Here is a summary of cases involving people from Chorley and Leyland
Mihaita Badescu Cozmin, 26, of Commercial Road, Chorley, was fined £400 for driving whilst under the influence of alcohol.
He was disqualified from driving for 18 months and had to pay £40 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. He had to pay a further £200 fine for driving without insurance or a licence. His driving record was endorsed. The offence happened in Lower Burgh Way, Chorley, on October 11.
Sally Cooke, 64, of Foxcote, Chorley, was fined £660 for failing to give information about the driver of a vehicle, who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. She also had to pay £85 court costs and £66 victim surcharge. Her record was endorsed with six points. The offence happened on May 17.
Kerry Ann Harrison, 27, of Harrison Road, Chorley, was bound over in the sum of £100 for six months to keep the peace.
James Paul Whiteside, 32, of Clayton Avenue, Leyland, was sent to prison for 10 weeks for assaulting a man and stealing three bottles of vodka worth £94 from Marks and Spencer in Preston. He also had to pay £115 victim surcharge. He was also sentenced to two weeks in prison for failing to surrender to custody, after being released on bail. The offence happened on June 17.
Steven Anthony Yates, 51, of Clover Field, Clayton-le-Woods, was given a community order with rehabilitation by Preston magistrates for driving whilst unfit to drive through drink. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months and had to pay £85 victim surcharge and £150 court costs. The offence happened on April 14.
Paul Corcoran, 46, of Hampson Avenue, Leyland, was fined £220 by Preston magistrates for travelling on a train without buying a ticket. He had to pay £12.10 compensation and £150 court costs. The offence happened in Leyland on June 13.