HERE is a rundown of some of the latest court cases involving Penarth residents.

The sentences are from August 10 to August 15.

The AZB Tyre Shop Limited, in Andrew Road, was fined after keeping a vehicle without a valid licence.

On June 6, 2022, it was found that the shop had been keeping an unlicenced vehicle in Dinas Powys, specifically on Barry Road.

Guilt was proved in absence and Swansea Magistrates' Court fined the shop £440.

The shop was also ordered to pay £118.34 in vehicle excise back duty, as well as £100 in court costs.

Nigel Keith Venn, 56, of Baron's Court in Penarth Road, was sentenced for harassment without violence.

Venn pleaded guilty to harassing someone from April 8, 2022, to April 17.

He was ordered to pay compensation of £1,000 and a community order was made.

A restraining order was put in place meaning that Venn cannot contact the victim, enter their premises, enter their place of work, or refer to them online or on social media.

This restraining order is in place until August 11, 2025.

Rebecca Anne Mapleston, 42, of Catkin Drive, was fined and banned from driving.

On three separate occasions Mapleston did not provide information regarding the identity of a driver who was suspected of committing an offence.

This happened this year (2022) on February 10, February 21 and March 2.

Each time her guilt was proven via the Single Justice Procedure.

She was fined £660 for each occasion and was ordered to pay costs of £90 as well as a victim surcharge amounting to £190.

Her driving record was endorsed with six points for each offence.

Due to repeat offending, Mapleston was banned from owning or obtaining a driving licence for two years.