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DORCHESTER

ALEXANDER GREEN, aged 39, of The Friary, Hilfield, Dorchester. Admitted to making a threatening telephone call that was grossly offensive or of an indecent character. Discharged conditionally for six months. Restraining order made. Ordered to pay £85 costs.

MARK ERIC THOMAS, aged 40, of Wollaston Road. Admitted assault by beating. Discharged conditionally for six months. Restraining order made. Ordered to pay £85 costs.

LAUREN DOWNES, aged 26, of Holbaek Close. Admitted to using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £450 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

BRENDAN MCLAUGHLIN, aged 55, of Harewood Court, Poundbury. Proved in absence of using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £120 costs. PETER ANTHONY BUNN, aged 24, of Wadebridge Street, Poundbury. Admitted driving whilst disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence. Also admitted driving another vehicle whilst disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence on a different date. Discharged conditionally for six months. No licence endorsement as court accepted he was unaware of disqualification.

WEST DORSET

GARY BULL, aged 51, of Barrack Street, Bridport. Admitted using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £265 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

REBECCA HYNE, aged 41, of Coronation Road, Bridport. Proved in absence of using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined 3200 and ordered to pay £120 costs. TRACEY MCFADDEN, aged 41, of Orchard Close, Drimpton, Beaminster. Admitted exceeding 40 mph speed limit in contravention of a Local Traffic Order. Fined £75. Licence endorsed with four points.

JAMES ROBERT CRABB, aged 26, of St Swithins Court, St Swithins Road, Bridport. Proved in absence of riding in a front passenger seat of a motor vehicle being driven on a road whilst not wearing a seatbelt. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

RICHARD WILLIAM LEWIS, aged 66, of Chardsmead Court. Admitted speeding by exceeding 30 mph on a restricted road, travelling at 37 mph. Fined £65. Licence endorsed with three points.

JACK PETER TAPPING, aged 32, of East Road, Bridport. Proved in absence of driving a motor vehicle on a road with a child under 14 years in front passenger seat not wearing a seatbelt. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

SAM LAURENCE HARMAN, aged 24, of Barrowfield Close, Burton Bradstock, Bridport. Admitted to failing to provide information relating to the identity of a driver when required who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. Fined £75 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Licence endorsed with six points.

SHANE ANDREW CHRISTIAN, aged 37, of Orchard Avenue, Bridport. Admitted using violence to secure entry to premises. Fined £50 and ordered to pay £30 costs.

NORTH DORSET

PETER HAMMOND DOLLAR, aged 64, of Peacemarsh, Gillingham. Admitted speeding by exceeding 30 mph on a restricted road, travelling at 38 mph. Fined £135 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Disqualified for holding or obtaining a driving licence for six months.

SIMON JAMES KERCHER, aged 24, of Moorside, Sturminster Newton. Admitted speeding by exceeding 30 mph, travelling at 43 mph. Fined £100 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Licence endorsed with four points.

IVAN KOCHEV TINKOV, aged 39, of Red Rose Court, Sturminster Newton. Admitted speeding by exceeding 40 mph, travelling at 55 mph. Fined £100 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Licence endorsed with three points.

BRIAN ANDREW TRENT, aged 53, of Bournemouth Road, Blandford St. Mary, Blandford Forum. Admitted to speeding by exceeding 30 mph on a restricted road, travelling at 46 mph. Fined £100 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Licence endorsed with four points.

CHARLES MICHAEL WALLER, aged 21, of Fairfield, Beaminster. Admitted to driving on a road in a motor vehicle whilst not wearing a seatbelt. Fined £100 HANNAH GEMMA SMITH, aged 22, of St Lawrence Crescent, Shaftesbury. Admitted to driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence. Fined £35 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Also admitted to using a motor vehicle on a road without third party insurance. Fined £75. Licence endorsed with six points.

MARTIN JAMES BEALING, aged 25, of Philip Road, Blandford Forum. Admitted failing to comply with a direction given by a police constable in uniform to leave a locality and not return for a period of 12 hours. Fined £50 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

RICHARD CHRISTOPHER SMITH, aged 20, of Coronation Road, Gillingham. Admitted causing criminal damage to a property valued under £5,000. Discharged conditionally for 18 months and ordered to pay £270 compensation.

BRIAN DAVID SPEARING, aged 22, of Alner Road, Blandford Forum. Admitted to failing to comply with a direction given by a police constable in uniform to leave a locality and not return for a period of 12 hours. Fined £50 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

PORTLAND

DEMIAN ALDOUS PETCH, aged 34, of Parkview Flats, Easton Square. Admitted to assault by beating. Discharged conditionally for 12 months and ordered to pay £50 costs.

WEYMOUTH

CHRISTIAN ZACHERY JAKE MCARTHUR, aged 20, of no fixed abode. Appeared at Weymouth and admitted stealing a pedal cycle of a value unknown. Also admitted possessing a quantity of cannabis resin, a controlled drug of class B. Admitted breaching a conditional discharge order imposed for six months. Also admitted to failing without reasonable excuse to surrendering to custody at Weymouth Magistrates’ Court having been released on bail. Fined £100 JOHN DENNIS RUNYEARD, aged 26, of Chapelhay Heights. Admitted breaching a non-molestation order by communicating via a private message through Facebook. Community order made with requirement to participate in Thinking Skills Programme for 15 days. Also required to attend appointments as part of a supervision requirement for 12 months. Required to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work for the next 12 months.

KELLY CARTER, aged 33, of Lanehouse Rocks Road. Found guilty in absence of using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £160 costs.

SARAH BARNES, aged 47, of Bridlebank Way, Upwey. Proved in absence of using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £500 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

PAUL CARR, aged 37, of Selwyn Close. Admitted to using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £35.

MELISSA HARVEY, aged 31, of Holly Road. Proved in absence of using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £120 costs.

JOANNE MOORE, aged 42, of Culliford Way. Admitted using a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £55.

JACK CONWAY-MCDONAGH, aged 19, of Chapelhay Heights. Proved in absence of riding in a rear passenger seat in a motor vehicle on a road failing to wear a seatbelt. Fined £200 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

JAMES WYMAN LEE, aged 41, of Teal Avenue, Chickerell, Weymouth. Found guilty of failing to provide specimen for analysis. Fined £630 and ordered to pay £650 costs. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 16 months. Also admitted to driving a mechanically propelled vehicle on a road in a public place without due care and attention. Fined £280.

GARY KEYTES, aged 33, of Douglas Road. Admitted driving a vehicle when alcohol level about limit, consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in breath was 73 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal alcohol limit for drivers is 35 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath. Fined £100 and ordered to pay £85 costs. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 16 months. Also admitted to possessing a quantity of cannabis, a class B drug. Fined £50. Also admitted breaching a suspended sentence order of 22 weeks imprisonment suspended for 12 months.

DANIEL PAUL LANKSHEAR, aged 27, of Southview Road. Admitted to failing to comply with a direction given by a police constable in uniform to leave a locality and not return for a period of eight hours. Fined £50 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

JULIE GEORGINA GIBSON, aged 33, of Carlton Road South, Weymouth. Admitted to causing criminal damage to property valued under £5,000. Ordered to pay compensation of £50 and to pay £50 costs.

THERESA JAQUELINE BENBOW, aged 38, of Emmadale Close. Admitted possessing a knife blade in a public place. Also admitted persistently using public communication networks to cause annoyance. Admitted breaching a conditional discharge order imposed for 12 months. Discharged conditionally for two years. Anti-social behaviour order made.

AARON MARTIN PETER SNELL, aged 37, of no fixed abode. Appeared at Weymouth after he admitted stealing a bottle of wine to the value of £6. Also admitted stealing a bottle of wine to the value of £6 from the same shop on a different day. Ordered to pay compensation of £6.

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10:36pm Wed 27 Aug 14

sweetdreamgirl says...

Seems to me that people are getting heavier fines for exceeding speed limit than those who have used violence or damaged properties,that surely sends out the wrong message to criminals? Or is just me thinking that?
Seems to me that people are getting heavier fines for exceeding speed limit than those who have used violence or damaged properties,that surely sends out the wrong message to criminals? Or is just me thinking that? sweetdreamgirl
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4:10pm Tue 2 Sep 14

JamesYoung says...

sweetdreamgirl wrote:
Seems to me that people are getting heavier fines for exceeding speed limit than those who have used violence or damaged properties,that surely sends out the wrong message to criminals? Or is just me thinking that?
I sort of agree....but then somebody nicking a crate of lager is unlikely to be responsible for a death.
[quote][p][bold]sweetdreamgirl[/bold] wrote: Seems to me that people are getting heavier fines for exceeding speed limit than those who have used violence or damaged properties,that surely sends out the wrong message to criminals? Or is just me thinking that?[/p][/quote]I sort of agree....but then somebody nicking a crate of lager is unlikely to be responsible for a death. JamesYoung
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