In the Dock: round-up of magistrates' courts

In the Dock: round-up of magistrates' courts

In the Dock: round-up of magistrates' courts

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Bournemouth

MATTHEW MASON REDWOOD aged 19 of Capstone Road, Bournemouth. Admitted damage to an interior door at a property at Boleyn Crescent, Bournemouth. Fined £100. To pay compensation of £150. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs of £85.

RICHARD JAMES ALLMAN-HARROLD aged 40 of Nutley Way, Bournemouth. Admitted attending an address and spoke to a woman at Poole which the defendant was prohibited from doing by a non-molestation order. Committed to prison for one month concurrent suspended for 24 months. The defendant required to participate in Building Better Relationships Programme for 29 days. To pay victim surcharge of £80. Also admitted communicated with a woman which was in breach of a non-molestation order. Also admitted entering an address at Sunnyside Road, Poole and made contact with a women which the defendant was prohibited from doing by a non-molestation order. Committed to prison for two months suspended for 24 months.

ROBIN PAUL HOOK aged 42 of Markham Road, Bournemouth. Convicted of speed exceeding 70 mph at Treban in the county of Anglesey. Fined £360, To pay victims surcharge of £36. Costs of £85. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for 28 days. Licence endorsed.

EMILIAN SIECINSKI aged 19 of Wellington Road, Bournemouth. Admitted driving a Audi at Wellington Road with 96 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Fined £600. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs of £85. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for 24 months. Licence endorsed. Also admitted driving above vehicle without third party insurance. No separate penalty.

JEMMA KATHERYN SMART aged 29 of Curzon Road, Bournemouth. Admitted at Seabourne Road, Bournemouth supplied a quantity of methadone, a class A drug. Community order made. The defendant to have treatment for drug dependency at First Steps to Foundation for six months and attend appointments with an appointed officer. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs of £85.

GUY LAURENCE ANDREW aged 45 of Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth. Admitted failing to pay for petrol to the value of £70.01 at Sandbanks Road, Poole knowing that payment on the spot for goods supplied was required. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay compensation of £70.01. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Costs of £85. Also admitted at Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth failing to pay for petrol to the value of £74.01. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay compensation of £74.01. Also admitted driving a Nissan without third party insurance. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for six months. Licence endorsed with six points. Also admitted driving above vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence. Discharged as above.

TONY LEWIS aged 36 of Fitzharris Avenue, Bournemouth. Admitted the theft of Gillette Fusion shaving items to the value of £98.38 belonging to Wilkinson Store. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay compensation of £98.38. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Costs of £40.

EMMA LOUISE HEALEY aged 36 of Marchwood Road, Bournemouth, admitted use of threatening / abusive / insulting words / behaviour to cause harassment / alarm / distress with intent to cause another harassment, alarm or distress. Fined £50. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs £50 MARCUS KIRWAN age 45, of Youngs Road, Bournemouth, proved in absence two cases of use of a motor vehicle on a road / public place without third party insurance. Fined £300. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £35. Licence endorsed with six points. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for seven days. Also proved in absence driving a mechanically propelled vehicle on a road / in a public place without due care and attention. Fined £70. Also proved in absence use of a motor vehicle on a road without a valid test certificate. No separate penalty.

MARK ANDREW MCDERMOTT age 38 of Moore Avenue, Bournemouth, admitted speeding, exceeding 30 miles per hour on a restricted road. Fined £100. Victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85.

PAUL COOPER age 38 of Duck Lane, Bournemouth, admitted driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Also admitted use of a motor vehicle on a road/public place without third party insurance. Fined £110. Costs £25. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for six months. Also admitted theft from a shop, stole 15 packs of beef steak to the value of £83.88 belonging to Co-operative Stores. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Victim surcharge £15.

STEPHEN DONNELLY age 39 of no fixed abode, admitted begging in a public place, second or subsequent occasion, at Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Fined £50. Victim surcharge £20.

NICOLE LOUISE GRAHAM age 31 of Walpole Road, Bournemouth, admitted two counts of breach of anti-social behaviour order. Fined £80. Victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85.

JAMES ARKANJELO OHURO age 42 of Queensland Road, Bournemouth, admitted failing to comply with a direction of a police constable in uniform to leave that locality and not return for a period of 12 hours. Fined £50. Victim surcharge £20.

MARK ALWYN SANDERS age 45 of Gordon Road, Bournemouth, admitted theft from a shop of tobacco to the value £428.51 belonging to Bookers, Yeomans Way, Bournemouth. To pay compensation £428.51. Also admitted theft from a shop of five bottles of Jack Daniels to the value of £125 belonging to Marks and Spencer, Dorchester. To pay compensation £125.00. Also admitted theft from a shop of 13 Jars of coffee to the value of £83.45 belonging to Co-Op, Wimborne Road, Bournemouth. To pay compensation £83.45.

CODIE LEE MITCHENER age 22, of Mount Road, Bournemouth, admitted possessing a controlled drug of Class B – cannabis / cannabis resin. Community order made, to carry out unpaid work for 60 hours within the next 12 months. Victim surcharge £60. Costs £85. Also admitted theft from a shop of a bottle of vodka and a bottle of liqueur to the value of £27.50 belonging to Waitrose Limited. Community order made to carry out unpaid work for 60 hours within the next 12 months.

SARAH ANNE THOMAS age 30, of Forsyth Gardens, Bournemouth, admitted to begging in a public place. Discharged conditionally for 6 months. Victim surcharge £15.

Poole

DARREN FRANK KEEPING age 42 of Harbour Court, West Quay Road, Poole, admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place, namely Holes Bay Road in Poole. Fined £50. Victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85.

CHAS SHEARS aged 37 of Pound Lane, Poole. Admitted assaulting a women by beating her. Fined £100. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs of £85.

ROBERT JONES age 24 of Alexandra Road, Poole, admitted stealing food items, of value unknown, belonging to Tesco. Fined £50. Victim surcharge £20.

JOSEPH CURPHEY age 19 of Solomon Way, Poole, admitted five counts of fraud by false representation, namely obtaining money for items he professed to be selling on Gumtree intending to make a gain for himself. To pay compensation £925. Community order made, required to carry out unpaid work for 150 hours within the next 12 months.

CALEB WILLIAM WARREN age 28 of no fixed abode, admitted three counts of assaulting a constable in execution of his/her duty. Discharged conditionally for two years. To pay compensation £225. Costs £300.

Blandford

JENNIFER ANNE WASHINGTON age 33, of Churchill Road, Blandford Forum, admitted driving a motor vehicle when alcohol level above limit. Fined £200. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £300. Disqualified from obtaining or holding a driving licence for 12 months.

Christchurch

RYAN CLAYTON O’REILLY age 24 of Mallory Close, Christchurch, admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place. Fined £100. Victim surcharge £20. Also admitted failing without reasonable excuse to surrender to custody at Bournemouth Magistrates Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings. Fined £50.

MATTHEW FAY age 18 of Grange Road, Christchurch, admitted theft from a person or other of a handbag and contents including £40. Committed to detention for 12 weeks, suspended for 12 months. Required to participate in Education, Training and Employment for 10 days. Participate in Thinking Skills Programme for 19 days. Victim surcharge of £80. Costs £85.

Ringwood

CHRISTINE ANN REED age 59 of Sandy Lane, Ringwood, admitted assault by beating. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay compensation of £30. Victim surcharge of £15. Costs £45.

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