The following cases have been before the courts over the last week concerning matters relating to people from Oldham or incidents in the town.

These cases called at Tameside Magistrates’ Court.

Dolars Pavlovskis was placed on a curfew and banned from the roads for a year after admitting two sets of motoring offences.

He pleaded guilty to driving in Oldham in August 2015 without a licence or insurance.

The 35-year-old was found behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Astra which he had no permission to drive.

He also admitted this month driving a Kia Sorrento in Oldham earlier this month with no insurance or a licence.

The man from Oldfield Street in Stoke on Trent was ordered to stay at his home between 7pm and midnight for four weeks.

Lisa Burns was fined £66 for taking place in a gathering of more than two people in breach of Covid regulations.

The 33-year-old admitted the offence which took place in her home on Afghan Street in Derker in August last year.

The following cases called at Manchester Magistrates’ Court

Daniel Pollitt-Smith was discharged unconditionally for 18 months after admitting damaging property belonging to a woman.

He admitted causing £250 of damage to a kitchen window in December last year.

The 38-year-old from Huddersfield Road in Oldham also faced a charge of attacking the woman involved but no evidence was offered.

Jaymie Dawson appeared in court to face allegations relating to drugs.

It is said the 26-year-old had cannabis in her possession on a single date in April this year in Oldham.

It is also alleged on the same day she had cocaine which she intended to supply.

The woman from Norwood Crescent in Oldham is further accused of acquiring criminal property in the form of cash at the same time.

She entered not guilty pleas to the allegations.

The case was sent to Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court where she will appear later this month.