A ROUND-UP of people who have been convicted recently

A BURGLAR caught trying to steal from a supermarket has been electronically tagged.

Manchester magistrates heard how Leigha Donnellan, aged 30, of The Willows, Bradley, Fold, Bolton, attempted to burgle the Aldi store in Swinton Hall Road, Swinton, on November 23.

She pleaded guilty to committing the offence and was sentenced to a 7pm to 7am monitored curfew for two weeks.

Donnellan was also ordered to have treatment for alcohol and drug addiction for six months and participate in 20 days of rehabilitation activities.

She was told she must pay the store £75 in compensation and £180 in costs and charges.

Tony Meek, of Tig Fold Road, Farnworth, who admitted committing the same offence at the store, was jailed for 20 weeks and ordered to pay the shop £75 in compensation.

At the time Meek, aged 30, was already subject to a suspended prison sentence for a drink-driving offence committed in April and magistrates heard that he had “a flagrant disregard for court orders”.

A DRINK driver who had no licence or insurance has been banned from the roads for 20 months.

At Wigan Magistrates’ Court Daniel Hendrick, aged 46, of Taywood Road, Bolton, pleaded guilty to driving a Fiat 500 on Wigan Road, Bolton on February 28.

He had drunk more than double the legal alcohol limit.

As well as the driving ban Hendrick was fined £345 plus £85 towards prosecution costs and a £34 victim surcharge.

A BOLTON man who failed to identify the driver of an Audi S3, alleged to have committed an offence, to police has been banned from driving for six months.

At Bolton Magistrates’ Court the case against Hanif Bux, aged 57, of Gaythorne Street, was proved in his absence.

He was fined £500 with £85 costs.

A HORWICH woman who failed to provide a breath sample to police has been banned from holding a driving licence for 16 months.

Bolton magistrates heard how Lisa Close, aged 50, of Carwood Grove, was asked to provide a sample by police in Bury on May 6.

But she did not do so, the court was told, and admitted she did not have a reasonable excuse for failing to comply.

Close, who initially denied committing the offence, was fined £405 plus £310 in prosecution costs and a £41 victim surcharge.

MAGISTRATES have fined a man £660 after he failed to provide police with the identity of a driver who was suspected of committing an offence in a Mercedes C220.

The case against Ross Hadfield, aged 42, of Southgrove Avenue, Bolton, who had failed to name the driver, was found proved.

He was banned from holding a driving licence for 18 months and, as well as the fine, was ordered to pay £151 in costs and charges.

MAGISTRATES have banned a woman from holding a licence for 12 months after she was caught drink driving.

At Wigan Magistrates’ Court Collette Paul, aged 30, of Greenbank Road, Radcliffe, pleaded guilty to committing the offence when she drove a VW Tiguan on Church Street, Little Lever, on November 20.

In addition to the driving ban, Paul was fined £80 and ordered to pay £117 in costs and charges.

A MAN who used threatening behaviour towards another person has been fined £320 by Manchester magistrates.

Gary Thomas, aged 47, of Church Street, Horwich, committed the offence on October 16 and pleaded guilty when he appeared in court.

As well as the fine, Thomas was ordered to pay his victim £50 in compensation and he must also pay £119 in costs and charges.