THE following cases have been dealt with at Tameside Magistrates' Court

GARY Boyd Douglas, aged 46, of Mayall Street East, Oldham, failed to comply with a suspended sentence order made by Tameside Magistrates’ Court on January 30 by failing to attend two appointments. The suspended sentence imposed for the offence of criminal damage, assault and possession of an offensive weapon on September 2, 2017 has been varied to three months’ prison suspended for 18 months. Douglas must now comply with supervision requirements for 12 months, including treatment for drug dependency as a non-resident for six months. An unpaid work requirement has been removed and he must pay costs of £30.

CAMERON Issac Mills, aged 19 of Salts Street, Shaw, failed to comply with supervision requirements imposed following release from jail by not attending three appointments. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

DARREN John Norry, aged 34, of Counthill Road, Oldham failed to comply with a community order made by Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court on May 21 by failing to report on three occasions to his responsible officer for unpaid work. He must now comply with rehabilitation activity with instructions from the responsible officer and attend appointments or participate in any activity required by the officer up to a maximum of 18 days. He must also continue unpaid work. Norry was also ordered to pay £60 costs.

WILLIAM Fogg, aged 26, of Spring Street, Greenacres, failed to comply with a suspended sentence order made by Tameside Magistrates’ Court on July 26 by not reporting for two appointments. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

JASON Michael Knight, aged 24, of Falkirk Street, Clarksfield, failed to comply comply with a suspended sentence order made by Tameside Magistrates’ Court on July 26, by failing to report for two appointments. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

SHEIK Mohammed Azhar, aged 34, of Goddard Street, Oldham, made contact with a woman on numerous occasions by email when prohibited from doing so by a restraining order imposed by Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court on February 26. Azhar was given a community order and was subjected to a curfew with electronic monitoring for eight weeks and must remain at his home address between 7pm and 7am from September 25 to November 19, 2018. He must also pay costs of £85 and £85 into victim services.

CATHERINE Emma Mahon, aged 35, of Cheetham Street, Failsworth, stole a pair of underarmour shorts worth £22.99 from Sports Direct in Blackpool. A warrant was issued for her arrest.

JOSHUA Terence Higgins, aged 23, of Glebe Street, Chadderton, committed a racially aggravated assault on another man. Higgins must now undergo treatment for alcohol dependency under the direction of the probation service for nine months and take part in rehabilitation activity up to a maximum of 25 days. Higgins was also issued with a restraining order banning him from entering Oldham Foodstores in Ashton Road, Oldham. He was fined £50, ordered to pay £85 costs and £85 to victim services and £100 compensation to his victim. Addtionally, Higgins used threatening behaviour towards a police constable, for which he must also pay £100 compensation.

DANIEL Evans, aged 24, of Laburnum Avenue, Chadderton, assaulted a woman and caused £500 of damage to a TV belonging to his victim on August 3. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £20 to victim services and costs of £400.

KELLY Leigh McLeod, aged 29, of Buckfast Avenue, Oldham, stole razor blades Niquitin tablets worth £151.50 from Sainsbury’s in Ashton. Tameside magistrates have issued a warrant for her arrest.

DENNIS Pauley, aged 49, Stockfield Mount, Chadderton, has been fined £50 and ordered to pay £85 into victim services for handling stolen bank cards. He must also comply with drug rehabilitation treatment and undertake rehabilitation activity, under the supervision of a responsible officer up to a maximum of 15 days.