A round up of cases in Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court
ALEXANDER LAWRIE aged 41 of Range Road, Wishaw, Lancashire. Admitted criminal damage to property at St Swithuns Road South, Bournemouth, namely damaged a television set and window to an unknown value. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Costs of £85.
SZYMON WITOLD OFMAN aged 31 of Methuen Close, Bournemouth. Admitted assaulting women by beating her. Restraining order made. Fined £180. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs of £85.
DANIEL RAYMOND MELLETT aged 36 of HMP Winchester. Admitted that during the month of March 2014 at Bournemouth stole a black Arnova 101 G4 tablet computer to the value of £90. Discharged conditionally for three years. To pay victim surcharge of £15. Also pleaded not guilty but found guilty that between 14th and 17th April 2014 pursued a course of conduct which amounted to the harassment of another person, namely made unwanted contact by telephone and text messages and also accessed her private Facebook account and changed her password. Discharged as above. Restraining order made.
ADAM DANIEL ARCHER aged 34 of Harewood Gardens, Bournemouth. Admitted that on 7/6/14 at Bournemouth entered as a trespasser BB’s Coffee Shop, The Sovereign Centre and stole a key, confectionary and condiments of a value unknown. To pay compensation of £330. Also admitted on 7/6/14 entered The Garden Cafe, the Sovereign Centre and stole a cash till and the contents of the float, value unknown. To pay compensation of £140. Also admitted on 7/6/14 attempted to enter a building, namely CEX Unit 13, The Sovereign Centre with intent to steal. Also admitted on 7/6/14 assaulted a constable in the execution of their duty. Community order made for the above offences. The defendant required to have treatment for drug dependency as a non resident patient for six months and attend appointments with a responsible office at such times and places as required.
LOUISE REBECCA CHILCOTT aged 47 of Kingfisher Close, Bournemouth. Admitted on 23rd March at Bournemouth, assaulting a women by beating her. Committed to prison for two months suspended for six months. The defendant required to participate in the Keeping Calm programme for 15 days. Also admits commission of a further offence whilst subject to order of conditional discharge for 12 months for an offence of possessing a fighting dog. No action taken on breach. Also admitted on 11/3/14 assaulting a women by beating her. Committed to prison for one month suspended for six months. Overall length of sentence three months. To pay compensation of £25.
KELLY MUNDAY aged 39 of no fixed abode. Admitted at Bournemouth begging in a public place. Fined £50. To pay victim surcharge of £20.
VINNCENT JOHN CLARK aged 34 of no fixed abode. Admitted to the following. On 22/3/14 at Charminster Road, stole a quantity of chocolate and coffee to the value of £40.08 belonging to Tesco. On 27/3/14 at Wimborne Road, stole a quantity of meat items to the value of £20 belonging to Sainsburys. The commission of a further offence whilst subject to order of conditional discharge for 6 months imposed on 23/1/14 for an offence of theft. On the 1/6/14 at Bournemouth stole groceries to the value of £61.71 belonging to Co-operative Stores. On 10/6/14 at Seamoor Road, stole four beef joints to the value of £48 belonging to Marks & Spencer. On 11/7/14 at Seamoor Road, stole packets of meat to the value of £48 belonging to Marks & Spencer, and at Queens Road, stole two packs of alcohol to the value of £14.54 belonging to the Co-op. Committed to prison. Overall length of sentence 16 weeks.
SHAHAB UDDIN aged 23 of Bury St Edmunds. Admitted at Bournemouth having in his possession, a Bangladeshi passport that was false. Community order made. The defendant required to carry out unpaid work for 120 hours within the next 12 months. This work will be supervised. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs of £85.
SAMUEL WILLIAM DEAN aged 29 of Claremont Avenue, Bournemouth. Admitted driving a Renault Trafic van on West Way with 81 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Fined £380. To pay victim surcharge of £38. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for 20 months. Disqualification to be reduced by 152 days of the defendant satisfactorily completes a course approved by the Secretary of State. Licence endorsed.