In The Dock: 8 people who have appeared in court from Bournemouth

In The Dock: 8 people who have appeared in court from Bournemouth

In The Dock: 8 people who have appeared in court from Bournemouth

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STEVEN MARK FLYNN aged 25 of The Old Farm, Holdenhurst Village. Admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order made by South East Surrey Magistrates’ Court by failing to report as directed. Also sentenced for previous offences in respect of which a community order was made on March 4: Engaging in a commercial practice which was misleading and contained false information at Hindhead, by saying namely that Fay Irelands carpets were affected by a major moth infestation; engaging in a commercial practice which was misleading by claiming that Fay Irelands carpets were deep cleaned; knowingly or recklessly engaging in a commercial practice which contravened the standard expected of professional cleaners. Committed to prison for 12 weeks suspended for six months. To be under a curfew for six months.

ANDREW BLANCH aged 55 of Beaufort Road, Bournemouth. Admitted failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order made by East Dorset Magistrates Court by failing to report as directed. Fined £50. Costs £60.

CAROLINE FRANCIS aged 38 of Western Avenue, Bournemouth. Admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to report as directed for unpaid work. Also sentenced for original offence in respect of which a community order was made in November 2012: assault by beating at Wimborne Road, Bournemouth. Community order made to carry out unpaid work for 57 hours within the next 12 months.

PATRYK SYLWESTER GROCHALA aged 21 of Carlton Road, Bournemouth. Admitted failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order made by East Dorset Magistrates Court by failing to report as directed. Also sentenced for original offences in respect of which a community order was made in August 2013: stealing, together with another, trainers valued at £44.99, from TK Maxx, Bournemouth; stealing clothing to the value of £64.98 from TK Maxx, Bournemouth; failing to surrender to custody at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings; stealing a bottle of Lacoste perfume, to the value of £38, from Debenhams, Portsmouth; failing to surrender to custody at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings. Conditional discharge of 12 months. Costs £60.

KARAN PATEL aged 19 of Westcliff Road, Bournemouth. Admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order made by East Dorset Magistrates’ Court by failing to report as directed. Fined £40. Costs £60.

ROBERT MICHAEL O’DONOGHUE aged 45 of Keeble Crescent, Bournemouth. Admitted stealing £40, at Bournemouth promenade. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to an order of conditional discharge. Also sentenced for original offence in respect of which a conditional discharge was made in December 2013: assaulting a woman by beating. Community order made to have treatment for drug dependency as a non-resident patient for six months. To pay compensation of £40.

EMMANUEL OLUGBEMI OLU OYELUMADE aged 40 of Queensland Road, Pokesdown. Admitted attempted burglary at Porchester Place, Bournemouth. Also admitted going equipped for theft at Bournemouth. Committed to prison for three months.

JAMIE WILLIAM DOWDING aged 24 of Berkeley Close, Ruislip, Middlesex. Admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Community order made to participate in The Thinking Skills Programme for 19 days. Also to carry out unpaid work for 250 hours within the next twelve months. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs £85.

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