A ROUND-UP of cases dealt with by magistrates.

A MAN has been jailed for six months after he headbutted a woman on June 6 last year. Jordan Coldray, aged 24 of Castle Street, Bolton, pleaded guilty to causing actual bodily harm.

A MAN has been ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work after he breached a restraining order by visiting a woman’s home in Lostock on July 15 last year. Andrew Bridgford, aged 32, denied committing the offence but was convicted following a trial. Bridgford, of Barton Road, Farnworth, was ordered to pay his victim £200 in compensation and participate in 25 days of rehabilitation activities.

MAGISTRATES have ordered a man to participate in 25 days of rehabilitation activities after he admitted assaulting a man in Bolton on May 29. Adam Smith, aged 27, of Green Fold Lane, Westhoughton, was fined £100 and must pay £100 in compensation to his victim.

A MOTORIST has been banned from the roads for 13 months after he was caught drug-driving. Andrew Dickinson was driving a Peugeot 207 on Milton Road, Radcliffe, on September 4 last year after using cannabis. Dickinson, aged 43, of Bolton Road, Radcliffe, was fined.

A BANNED driver caught behind the wheel of a VW Polo has been electronically tagged. Matthew Rawlinson, aged 33, was disqualified from driving when he was found using the car on Pioneer Close, Horwich, on November 20 last year. Rawlinson, of Musgrave Gardens, Bolton, pleaded guilty to driving while banned and possessing cannabis. He was sentenced to a 7pm to 7am curfew for 12 weeks and cannot apply for a driving licence for 12 months.

MAGISTRATES have fined Chloe Hampson, aged 32, of Hatherlow Court, Westhoughton, £200 after she admitted obstructing a police officer on March 26.

MAGISTRATES have banned Ricky McGregor, aged 42, of St James Street, Farnworth, from the roads for 17 months after he was caught drink-driving in a Skoda in Bolton Road, Bolton, on March 31. He was also fined £120.

A BENEFIT cheat has been electronically tagged after failing to tell the Department for Work and Pensions that he was employed. Moosa Ali, aged 54, of Elgin Street, Bolton, committed the offence between December 2017 and May 2019. He pleaded guilty to failing to notify a change of circumstances and was sentenced to an 8pm to 6am curfew for eight weeks and must participate in 15 days of rehabilitation activities.