Here is a summary of cases involving people from Chorley and Leyland.
Simon Collison, 32, of NFA, was sent to prison for 18 weeks by Preston magistrates for two counts of criminal damage and breaking a restraining order. He damaged a Tablet, with £70, and caused £1,500 of damage to a car. He committed the offence whilst under a suspended sentence. He also had to pay £130 compensation. The offences happened in Parker Street, Chorley, on August 18.
Liam John Doherty, 31, of Park Road, Adlington, was fined £350 by Preston magistrates for driving without insurance. He also had to pay £35 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. His record was endorsed with six points, The offence happened in Highfield Road, Adlington, on December 2.
Jake Mannion, 22, of Bannister Drive, Leyland, was given a community order with unpaid work and rehabilitation by Preston magistrates for possessing cannabis and taking a vehicle without consent. He was also charged with driving without valid insurance and a licence. He had to pay £85 court costs and £85 victim surcharge. He was also disqualified from driving for six months. The offences happened in West Paddock, Leyland, on February 25.
Quine Skillen, 21, of Church Hill, Whittle-Le-Woods, was given a community order with a curfew by Preston magistrates for taking a vehicle without owner’s consent. He was also charged with driving dangerously on the M6 and not having insurance and a licence. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months and his record was endorsed. The offences happened on June 23 and 24.
Jason Craig Martin, of NFA, was sent to prison by Preston magistrates for two weeks for damaging a police vehicle. The value of the damage was £500. He had to pay £115 victim surcharge.
The offence happened in Chorley on August 19.