In the Dock: Bournemouth

In the Dock: Bournemouth

In the Dock: Bournemouth

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GEORGE OLIVER JAMES aged 19 of Stratfield Road, Basingstoke, Hants. Admitted being drunk and disorderly at Horseshoe Common, Bournemouth on 06/10/2013. Conditional discharge of 12 months. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Costs £85.

ANDRIUS JOTKUS aged 31 of Portswood Road, Southampton. Admitted stealing a tracksuit to the value of £36.99, belonging to Sports Direct, Bournemouth. Also admitted going equipped for theft at Bournemouth. Community order made to be under a curfew for three months. To be electronically monitored. Also to carry out unpaid work for 100 hours within the next twelve months. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs £85.

JORDAN JOHN OHARA-SUTTON aged 18 of Elmhurst Road, Bournemouth. Admitted possession of a quantity of cannabis, a Class B drug. Community order made. To participate in education, training and employment activity for 10 days and participate in Thinking Skills for 19 days. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs £85.

BERNARD PAUL HICKS aged 38 of Colville Road, Bournemouth. Admitted assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty at Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Also admitted stealing two drills and a spirit level at Christchurch. Also admitted three counts of committing a further offence while subject to an order of conditional discharge. Also sentenced for original offences in respect of which conditional discharges were previously made: together with another person, stealing cheese, to the value of £60, belonging to Iceland, Westbourne; stealing Durex condoms, to the value of £380, belonging to Boots, Wimborne Road, Winton; stealing Durex condoms, to the value of £180.40, belonging to Boots in Bournemouth; stealing a pedal cycle, to the value of £399. Also admitted, along with another person, jointly stealing razors, to the value of £213.76, belonging to Superdrug, Bournemouth. Committed to prison for a total of 28 days. Fined £50. To pay victim surcharge of £20.

PHILLIP PETER CAMPBELL MORRISON aged 19 of no fixed abode. Admitted stealing a male Young Fashions jacket, to the value of £85, belonging to Debenhams, Bournemouth. Also admitted three counts of committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge. Also sentenced for original offences in respect of which conditional discharges were previously issued: travelling on a railway at Bournemouth without a ticket; travelling on a railway at Hamworthy without a ticket; riding a pedal cycle at Pokesdown station, knowing it to be stolen; stealing a bottle of Famous Grouse whisky to the value of £16.50 from Marks and Spencer, Dolphin Centre, Poole. Also admitted failing to surrender to custody at East Dorset magistrates, having been released on baill. Also admitted two counts of assault by beating. Also admitted stealing a handbag and bank card. Also admitted criminal damage to a phone at Leyside, Christchurch. Also admitted stealing cufflinks to the value of £94 from Debenhams, Bournemouth. Admitted stealing a bottle of wine, to the value of £5.19, belonging to the Co-operative, Wimborne Road, Poole. Committed to detention in a young offender institution for 49 days. Fined £50. To pay victim surcharge of £20.

JUSTIN EUGENE SMITH aged 38 of Seabourne Road, Bournemouth. Admitted stealing chicken, to the value of £30, belonging to Tesco, Barrack Road, Christchurch. Also admitted stealing three joints of meat, to the value of £68.57, belonging to Waitrose , Bargates, Christchurch. Also admitted committing a further offence during the operational period of a suspended sentence. Also sentneced for original offence in respect of which a suspended sentence was given in May 2013: burgling WH Smith , Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, and stealing cigarettes to the value of £1,079.56. Also admitted stealing two drills and a spirit level at Christchurch. Also admitted stealing razors, to the value of £213.76, belonging to Superdrug, Bournemouth. Committed to prison for a total of 49 days.

ANDREW IAN BREEZE aged 41 of Ashley Road, Bournemouth. Admitted stealing alcohol, to the value of £185.70, belonging to Sainsbury’s, Poole. Committed to prison for 28 days.

LEE JOHNATHAN GAYNE aged 41 of Northcote Road, Bournemouth. Admitted failing to surrender to custody at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings. Fined £50. To pay victim surcharge of £20.

DANIEL UPSON aged 38 of Wootton Gardens, Bournemouth. Pleaded not guilty but found guilty of assault by beating on November 25, 2013. Also admitted attempting to steal cash to the value of £3. Also admitted handling stolen goods, namely a Tom-Tom sat nav and an iPod . Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge. Also sentenced for original offence in respect of which a conditional discharge was made in May 2013: stealing an iPod from a Honda CRV at Cranmer Road, Bournemouth. Community order made to have treatment for drug dependency as a non-resident patient for six months. To pay compensation of £100.

JOHN PAUL LOOK aged 49 of Tuckton Road, Bournemouth. Admitted driving a Citroen Berlingo on Woolaston Road, with 145 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. Fined £160. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85. Licence endorsed with 10 points.

CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM WICKS aged 18 of Wimborne Road, Bournemouth. Admitted, together with another, burgling the underground car park at Branksome Gate, Western Road, Poole with intent to steal. Also admitted two counts failing to surrender to custody, having been released on bail. Also sentenced for original offence in respect of which a community order was made in December 2013: burgling the basement car park at Ocean Heights, Boscombe Cliff Road, with intent to steal. Also admitted possession of a quantity of herbal cannabis, a Class B drug. Committed to detention for eight weeks suspended for 12 months. Costs £85.

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