In the Dock: round-up of magistrates' courts

Weymouth Magistrates' Court

Weymouth Magistrates' Court

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WEYMOUTH

MARTIN RONALD BECKINGHAM, aged 53, of Goldcroft Road. Admitted common assault. Community order made. The defendant must comply with an unpaid work requirement and carry out unpaid work for 160 hours within the next twelve months. To pay compensation of £500.

TOM POULTON, aged 23, of Crescent Street. Admitted handling stolen goods, namely a bicycle to the value of £3900. Community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements: Curfew Requirement: be under a curfew for 12 weeks. Supervision Requirement: Attend appointments with the responsible officer for 12 months. Ordered to pay costs of £85. Also admitted breach of a conditional discharge. Dealt with for original offence of possessing cannabis, a Class B controlled drug. No separate penalty.

AARON ETHAN BROCK, aged 21, of Westwey Road. Admitted theft from a shop. Community order made. The defendant must comply with a Supervision Requirement for five months. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

BENJAMIN JOSHUA MILES, aged 22, of Pottery Lane. Admitted theft from a shop. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

DANIEL MARK EDNEY, aged 19, of Ranelagh Road. Admitted harassment and breach of a restraining order. Fined £150. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

KERRIE-ANNE HOLMAN, aged 27, of Rowan Close. Admitted employee theft. Discharged conditionally for two years. To pay compensation of £1170.18 and costs of £85.

VILMANTAS KECORIUS also known as RONALDAS PANAVAS, aged 40, of Portmore Gardens. Admitted breaching a restraining order. Committed to prison for two weeks. Admitted committing further offences during the operation period of a suspended sentence order. Original offence of using threatening, abusive or unlawful words or behaviour. Committed to prison for three weeks, to be served concurrently. Original offence of harassment without violence. Committed to prison for three weeks, to be served consecutively. Original offence of criminal damage. Committed to prison for three weeks, to be served consecutively. Overall length of sentence eight weeks.

CHRISTOPHER KEVIN SCULLY, aged 38, of no fixed abode. Admitted assault by beating at an address in Weymouth. Committed to prison for six weeks. Admitted using violence for the purpose of securing entry into a premises. Committed to prison for two weeks, to be served consecutively. Also admitted using threatening, abusive or unlawful words or behaviour. Committed to prison for six weeks, to be served consecutively. Overall length of sentence 14 weeks.

WAYNE STUART CARDY, aged 37, of Ranelagh Road. Admitted using a motor vehicle without third party insurance. Fined £100 and ordered to pay costs of £35. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for six months due to repeat offending. Licence endorsed with six penalty points.

SHANE ALLAN GREEN, aged 40, of High West Street. Admitted failing to produce a driving licence when asked by a police officer. Fined £175. Also admitted failing to produce a certificate of insurance to a police officer after an accident or suspected offence. No separate penalty. Also admitted using a motor vehicle with a tyre with any of the ply or cord exposed. Fined £345 and ordered to pay costs of £35. Licence endorsed with three points.

KYLE REUBEN HOLMES, aged 18, of Lodmoor Avenue. Admitted driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence. Also admitted using a motor vehicle in public without third party insurance. Fined £115 and ordered to pay costs of £10. Licence endorsed with six penalty points.

BILLY HUNTER, aged 27, of Chelmsford Street. Admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place. Discharged conditionally for six months and ordered to pay costs of £35.

ANDREW MARTIN READ, aged 27, of Brownlow Street. Admitted criminal damage to property. Committed to prison for one month suspended for one year. Ordered to comply with supervision requirement. Restraining order made. Fined £50 and ordered to pay compensation of £350 and costs of £35. Admitted breaching a community order. No adjudication, dealt with for original offence. Original offence of two counts of assault by beating. Committed to prison for one month on each count, to be served consecutively, suspended for 12 weeks. Overall length of suspended sentence three months.

JAKE WEIR, aged 20, of Sunnyside Road. Admitted, together with another, possessing 216 tablets of Diazepam, a controlled drug of class C, with intent to supply. Committed to prison for three months, suspended for one year. Ordered to comply with supervision and curfew requirements. Ordered to pay costs of £85. Drugs to be forfeited and destroyed. Admitted, together with another, stealing a bottle of Eau de Toilette to the value of £50 belonging to a store in New Bond Street. No separate penalty.

JOE DAVID WOODHALL, aged 18, of Barrow Rise. Admitted possessing 216 tablets of Diazepam, a controlled drug of class C, with intent to supply. Committed to prison for three months, suspended for one year. Ordered to comply with supervision and curfew requirements. Ordered to pay costs of £85. Drugs to be forfeited and destroyed.

WEST DORSET

GARY MARK FRANKLIN, aged 48, of Armstrong Road, Bridport. Admitted theft from a shop. Fined £50. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

ANTHONY WILLIAM KNIGHT, aged 30, of Kings Way, Lyme Regis. Admitted theft from a shop. Discharged conditionally for six months. Ordered to pay compensation of £53.39 and costs of £85.

MANDY EDWARDS, aged 47, of St Georges Road, Dorchester. Admitted failing to notify a local authority to a change of circumstances which would affect housing and council tax benefit entitlements. Also admitted failure to notify the Department for Work and Pensions of a change in circumstances which would affect income support entitlements. Community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements: Unpaid Work Requirement: carry out unpaid work for 80 hours within the next 12 months. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

KEVIN PETTIFER, aged 52 of Meadow View, Charminster. Admitted failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions of a change in circumstances which would affect entitlement to employment support allowance. Discharged conditionally for three years. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

NANETTE ROBERTSON, aged 50, of Bradford Peverell. Admitted failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions on two separate occasions of a change in circumstances which would affect income support entitlement. Community order made. The defendant must comply with the following requirements: Unpaid Work Requirement: carry out unpaid work for 80 hours within the next 12 months. Ordered to pay costs of £85.

CHRISTOPHER SHANE LEGG, aged 43, of Westcott Street, Poundbury, Dorchester. Found guilty in absence of driving a motor vehicle without third party insurance. Also found guilty in absence of failing to produce a driving licence to a police officer. Fined £800 and ordered to pay costs of £85. Licence endorsed with six penalty points.

BENJAMIN CHARLES FORRESTER, aged 31, of Strode Manor Farm Cottages, Netherbury. Admitted using a motor vehicle without third party insurance. Fined £440 and ordered to pay costs of £35. Licence endorsed with six penalty points.

DARRON DOUGLAS VICTOR WILLIAMS, aged 43, of The Flax Mill, Mill Street, Burton Bradstock. Admitted exceeding the 30mph speed limit in a motor vehicle at a speed of 39mph. Fined £115 and ordered to pay costs of £35. Licence endorsed with three penalty points.

PURBECK

LEE ADRIAN MABEY, aged 41, of Gordon Road, Swanage. Admitted driving a motor vehicle after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion in 100 millilitres of breath was 91 microgrammes. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Community order made. The defendant must comply with an unpaid work requirement and carry out unpaid work for 200 hours within the next twelve months. Ordered to pay costs of £85. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 48 months.

JAMES GLYN ADAMS, aged 21, of The Warren, Bere Regis. Admitted exceeding the 50mph speed limit. Also admitted three counts of using a passenger vehicle with tyres with insufficient tread- less than 1.6mm. Fined £170 and ordered to pay £35 costs. Licence endorsed with three penalty points.

NORTH DORSET PAUL WILLIAM HAROLD TULLY, aged 38, of no fixed abode. Admitted damaging a property of an unknown value in Blandford Forum. Discharged conditionally for three months. To be detained in the courthouse. Detention deemed served by reason of time already spent in custody.

KIERON JAMES WILLIS, aged 23, of Eagle House Gardens, Blandford Forum. Found guilty in absence of using a motor vehicle on a road or public place without third party insurance. Fined £400 and ordered to pay costs of £85. Licence or counterpart endorsed with six points.

STUART NICHOLAS THOMAS, aged 47, of Letton Cottages, Salisbury Road, Blandford Forum. Admitted pursuing a course of conduct which amounted to harassment. Restraining order made for five years. Fined £400 and ordered to pay costs of £150.

LUKE NEIL ALLIES, aged 35, of Kings Stag, Sturminster Newton. Admitted speeding beyond 60mph in a goods vehicle, the speed as being the maximum speed in relation to vehicle in that class. Fined £115 and ordered to pay costs of £35. Licence endorsed with three penalty points.

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7:39pm Thu 16 Jan 14

2539 says...

Tom Poulton has been a thieving little git for years. IMO he has never done a hard days work and should get a new car as the modifications and adaptations that are included on the little silver, **** box engined, roller skate resemble that of attempting to polish a stool.
Saying that he most likely stole it.
Tom Poulton has been a thieving little git for years. IMO he has never done a hard days work and should get a new car as the modifications and adaptations that are included on the little silver, **** box engined, roller skate resemble that of attempting to polish a stool. Saying that he most likely stole it. 2539
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