A number of people from Bury has recently been dealt with by magistrates courts.

People have been dealt with for motoring offences and getting on a train without a ticket.

Oskar Cieslak drove a BMW at 110mph on the M62 in Halifax in April this year.

The 29-year-old admitted this and careless driving on the same occasion at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court.

Cieslak, of Market Street, Bury, was fined £1,024 and given six points on his licence.

Matthew Nash failed to identify the driver of a vehicle to police when required to do so.

Greater Manchester Police required the 34-year-old to tell them who had been driving a BMW whose driver was alleged to have been involved in an offence in April this year.

Tameside Magistrates' Court found he failed to do so.

Nash, of Broad Oak Lane, Bury, was fined £180 and banned from the roads for 28 days.

Samuel Ainsley drove an Audi at 99mph on the M62 between Junction 19 and 20 in Rochdale.

The 54-year-old carried out the offence in May this year.

The case against him was proved at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court.

Ainsley, of Topping Fold Road, Bury, was fined £440 and given four points on his licence.

Jamie Wilkinson entered the Victoria Station in Manchester without a ticket or a legal reason to be there.

The 21-year-old carried out the offence in May this year

The case against her was proved at Tameside Magistrates' Court.

Wilkinson, of Ormrod Street, Bury, was fined £220.