Here is a summary of cases at Chorley and Preston magistrates' courts.
James Archer, 22, of Park Road, Adlington, was given a conditional discharge for 18 months by Chorley magistrates for assaulting a woman. He also had to pay £50 compensation, £20 victim surcharge and £150 court costs. The offence happened on July 5,
David Francis Huber, 55, of Pear Tree Road, Croston, was disqualified from driving for six months by Chorley magistrates for failing to give information relating to the driver of a vehicle, who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He also had to pay £578 fine and £150 court costs. His record was endorsed with six points. The offence happened in Preston on December 12.
Kristian Raymond Gore, 31, of Shireburne Drive, Duxbury Manor, Chorley, was given a suspended sentence for three counts of assault, including assaulting a female police officer, and one count of using threatening or abusive words. He also has to undertake an alcohol treatment requirement and unpaid work. He also had to pay £700 compensation. The offences happened on August 22 in Chorley.
John Molineux, 36, of Cocker Bar Road, Bretherton, was given a community order with a six-week electronic curfew by Preston magistrates, for two counts of theft. He stole food to the value of £62.63, belonging to Martin McColls on July 15 and food to the value of £22.85, belonging to Spar, in Leyland on July 14. He had to pay compensation for the value of goods.
Zoe Anne McCall, 40, of Duxbury Manor Way, Chorley, was fined £80 for driving at a speed exceeding the legal 30mph. She also had to pay £85 court costs and £30 victim surcharge. Her record was endorsed with three points. The offence happened in Shepherds Way, Chorley, on January 25.