A number of people from Bolton have recently appeared before the courts.

Magistrates have dealt with a variety of offences including breaching a restraining order, assault and criminal damage.

Berefin Aksoy attacked a woman in January this year.

The next day she threw paint causing damage to a property belonging to Bolton at Home.

The 23-year-old admitted assault and criminal damage at Manchester Magistrates' Court.

Aksoy, of Alder Street, Great Lever, was placed on a community order which will last for a year.

She must carry out a mental health treatment requirement which will run for nine months and ordered to do 15 rehabilitation activity requirement days.

She was also fined £50 and ordered to pay compensation of £350 over the damaged property and £150 to the woman who she attacked.

A restraining order was also imposed in respect of the woman she attacked which will last for a year.

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Daniel Wynne breached a restraining order by attending an address of a woman he was banned from seeing last month.

The 40-year-old admitted the offence at Wigan and Leigh Magistrates' Court.

Wynne, of Manchester Road, Westhoughton, was given a sentence of 12 weeks suspended for a year.

He was placed on a drug rehabilitation requirement to last for nine months.

Leighton Armstrong attacked a man in September last year.

The 45-year-old admitted actual bodily harm at Wigan and Leigh Magistrates' Court.

Armstrong, of Duddon Avenue, Breightmet, was placed on a community order to last for a year.

He was placed on an alcohol abstinence and monitoring programme to last for 60 days.

He was also ordered to do 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days and to complete 100 hours of unpaid work and to pay compensation of £100.