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In the Dock: Poole
Updated 10:39am Friday 16th May 2014 in News
SUSAN DAWN TASKER aged 47 of Edward Mews, Islington, admitted failing to promptly notify the Borough of Poole of a change of circumstance that would affect her entitlement to housing benefit and council tax benefit, namely that she had capital that exceeded the prescribed limit. Also convicted of committing two counts of failing to promptly notify the Borough of Poole of a change in circumstances which would affect her entitlement to housing benefit, namely that she had found work as a cleaner at Carter Community School. Also admitted failing to notify the Borough fo Poole that she had received pension payments from a Royal Mail pension plan. Also admitted making an application for Jobseekers Allowance which she knew to be false, by omitting details of payments from a Royal Mail pension plan. Also admitted making a false statement to the Department for Work and Pensions, namely an application for Jobseekers Allowance, in which she omitted details of her capital over £10,000. Committed to prison for a total of three months suspended for 18 months. To pay victim surcharge £60. Costs £500.
MARTYN DASHWOOD aged 22 of Oak Drive, Poole. Admitted six counts of causing an animal fight to take place; eight counts of being present at an animal fight, one count of causing unnecessary suffering to a cock bird, by a failure to provide prompt veterinary care following an eye injury; and one count of causing unnecessary suffering to a cock bird, by allowing it to continue fighting whilst injured. Committed to prison for 18 weeks.
JAY FRANCES CLARK aged 51 of Ringwood Road, Poole. Admitted stealing perfume to the value of £59.99 from Homesense, Poole. Discharged conditionally for six months. Victim surcharge of £15.
PETER JAMES INGRAM aged 29 of Sea View Road, Poole. Admitted failing to identify the driver of a BMW who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. Also admitted driving at 59mph in a 50mph speed limit at Dorset Way, Poole. Fined £535. Costs £70. Victim surcharge £20. Licence endorsed with nine points.
BODRUL ALOM MIAH aged 18 of Tollard Close, Poole. Admitted attempted theft of a pedal cycle at Serpentine Road. Also admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. Required to attend the senior attendance centre for 24 hours. Victim surcharge £60.
SIMON PAUL SEWELL aged 42 of Sterte Closel Admitted stealing a mobile phone. Fined £75. Pay compensation £20. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £70.
VASCO MIGUEL DE OLIVEIRA aged 47 of Churchill Road, Poole. Admitted two counts of assaulting a woman by beating. Community order made to participate in the Building Better Relationships Programme for 29 days. Restraining order made not to contact victim. Fined £100. To pay compensation of £50. Costs £250.
RHYS ANTHONY PERRY aged 21 of Fitzworth Avenue, Poole. Admitted taking a BMW at Foreland Road, Poole, without consent. Also admitted driving without insurance and driving without a licence. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge imposed for possession of a class B drug. Community order made to carry out unpaid work for 100 hours within the next 12 months. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs £85. Licence endorsed with six points.
STEVEN JOHN McPHILLIMY aged 43 of Foxholes Road, Oakdale,. Admitted possession of cannabis resin, a Class B drug. Also admitted committing a further offence during the period of a suspended sentence order imposed for driving whilst disqualified and with excess alcohol. Suspended sentence varied: committed to prison for 12 weeks suspended for 14 months. Fined £200, victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85.
LUKE PATRICK STEVENS aged 21 of Gorse Lane, Poole. Admitted being drunk and disorderly at Gorse Lane. Fined £85. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85.