Many people were dealt with by Wrexham and Mold Magistrates Courts on Wednesday.

They include...

Samantha Sweeney, aged 34 and of Maesteg, Cymau, was sentenced for exceeding the 30mph limit on the A541 at Mold on July 16 last year. She was handed a £120 fine and four points, as well as having to pay £110 costs and a £48 victim surcharge.

Brian Flynn, aged 63 and of Cassino Road in Huyton, Merseyside, was sentenced for exceeding a 40mph speed limit at Pontblyddyn on July 28 last year. He was fined £75 and handed three penalty points. The defendant must also pay a £30 victim surcharge.

Rachel Wilcock, aged 36 and of Belmont Avenue in Billinge, was sentenced for exceeding 30mph at Pontybodkin in Flintshire on August 27 last year. The court handed down a fine of £100 and three points, ordering her to pay a £40 victim surcharge.


Adam Gregory, aged 38 and of Clwyd Street in Shotton, was sentenced for failing to give information relating to the driver or rider of a vehicle when required. He was fined £660 and handed six penalty points, as well as having to pay £110 costs.

Richard Watson, aged 34 and of Bellevue Road in Wrexham, was sentenced for theft from a shop - in that he took groceries from Dobshill Garage in Chester Road, Deeside, on January 22, 2024. He was jailed for two weeks and ordered to pay £85 costs.

Natasha Sharpe, aged 38 of Trem Y Fron in Cefn Mawr, was sentenced for possession of cocaine, failing to provide a specimen for analysis, two charges of assaulting an emergency worker and failing to provide a sample for class A drug testing. The court handed down a £120 fine, two year driving ban and a 16 week period of imprisonment, suspended for 24 months. As part of the suspended sentence, she must undertake up to 20 days of rehabilitation activity. She must also pay £100 in compensation, £85 costs and a £154 victim surcharge.