A WOMAN who supplied a tenancy agreement with the intention of committing fraud has been given a community order.

Debbie Sharon Williams, aged 58, of Polcrebo Downs, Nancegollan, Helston, admitted committing the offence on or about July 9, 2019.

She supplied a tenancy agreement to Cornwall Council to reduce her Council Tax liability, intending it to be used to commit, or assist, in the commission of fraud.

She also admitted dishonestly making a false representation in an email to Cornwall Council by stating that the email had come from another person.

She was ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work and must pay costs of £1,000 and £90 victim surcharge.

MAGISTRATES made a an order to destroy a dog within two months unless an exemption is obtained within two months.

Ben Rochester, of Manhay Farm, Helston, must seek the exemption to avoid the destruction of Fidget, a pitbull type dog.

The order was made in accordance with section 4B of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.

A MAN who breached a curfew as set out by a community order has returned to court.

Michael James Dray, aged 27, of no fixed address, admitted the breach on December 23, having had the order imposed on May 19, 2019 for an assault.

Magistrates imposed another community order, this time requiring him to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 months.

A 43 year-old man who failed to comply with a community order has been fined.

Andrew Frank Everett, of Grenville Gardens, Troon, failed to attend appointments on December 3 and 17, as well as failing to keep in touch on two occasions.

He admitted the breach and was fined £40.

A PENRYN man broke a 70mph speed limit on the A30.

Daniel Matthew Laverton, aged 37, of Higher Market Street, admitted committing the offence in a Fiat Panda on June 6.

He was given three penalty points but not disqualified under the totting procedure due to mitigating circumstances of extreme hardship.

He was also fined £40 and ordered to pay £85 costs and £30 victim surcharge.

A 69 year-old man has been fined more than £1,000 for failing to comply with a Cornwall Council notice.

As the freeholder of Penare House, in Penzance, David Smith failed to furnish the council with the nature of his interest in the land and the name and address of each person who had an interest in the land.

He was fined £500 and ordered to pay £600 costs and £50 victim surcharge.