Sep 26 2013 by Sophie McCoid, Skelmersdale Advertiser
THOMAS Kenneth Weaver, 26, of Birleywood, Skelmersdale, admitted breaching his curfew on a number of occasions in August to Ormskirk magistrates.
Weaver was ordered by Ormskirk magistrates to remain at an address in Birleywood from 7pm to 7am each day for 190 days.
JOSEPH Anthony Devine, 20, of no fixed abode, has pleaded guilty to destroying a candle holder and telephone to the value of £10 belonging to Claudia Wilmer Roughley on August 27.
He also pleaded guilty to beating Claudia Wilmer Roughley on August 27.
Devine has been remanded on bail by Ormskirk magistrates until September 30.
He is not to contact Claudia Roughley and is not to enter Alderley, Skelmersdale, while on bail.
CHRISTOPHER Edward Nash,33, of Leaswood, Skelmersdale pleaded not guilty to beating Deborah Derbyshire on August 13.
Nash pleaded guilty to sending a threatening text message to Deborah Derbyshire on or between August 13 and August 14.
Nash has been remanded on bail by Ormskirk magistrates until September 25.
He has been told he is not to contact Deborah Derbyshire and Jade Smith.
ALAN Pilling, 37, of Willow Drive, Skelmersdale, has pleaded not guilty to beating Keith Bradford on February 16.
Pilling has been remanded on unconditional bail until October 10 when a trial will take place at Leyland Magistrates’ Court.