BRADLEY Jon Jackson, aged 30, of Summervale House, Manchester Street, Oldham, was jailed for the latest in what was described in court as “an appalling record of dishonesty”. He was sentenced to a total of 12 weeks behind bars for stealing two Dwalt sanders, worth £300; building trowels worth £31.80; a Dewalt electric drill worth £87 and attempting to steal another Dewalt drill worth £130, all belonging to B&Q.

VICKY Tindall, aged 47, of Hollinds Road, Oldham has been jailed for a total of 18 weeks for thefts from Tesco and a breach of an anti-social behaviour order. She entered the store in breach of her ASBO three times and stole alcohol and meat worth a total of £551.63. At an earlier hearing, Tindall has been given a six week suspended sentence for stealing items worth £420 from B&Q. The six week sentence was added to the 12 weeks imposed for the new offences. She was also ordered to pay compensation of £250.

TOM Crook, aged 23, of Rouches Way, Mossley, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order made by Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on January 8. The order was made after he assaulted a woman by beating at Victoria station, Manchester. A new community order was made and he was ordered to pay £60 costs.

KIERON Martin Maunsell, aged 26, of Rosen Square, Chadderton, failed to comply with supervision requirements imposed following his release from prison by failing to attend three appointments. The order will continue.

ETHAN Harvey, aged 19, of Fairbourne Walk, Derker, has been jailed for 14 days for failing to comply with supervision requirements following his release from prison, but not making contact with the responsible officer.

TREVOR Mayo, aged 46, of Broadbent Road, Oldham, was fined £100 with £50 for causing harassment, alarm or distress to a boy who cannot be identified for legal reasons. He is also prohibited from entering the boy’s school.

LEE Ullah, aged 43, of Birch Place, Werneth, has been jailed for 14 days for failing to turn up for two appointments which were part of the supervision requirements of his release from prison.

MOHAMMED Rashel Mia, aged 26, of Eldon Street, Oldham, has had a 35-day period of custody suspended to give him more time to pay a £960 fine.

WARRANTS were issued for the following for being in breach of supervision orders by failing to attend appointments: Alex Eric Cuthbert, aged 34, of Kenworthy Avenue, Ashton; Liam Anthnony Merritt, aged 31, of Glenridding Close, Oldham, and Stuart Holt, aged 40, of Howarth Street, Oldham.

WARRANTS were issued for the arrests of the following for failing to comply with community orders: Steven Francis Booth, aged 33, of Kenworthy Avenue, Ashton; Paul Donnelly, aged 52, of Edward Street, Oldham; Liam Anthony Merritt, aged 31, of Glenridding Close, Oldham; Christopher Holmes, aged 36, of Glebe Street, Ashton; David Usher, aged 33, Littlemoor Lane, Oldham.

A WARRANT was issued for the arrest of David John Handley, aged 31, of Chelbourne Drive, Hollinwood, for failure without reasonable excuse to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following release from prison, having failed to adhere to curfew requirements on numerous occasions.

HAFIZUS Samad was given an eight-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months and banned from driving for three years for failing to provide a specimen when suspected of driving while over the legal alcohol limit. The 25-year-old, of Lea View, Royton, also pleaded guilty to driving without a licence or insurance and had his licence endorsed. Magistrates heard he showed a blatant disregard for a court order and the safety of the public and drove despite being told by a police officer not to do so. He was also given an 80-hour unpaid work requirement and was ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £115 and £85 costs.