These people have all been sentenced for violence or threatening behaviour

A MAN who racially abused three people in Bury on June 2 has been jailed for 24 weeks by Manchester magistrates. The court heard that Daniel Brearley, aged 35, of Bolton Road, Bury, used threatening behaviour towards his victims and at the time he was already subject to a suspended prison sentence for criminal damage and assault. Brearley pleaded guilty and, in addition to the jail sentence was ordered to pay his victims a total of £300 in compensation.

MAGISTRATES have ordered a man to undertake 80 hours of unpaid work after he damaged a woman’s mobile phone and assaulted a police officer on September 10 last year. Karol Wodarczyk, aged 39, of Bolton Road, Bury, pleaded guilty to committing the offences when he appeared before Manchester magistrates. He was also ordered to participate in 22 days of rehabilitation activities, pay a £95 victim surcharge and £100 in compensation to the woman.

MAGISTRATES have ordered a man to do 100 hours of unpaid work after he admitted assaulting a woman in Bury on January 28 and damaging her window pane. At Manchester Magistrates’ Court Tomas Lakatos, aged 41, of Wellington Road, Bury, was also ordered to participate in 20 days of rehabilitation activities and pay £295 in costs and charges. A restraining order was made banning him from contacting his victim and he was ordered to pay her £100 in compensation.

MAGISTRATES have sentenced a man to a conditional discharge for 12 months after he admitted using threatening behaviour in Bury on December 21 last year. At Manchester Magistrates’ Court Kieran Gould, aged 33, of Milford Drive, Bury, was also ordered to pay £107 in costs and charges.

A RADCLIFFE teenager has been electronically tagged after pleading guilty to threatening violence in Manchester on June 2. At Manchester Youth Court the 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons was made subject to a 10pm to 7am curfew for eight weeks and ordered to participate in a weapons awareness course. He must also pay £107 in costs and charges.