindon Crown Court in October.

Melksham: Shannon Graham, 33, of Church Walk has been remanded in custody after changing her plea to guilty, having been accused of driving under the influence of drugs and speeding. She had a case dismissed after no evidence was offered that she stole food and alcohol from the Co-op in Corsham.

She had denied the charge. But she admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order to keep in touch with her responsible officer, as well as stealing groceries and alcohol from Sainsburys in Chippenham and the Asda store in Melksham. She also changed her plea to guilty on another and admitted using abusive and insulting words and threatening violence towards a man, but denied damaging a woman’s VW Golf. She also changed her plea to guilty and said she did attack a police officer. All the cases to which she pleased guilty have been adjourned for reports.

Warminster: Garry Cooper,38, from Highbury Park has pleaded guilty to threatening to damage a police car, attacking a policeman and using threatening and abusive language towards police officers as well as having a metal girder as an offensive weapon. He denied attacking and threatening a woman causing actual bodily harm, damaging a door and a car, threatening another woman and attacking a man. He has been remanded on bail and ordered not to contact one of the women except via his mother, and to stay under curfew between 9pm-6am.

Melksham: Garry Naldi, 38, of Williams Close has admitted trespassing at a house in Devizes with intent to steal. He has been remanded on bail until the end of September and told not to go to Devizes.

Malmesbury: Anna Eldridge, 63, of White Lion Park, did not enter a plea for a drink-driving charge and her case has been adjourned.

Trowbridge: A community order has been made against Nathan Wiseman, 22, of Havelock Court after he pleaded guilty to threatening a woman and sending numerous text messages and phone calls. He has been given a restraining order to keep him away from the woman, and has been ordered to have treatment for alcohol dependency.

Trowbridge: Kirsty Gray, 41, of Eagle Park, pleaded guilty to damaging a man’s Ford Focus car. She was conditionally discharged for 12 months and ordered to pay £350 compensation.

Lyneham: Viliame Tawalo, 44, of Slessor Road, has admitted beating a woman. He was fined £85 and ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £90. He was given a community order and told he must carry out unpaid work for 100 hours.