A 43-year-old woman was sentenced to a six-month Community Corrections Order for threatening someone she said had been "egging me to confront her".
Jeannie Batty of Bunderra Street, Gulgong, was charged with 'Stalk/intimidate intending to cause fear of physical or mental harm (personal)'.
At about 4.10pm on Wednesday, December 19, 2018, Batty accosted the victim over comments she claimed she'd made about her to other people.
She yelled that she was "gonna bash" the victim, moved into close proximity, pointed a finger in her face, and requested they go to "the park and we'll sort it out".
Others intervened, escorted Batty to the door, and called the police. When questioned by officers she told them "she's been egging me to confront her".
A 28-year-old man who's only ever held a Learner's Permit - which had expired - was fined $220 for driving on the road.
Rohan Kirk of Hideaway Lane, Gulgong, was convicted in his absence after he failed to appear in court to face the matter.
At about 3pm on Thursday, June 20, 2019, police were driving along the street of Kirk's residence when they saw him driving in the opposite direction.
They questioned him about his licence and he said he had a Learner's Permit. Then when asked why he didn't have a licensed passenger accompanying him, Kirk told them he didn't need to because "it's not a road" - which it is.
A check showed that his permit had expired in 2010.
A 23-year-old woman charged with driving while disqualified was convicted in her absence when she failed to appear in court.
Chantelle Marie Aylett of Bayly Street, Gulgong, was fined $550 and disqualified for a further six months.
At about 12.30pm on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, she filled up her vehicle at a local petrol station but was unable to pay.
She made an arrangement with the manager to return and complete the purchase. However, after two days this hadn't been done and the police were called.
Upon viewing the station's CCTV footage, officers checked Aylett's licence details which revealed she was disqualified until August 2022.
A Wellington man caught in possession of cannabis when he was stopped for a random breath test in Gulgong, was fined $220.
Colin John Peacock of Grevillea Place, Wellington, entered a written plea of guilty to the charge of 'Possess prohibited drug'.
The 53-year-old was stopped by police in Mayne Street at about 3.30pm on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, who decided to search his vehicle after a check of his identity.
Inside a bag, located between the driver and passenger seats, they found nine aluminium foil balls containing cannabis leaf with a total weight of 5g.
Peacock admitted to buying them for $10 each and that he'd forgot that he'd left them in the vehicle, because he was saving them for the next time he went fishing or prospecting.