A number of people from Bury have recently been before the courts.

Magistrates have dealt with a variety of offences including criminal damage, assaults and driving matters.

Dilbargh Sing attacked a woman in December last year.

On the same date he caused £60 of damage to her clothing.

The 40-year-old admitted assault by beating and criminal damage at Manchester Magistrates' Court.

Sing, of Manchester Road, Bury, was given a sentence of 15 weeks suspended for 18 months.

He was ordered to do an alcohol treatment requirement for six months and 29 rehabilitation activity requirement days.

A restraining order was also made banning him from contacting the woman he attacked, which is to run for five years.

Kane Sykes drove on Bury Old Road, Bury, in an Audi with no insurance and while disqualified in March this year.

The 29-year-old also failed to stop when required to do so.

Sykes, of Rydal Grove, Whitefield, admitted the three offences at Manchester Magistrates' Court and was given a sentence of eight weeks suspended for a year and was ordered to do 10 rehabilitation activity requirement days, fined £100 and banned from the roads for 19 months.

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Jiri Corvin attacked a woman in March last year.

He admitted assault at Tameside Magistrates' Court.

The 30-year-old, of Thatch Leach Lane, Whitefield, was given a sentence of 20 weeks suspended for a year.

A restraining order, preventing him from contacting the woman he attacked, was imposed for a year.

Callum Johnson harassed a woman over a three-day period in March this year.

The 28-year-old caused the woman to fear violence would be used against her.

Johnson, of Heywood Road, Prestwich, admitted harassment at Manchester Magistrates' Court.

He was placed on a community order to last until November next year.

He was ordered to do 26 rehabilitation activity requirement days and complete 150 hours of unpaid work.

A restraining order, banning him from contacting the woman he harassed, was also imposed until November next year.