IN THE DOCK: Weymouth

IN THE DOCK: Weymouth

IN THE DOCK: Weymouth

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JACK GARY THOMAS, aged 21, of Acacia Close, Weymouth. Admitted possessing a quantity of cannabis, a Class B drug. Discharged conditionally for 6 months. Drugs to be forfeited and destroyed.

JANE ANN ROBINSON, aged 49, of Walpole Street, Weymouth. Admitted assault by beating. Community order made with requirement to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months. Ordered to pay £100 compensation and £500 costs. Admitted a second charge of assault by beating. Community order made with requirement as above. Ordered to pay £100 compensation.

JOHN CONWAY, aged 55, of Kings Road, Weymouth. Admitted using threatening / abusive words / behaviour or disorderly behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Ordered to pay £85 costs.

MICHAEL PATRICK MOONEY, aged 26, of Pottery Lane, Weymouth. Admitted criminal damage to property valued under £5,000 – damaging a BMW car windscreen. Committed to prison for 2 weeks consecutive to suspended sentence order. Also admitted a second charge of criminal damage, damaging a glass door panel to the value of £200 belonging to Colwell Centre. Committed to prison for 2 weeks concurrent. Also admitted failing without reasonable excuse to surrender to custody. Committed to prison for 2 weeks consecutive. In a separate case admitted failing without reasonable excuse to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence order. Dealt with for original offence of theft from a dwelling. Suspended sentence of imprisonment of 16 weeks suspended for 12 months imposed as a sentence of 14 weeks. For original offence of theft from a shop, suspended sentence of imprisonment of 16 weeks suspended for 12 months imposed as a sentence of 14 weeks concurrent. For original offence of using violence to secure entry to premises, suspended sentence of imprisonment of 8 weeks suspended for 12 months implemented concurrent. For original offence of criminal damage to property, suspended sentence of imprisonment of 4 weeks suspended for 12 months implemented concurrent. And for original offence of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, suspended sentence of imprisonment of 8 weeks suspended for 12 months implemented concurrent. Overall length of sentence is 18 weeks.

TONI IVAN SANTI, aged 23, of Budleigh Close, Weymouth. Admitted assault by beating. Community order made with supervision requirement for 12 months and to attend Thinking Skills Programme. Restraining order made. Ordered to pay £60 compensation.

WAYNE BELSON, aged 51, of Salisbury Road, Weymouth. Proved in absence of using a colour television without a licence. Fined £250 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

HARRY BURDAKY, aged 55, of Wyke Road, Weymouth. Proved in absence of using a colour television without a licence. Fined £300 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

NICOLA DONALDSON, aged 34, of The Doves, Weymouth. Proved in absence of using a colour television without a licence. Fined £300 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

DANA EVANS, aged 34, of Perth Street, Weymouth. Admitted using a colour television without a licence. Fined £75 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

RIA GLENN, aged 31, of Wyke Road, Weymouth. Proved in absence of using a colour television without a licence. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

ANOUSKA C IRELAND, aged 38, of Rockhampton Close, Weymouth. Admitted using a colour television without a licence. Fined £35 and ordered to pay £60 costs.

WAYNE ANTONY JONES, aged 42, of Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth. Admitted failing without reasonable excuse to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence order. Order varied with further curfew requirement.

JAMES MICHAEL PENKETH, aged 21, of Ranelagh Road, Weymouth. Admitted assault by beating. Committed to prison for 8 weeks suspended for 12 months with requirement to be under supervision for 12 months and curfew requirement for 3 months. Ordered to pay compensation of £50 and costs of £85. Admitted a second charge of assault by beating. Committed to prison for 8 weeks concurrent suspended for 12 months with requirements as above. Ordered to pay compensation of £50.

ERNEST CASEY, aged 55, of Ranelagh Road, Weymouth. Admitted making a statement or representation to the Department for Work and Pensions which was false, namely that application form for Jobseeker’s Allowance was correct and complete whereas it was not as you failed to declare that you were working. Community order made with requirement to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months. Ordered to pay £85 costs. Also admitted dishonestly failing to promptly notify Weymouth Portland Borough Council in the prescribed manner of a change of circumstances you knew would affect your entitlement to housing benefit and council tax benefit, namely that you were working. Community order made with requirement as above. Also admitted dishonestly failing to promptly notify the Department for Work and Pensions within the prescribed manner of a change of circumstances which you knew would affect your entitlement to Jobseeker’s Allowance, namely that you were working. Community order made with requirement as above.

THOMAS ALEXANDER LONGHORN, aged 20, of Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth. Admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place, namely Weymouth Esplanade. Discharged conditionally for 3 months.

PAUL IAN MCBRIDE, aged 34, of Sunnyside Road, Weymouth. Admitted assault by beating. Community order with requirement to be under supervision for 12 months and requirement to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months. Restraining order made. Ordered to pay £85 costs.

PAUL ROBERT NEWMAN, also known as PAUL ROBERT MARSHALL, aged 30, of Peartree Lane, Weymouth. Admitted theft by finding, stealing a guitar and an electric amp to the value of between £700 and £1,200. Community order with requirement to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months and ETE requirement for five sessions. Ordered to pay compensation of £200. Also admitted dishonestly making a false representation, namely sold an amp purporting to be the lawful owner, intending to make a gain. Community order with requirement as above. Ordered to pay compensation of £150.

GARY LEE ODDY, aged 19, of The Esplanade, Weymouth. Admitted assault by beating. Community order with requirement to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months. Ordered to pay £350 compensation and £50 costs.

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