A BRIDGWATER man has been made to pay for attacking two police officers on Christmas Day 2020.

Shannon Lightow Currie, 28, of Viscount Square, pleaded guilty at Taunton Magistrates' Courts to two counts of assaulting an emergency worker acting in the exercise of his functions.

He was handed a community order and told to pay £200 compensation to one officer and £100 to the other. Currie was also fined £120.

A HIGHBRIDGE man has been given a six-month conditional discharge after pleading guilty to possession of 5.8g of cannabis.

Jack Charlie Stanmore, 20, of Tyler Way, admitted the offence in Burnham-on-Sea on September 12 last year.

He was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £22 victim surcharge.

ANOTHER 20-year-old also admitted to the court possession of cannabis.

Tayla Wood, of Park Street, Taunton, also received a six-month conditional discharge.

She was ordered to pay a £22 victim surcharge - at a rate of £20 a month, meaning she will have to make two payments, the first of £20, the second of £2.

A YOUNG man faces a bill of £1,292 after he attacked another man.

Vyvyan Zoltan Toth, 27, of Cross Lane, Coss, Axbridge, denied assault.

He was made subject of a one-year restraining order after magistrates found him guilty of the offence committed in Axbridge on September 22 last year.

Toth was fined £856 and ordered to pay £150 compensation, an £86 victim surcharge and £200 costs.

He received no separate penalty for using threatening or abusive words or behaviour, which he also denied.