HERE are some of the latest Magistrates Court results from the last couple of weeks.

David Ogden

, 51, of Fry Close, Kingshill Meadow, Cirencester, admitted driving a vehicle on a road after the revocation of a driving licence on account of disability.

He committed the offence on April 12 at Southgate Mews, Cirencester, magistrates in Cheltenham were told.

Ogden did not appear in person before the court but he wrote pleading guilty to the offence.

District Judge Joti Bopa-Rai imposed three penalty points, fined Ogden £80 and ordered him to pay £85 prosecution costs.

Joshua Rayalo

, 19, of no fixed address, appeared at Cheltenham Magistrates' on August 5.

He admitted headbutting a male police officer and lashing out at a female PC when a drunken birthday party in Cirencester got out of hand in the early hours of August 3.

Rayloa was sentenced to 12 weeks in jail suspended for a year and ordered to pay a total of £150 compensation to the two officers.

He was also given a community order with six months drug rehabilitation requirement.

Russell Dorsett

, 53, of Burcombe Lane, North Cerney, was found guilty on two counts of owning of a dog which was dangerously out of control at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on July 23.

One count refers to a black and tan German shepherd named Elsa which injured a PCSO in Dorsett's garden on December 22 last year.

The other count refers to a white German shepherd, Ben, which is said to have been dangerously out of control in Burcombe Lane four days prior.

Dorsett was ordered to pay costs of £530.

Luke Moore

, 26, of Hagarth Close, Cirencester, was found guilty of assaulting a police officer at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on July 26.

The court heard how Moore assaulted the officer in Cirencester on March 6.

He was ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 months.

Moore was also ordered to pay costs of £685.

Jack Hope

, 32, of Chesterton Park, Cirencester, was sentenced to 12 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, and fined £120 at Swindon Magistrates' Court.

He stole £750 worth of items from M&S and knocked into a bicycle-riding PCSO as he fled from police on May 26.

As officers tried to cuff him, he lashed out and kicked North Swindon beat officer PC Sean Williams in the leg.

A breath test revealed Hope had 79 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35mg.

Hope pleaded guilty to theft of £747 of items from the Orbital branch of Marks & Spencer, driving without due care and attention, drink driving, assaulting an emergency worker and, separately, stealing £18 of alcohol from Asda Walmart.

He was also banned from driving for 20 months and ordered to pay £220 in costs and victim surcharge.

Ben Richards

, of Brunel Road, Cam, has been prosecuted by Stroud District Council for failing to pick up dog faeces from land subject to a Public Spaces Protection Order.

Richards did not attend the hearing at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court on July 29 and was found guilty in his absence.

He was fined £440 for the offence and ordered to pay £593 costs and a victim surcharge of £44, a total penalty of £1,077.

Shirley Ayres

, 40, of Oldbury Lane, Thornbury pleaded guilty to drink-driving at Bristol Magistrates' Court on August 6.

She was found to be more than twice the legal limit on Butt Lane on July 19.

Ayres gave a reading of 88 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35.

She was banned from driving for 17 months and ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £237.

Jennifer Amor

, 31, of Graces Field, Stroud, appeared at Cheltenham Magistrates Court on August 5 and admitted five charges of fraud by misrepresentation.

She knocked on people’s front doors and asked for money to feed a fictitious electric meter.

The offences were committed at various addresses in Stroud between February 5 and March 3.

The district judge imposed a six-month community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement, £25 fine and ordered Amor to pay £85 prosecution costs.

Victoria Everett

, 38, of Brick Row, pleaded guilty to assaulting a female officer in Stroud on April 27 when she appeared before Cheltenham magistrates on August 9.

Everett had already been given a conditional discharge for a previous assault offence.

At a hearing at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court on July 25, the case was adjourned to allow for a pre-sentence report to be prepared.

Everett was given unconditional bail until a subsequent hearing.