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In the Dock: Bournemouth
10:18am Friday 21st February 2014 in News
ZARA JANE HILL, aged 29, Limesdale Gardens, Edgeware. Admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at Bournemouth custody centre. Discharged conditionally for two years. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Costs of £40.
KATHERINE ANNE MCKENDRICK, aged 49, of HMP Eastwood Park. Admitted assault by beating at Bournemouth. Also admitted commission of a further offence while subject to order of conditional discharge for 18 months for an offence of breach of non-molestation order. Also admitted racially or religiously aggravated harassment, alarm or distress by words or writing at Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Also admitted criminal damage to a sign at Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Also admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place. Also admitted breach of a non-molestation order in Wheaton Road, Bournemouth. Community order made. The defendant required to participate in Better Days Brief Intervention Package for Women for 12 days. To pay compensation of £50.
JASON DECLAN EGAN, aged 32, of no fixed abode. Admitted burgling a shed at Crabton Close Road, Bournemouth, with intent to steal. Also admitted possessing a knife in public in the car park at Crabton Close, Bournemouth. Committed to prison for 28 days.
STUART GARETH FOULKES, aged 40, of no fixed abode. Admitted criminal damage by destroying two windows to the value of £700 belonging to Bournemouth Churches Housing Association. Committed to prison for 14 days.
JAMES GILBERT, aged 22, of Warminster Square, London. Convicted in absence of driving an Aprillia motorcycle on Fitzharris Avenue, Bournemouth, without a licence. Fined £60. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs of £35. Licence or counterpart endorsed with three points.
KIERAN RILEY, aged 27, of no fixed abode. Admitted criminal damage to a litter bin to the value of £35 belonging to Bournemouth Borough Council. Also admitted possessing a quantity of cannabis, a class B drug. Also admitted commission of a further offence whilst subject to order of conditional discharge for 12 months for offence of possession if a class B drug. Also admitted two counts of failing to surrender to custody at Bournemouth Magistrates Court having been released on bail in criminal proceedings. Also sentenced for original offence in respect of which a conditional discharge was made in July 2013: possession of 69.9 grams of cannabis. Committed to prison for a total of 42 days suspended for six months. To pay compensation of £35.
HORACE OWEN REID, aged 52, of Porchester Road, Bournemouth. Pleaded not guilty but found guilty of using threatening and abusive behaviour at Westover Road, Bournemouth. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Also admits commission of a further offence during the operational period of a suspended sentence made in March 2013 for an offence of threatening behaviour. Suspended sentence of 12 weeks imprisonment suspended for 12 months imposed now extended to an operational period of 13 months.
JOHN THOMAS MCEVOY, aged 42, of no fixed abode. Admitted burgling the Manhattan Bar at the Premier Inn, Westover Road with intent to steal. Committed to prison for one week. Also admitted attempting to steal property from the manager’s office at The Days Hotel, Russell Cotes Road. Committed to prison for two weeks consecutive to the above. Also admitted criminal damage to a window at the Marriott Hotel. Committed to prison for two weeks. Also admitted burgling the Premier Inn, Westover Road, and stealing key cards. Committed to prison for three weeks consecutive with above. Also admitted burgling the Premier Inn Hotel, Westover Road and stealing a suitcase and aftershave. Committed to prison for a total of eight weeks.