THE following have been dealt with by Bradford and Keighley magistrates:

The following failed to comply with community order: Anthony Lowther, aged 28, Roundwood Avenue, Ravenscliffe; order varied with 12 hours’ unpaid work. Mohammed Sohail Malik, aged 27, of Aberdeen Terrace, Lidget Green; order to continue with curfew. Jimmy Greg Rodgers, aged 33, c/o Higher Coach Road, Baildon, Shipley; order varied with six hours unpaid work. Sarah Jayne Rourke, aged 37, of Elmwood Drive, Keighley; dealt with for the original offence of theft, committing a further offence during period of con-ditional discharge, community order made with curfew. Craig Smith, aged 44, of Apsley Villas, Apsley Crescent, Manningham; community order revoked, dealt with for the original offence of assault, community order made with curfew. Kelly Anne Wilson, aged 35, of Flockton Crescent, East Bowling; order to continue with residence requirement. Paul Anthony Woodhead, aged 44, of Skipton Road, Keighley; dealt with for the original offence of theft, community order made with curfew. Daniel Lacey, aged 30, of Central Avenue, Shipley; order made with curfew. Waseem Islam, aged 27, of East Avenue, Keighley; failure to comply with suspended sen-tence order, varied to detention for four months suspended for 12 months. Tahmur Shabir, aged 23, of Marshfield Street, West Bowling; failure to stop a person smoking, £600 fine, £238 costs. Azid Ahmed, aged 28, of Binnie Street, Barkerend; driving without a licence, £400 fine, £93.34 duty, £90 costs.

  • We wish to point out that all the information in this court file is provided by the magistrates’ court, which collates the details largely from prosecutors and the police. In calculating the amount of any fine, the court takes into account the income of the offender as well as the seriousness of the offence.