Here are this week’s listings from across central Lancashire of who has been in court and what for.
Rolex was worth £14k
A WOMAN stole a Rolex watch worth £14,000 from Heskin Hall in Heskin, Chorley.
Roxalia Adam, of Findon Road, Birmingham, is to be sentenced at Preston Crown Court on May 10 after magistrates committed her case.
The 23-year-old admits stealing the exclusive watch from the historic Tudor manor house, which houses an antiques centre, in March this year.
She is granted conditional bail until her next appearance.
Bamber Bridge: Benjamin David, 35, of Brindle Road, Bamber Bridge, has pleaded guilty to entering a veterinary surgery as a trespasser.
He admitted entering Withy Trees vets with intent to steal and will be sentenced before Preston Crown Court on May 10.
The bench remanded him in custody.
Chorley: Neil Hale, 38, of Southport Terrace, Chorley, received eight weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months after admitting breaching a restraining order.
He was ordered to have drug treatment and take part in a rehabilitation activity as well as pay an £80 surcharge and £85 costs.
CHORLEY: Adam Kunowski, 35, of no fixed abode, admits assaulting a Chorley woman by beating her.
Preston magistrates ordered him to pay £25 compensation, a £40 fine, £20 surcharge and £85 costs.
WESHAM: Kenneth Wallwork, of Garstang Road South, Wesham, near Preston, has pleaded guilty to assaulting a man and a woman in October last year in the town.
The 28-year-old is expected to be sentenced before Preston Crown Court on May 25.
He was granted bail by the bench at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court until his next appearance.
Preston: Lee Thomas Higham, 33, of Skeffington Road, Ribbleton, admits trying to rob a man of his £700 pedal cycle at Preston Railway Station.
Preston Magistrates’ Court discharged him conditionally for 18 months and ordered him to pay compensation of £20 and a £15 surcharge.
PRESTON: Tracy Fitzsimmons, 40, of Kingsway, Ashton, admits stealing a pair of trainers from a man.
Magistrates discharged her for six months and ordered her to pay £158 compensation.
Joseph Taylor, 27, of Mill House, Churchtown, Garstang, was banned for 18 months after admitting driving under the influence of cocaine, driving without insurance and possessing cocaine and must pay a £460 fine, £46 surcharge and £85 costs.
Laura Morrison, 36, of Clara Street, Preston, was bound over for six months in the sum of £50 after admitting breaching the peace.
Terry Palmer, 55, of Prospect Street, Lancaster, pleaded guilty to failing to give driver information and must pay a £440 fine, £44 surcharge and £85 costs.
Gemma Roberts, 33, of Lowther Street, Preston, was found guilty of travelling on the railway without a valid ticket and must pay a £220 fine, £22 surcharge, £8.60 compensation and £150 costs.
Abigail Lea, 23, of Main Street, Cockerham, near Lancaster, pleaded guilty to failing to give driver information and must pay a £135 fine, £20 surcharge and £85 costs.
Beverley Wilding, 52, of Hennel Lane, Walton-le-Dale, Preston, was given eight weeks suspended for 12 months and a 36 month ban after admitting drink driving and must pay a £115 surcharge and £85 costs.
Mark Gregson, of Beacon Avenue Fulwood Preston, was banned for 14 months after admitting drug driving and must pay a £250 fine, £25 surcharge and £85 costs.
Ryan Nuttall, 24, of Station Road, Bamber Bridge, was bound over for six months in the sum of £100 after admitting breaching the peace.
Simon Lever, 44, of Byron Crescent, Coppull, Chorley, was given a curfew and £60 surcharge after admitting breaching a restraining order.
Joseph Barrow, 26, of Avenham Lane, Preston, was found guilty of failing to give driver information and must pay a £660 fine, £66 surcharge and £85 costs.