From court registers dated October 8, 11, 13, 14


MARK ANDREW MCMASTER, aged 49, of Ranelagh Road, Weymouth. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order made by Dorset Magistrates' Court by failing to attend a planned office appointment and an unpaid work requirement. Also failed to provide documentary evidence for the absences within the required timescales. Admits breach. New and varied requirements: Must carry out unpaid work for 118 hours within the next twelve months. Fined £30. To pay costs of £60.

ADAM JOHN FLIPPENCE, aged 52, of Church Street, Weymouth. Admitted charge of complaint for committal to prison or for an order for disqualification from holding or obtaining a driving licence for non-payment of child support and costs of £1,351.64. Committed to prison for 7 days suspended for 2 years. Reason for custody: to pay child maintenance of £50 per month, first payment to be made in 28 days' time (11/11/2021).


NATHANIEL DOWNER, also known as NATHANIEL H E A MILLER, aged 38, of HMP Exeter.

Admitted, at HM YOI The Grove, Portland, assaulting an emergency worker, namely a prison officer, acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him. To pay compensation of £200.


WILLIAM HENRY COOK, aged 56, of High East Street, Dorchester. Found guilty of, at The Forum Centre Co-op, Trinity Street, Dorchester, stole Ciroc vodka to the value of £120 belonging to Co-operative Stores. Fined £180. To pay compensation of £120, to pay a victim surcharge of £34, costs of £85.


GARETH ALAN JOHN BEACH, aged 39, of Hemp Way, Bridport. Admitted assaulting a victim by beating her, at Bridport. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. To pay compensation of £100, to pay a victim surcharge of £21, costs of £85.


CLYDE DIBBEN, also known as GORDON CLYDE DIBBEN, aged 56, of Orchard Close, Fontmell Magna. Admitted charge of, without reasonable excuse, contacting an individual whilst prohibited from doing so by a restraining order imposed by Bournemouth Crown Court. Fined £200, to pay victim surcharge of £34, costs of £85.