The day in court

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A woman who stole protein shakes worth £53 is among those who’ve appeared before magistrates in recent days.

James Stanton (24): Alder Street, Newton-le-Willows - Damaged a car to the value of £1,311 belonging to Lina Cernaite: 12-month community order with unpaid work requirement for 150 hours, restraining order not to contact Lina Cernaite or Mindaugas Zulys, pay compensation of £1,311, £60 surcharge to fund victim services, £200 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Lee Edward Callery (24): Scholes Lane, St Helens - Drug driving with cannabis traces in the blood: £120 fine, £30 surcharge to fund victim services, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, disqualified from holding a driving licence for 12 months.

Ian David Carrier (65): Napier Street, St Helens - Directed abusive comments towards Alan and Tina Carlton which they were prohibited from doing so by a restraining order: £120 fine, £30 surcharge to fund victim services, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Karen Ann Chorley (32): Pennine Drive, St Helens - Stole protein powder to the value of £53 belonging to Boots, being the parent of a child at St Cuthbert’s Community College, failed without reasonable cause to ensure they attended there, stole groceries worth £102 from Morrisons: Jailed for 28 days.

Nicola Lisa Eden (36): West End Road, Haydock - Stole meat to the value of £5 from the Co-op Late Shop: Conditional discharge for 18 months, £5.60 compensation, £15 surcharge to fund victim services, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.