Here is a round-up of some of the people who have appeared before the courts in Suffolk in the last week.

Ipswich Crown Court

Sophie Senski, formerly of Coastguard Walk in Felixstowe, was sentenced after admitting failing to declare another adult was living in her household.

She was handed a 36-week prison sentence, suspended for two years, and told to complete a 25 days for rehabilitation activity requirement, 100 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £1,200 towards prosecution costs, as well as a £154 statutory victim surcharge.

Leon Sudeene, of Suffolk Square, Sudbury, appeared before crown court having denied intentional strangulation on June 11 this year.

His case was committed to Ipswich Crown Court for July 12.

Richard Taylor, of West Road, Bury St Edmunds, appeared before court accused of 19 charges, which include rape, indecent assault and gross indecency.

The 56-year-old stands accused of abusing boys from 1999.

Aaron Tomlin, of Colchester, was jailed for 46 weeks having been convicted of theft.

Tomlin, 33, stole handbags from two cars and attempting to steal from a third.

Suffolk Magistrates' Court

A 15-year-old boy, who cannot be named due to his age, appeared before magistrates accused of breaching a criminal behaviour order.

Suffolk Magistrates' Court in IpswichSuffolk Magistrates' Court in Ipswich (Image: Newsquest)

He is alleged to have boarded a train on June 9 after being instructed not to.

Owen Evans, of Apsey Green in Framlingham, was charged with assault, threatening assault, assault of a police officer, criminal damage and possession of a class B drug.

This was in relation to an incident in Mount Pleasant in Framlingham last Saturday evening.

Julian Michael Davis, of Aldrich Way, in Diss, was sentenced for drink driving after being stopped in mid Suffolk.

He was handed an 18-month driving ban.

Nurul Rahman, of Kelvin Road, Ipswich, pleaded guilty to wrongful display of a Blue Badge.

He was fined £153 and ordered to pay £1,000 in investigatory and legal costs, and £61 as a victim surcharge.