- A TEENAGER who climbed onto a woman’s roof, lay outside her window and continually called her on her phone has pleaded guilty to harassing her.

Manchester magistrates heard how Kane Swain, aged 18, of Wren Ride, Bury, travelled to the woman’s home in Crawley, West Sussex, on February 13.

He was fined £185 plus £170 in costs, must participate in 20 days of rehabilitation activities and a restraining order was made banning him from contacting his victim.

- A FRAUDSTER who sold caravans that he was supposed to be repairing for their Radcliffe owners has been sentenced to do 200 hours unpaid work.

Keith Harrison, aged 59, of Warburton Close, Romiley, committed the offence against Elaine Surplus between August 31 and October 10 2015 and Christine Haughton between June 30 2015 and September 2015.
He also provided a warranty for a motorhome to someone in Radcliffe when one was not in place.

Harrison pleaded guilty to committing the offences and, in addition to the unpaid work, was ordered to pay his victims a total of £1,300 in compensation.

- A SHOPLIFTER has been jailed for 26 weeks by Manchester magistrates after stealing three coats, worth £450, from Debenhams in Manchester on October 16 last year and a Philips Lumea shaver, valued at £1,040, from Boots in Liverpool on February 18.

Ahmad Mostafa, aged 28, of Ainsworth Road, Bury, pleaded guilty to the offences and the court heard previous non-custodial orders have failed to prevent him stealing.

- A TEENAGER who breached a restraining order on April 26, banning her from going to Eton Hill Road, Bury, has appeared before Manchester magistrates.

Alice Orr, aged 18, of Campbell Close, Walshaw, pleaded guilty, was fined £10 plus an £85 surcharge and was ordered to participate in 40 days of rehabilitation activities.

- A MAN who assaulted a woman in Bury on April 18 has been ordered to have in-patient mental health treatment.
At Manchester Magistrates’ Court Phillip Evans, aged 52, of Frank Street, Bury, pleaded guilty to causing the woman actual bodily harm.

- SEVERAL people have been fined, at Wigan Magistrates’ Court, for using a television without a licence. They were each also ordered to pay £150 in costs and charges.

They are: Wayne Edge, aged 39, of Ferngrove, Bury, fined £60; Sheishano Stewart, aged 29, of Rochdale Road, Bury, fined £220; Paula Tokarova, aged 53, of Kestrel Drive, Bury, fined £60; Kimberley Dawson, aged 39, of St Johns Court, New Road, Radcliffe, fined £40; Vivienne Lee, aged 25, of Hastings Road, Prestwich, fined £60; Rebecca Mallett, aged 23, of Park View Road, Prestwich, fined £60; Debra Ward, aged 55, of Rochester Avenue, Prestwich, fined £60.