BEFORE THE BENCH
THE following people have all appeared before South and East Cheshire Magistrates Courts. ●● JOHN Hall, 45, of Sunnybank Close, Macclesfield, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.
He was given a community order with curfew to remain indoors from 7pm to 7am for six weeks. ●● ROBERTA Scott, 48, of Mill Lane, Macclesfield, admitted assault. She was given a conditional discharge. ●● CHRISTIAN James, 42, of Warwick Close, Macclesfield, admitted nine charges of theft.
He was given a community order with curfew preventing him from leaving the house between 7pm to 7am for four weeks, drug rehabilitation, and drug and alcohol treatment. ●● REECE Flynn, 24, of London Road, Macclesfield, admitted breaching a community order he received for driving an off-road bike while unfit from drugs. He was given a community order with curfew banning him from leaving his home from 7pm to 7am for 10 weeks. ●● CHRISTOPHER Wayne Hibbert, 39, of Percyvale Street, Macclesfield, admitted possession of two hack saw blades for use in the attempted theft of alcohol, shavers and a watch, and attempted theft from Sainsbury’s in Macclesfield. He was jailed for 20 weeks. ●● JORDAN James Hulse, 20, of St Paul’s Court, Macclesfield, admitted breaching a community order by failing to attend unpaid work sessions.
He was given a three month curfew preventing him from leaving his home between 7pm and 7am until November 23. ●● CARLEY Herrmann, 34, of Knight Street, Macclesfield, admitted three charges of theft. She was jailed for six weeks and ordered to pay compensation of £97.49. ●● LIAM Max Wilson, 19, of Grimshaw Lane, Bollington, admitted using threatening or abusive words of behaviour. He was fined £100. ●● SIMON Charles Burnley, 40, of Mill Lane, Macclesfield, admitted indecent exposure. He was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison suspended for a year. ●● RICHARD Pickles, 21, of Fir Court, Macclesfield, admitted assault.
He was given a community order with rehabilitation activity requirement.
He was also fined £250 and ordered to pay £200 compensation. ●● ADRIAN Murray, 19, of Stanley Place, Macclesfield, admitted theft of a mobile phone. He was given a conditional discharge.