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BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.

The following people were dealt with at Cardiff Magistrates' Court for using a television without a licence: Paul Borriello, 30, of Pennsylvania, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after he was convicted in his absence. Andrew Briton, 31, of Redhouse Close, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after he was convicted in his absence. Emma Brown, 21, of Dickens Avenue, Llanrumney, Cardiff was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence. Leona Buckmaster, 24, of Glyn Collen, Pentwyn, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Patricia Cauchi, 29, of Pen y Garn Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Theresa Coles, 41, of Bedwas Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Natasha Condon, 24, of Margam Road, Gabalfa, Cardiff, was fined pounds 200 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Sharon Creaghan, 39, of Heol Deva, Caerau, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Andrea Creedy, 37, of Colwill Road, Llandaff North, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Kelly Davies, 25, of Uphill Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Marie Davies, 37, of Wheatley Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Mel Davies, 26, of Bridgewater Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Sarah Dennett, 25, of Radyr Place, Gabalfa, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Gemma Diaz, 24, of Lawrenny Avenue, Leckwith, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Lee Evans, 21, of Aberporth Road, Gabalfa, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after he was convicted in his absence.

Yvonne Evans, 36, of Wheatley Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Alpha Faya, 20, of Clos Pen y Clawdd, St Mellons, Cardiff, was fined pounds 80 with pounds 60 court costs after she pleaded guilty.

Lee Field, 20, of Malmesmead Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, was fined pounds 50 with pounds 60 court costs after he pleaded guilty.

Deborah Jane Grennan, 34, of Courtis Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 50 with pounds 30 court costs after she pleaded guilty.

Nessa Hassan, 30, of Applewood Close, Splott, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Lianne Holmes, 31, of Hammond Way, Penylan, Cardiff, was fined pounds 200 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Claire Jones, 36, of Marcross Road, Ely, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Ian Jones, 39, of Ystrad Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after he was convicted in his absence.

Julia Jordan, 27, of Brynfedw, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence.

Rafal Kosmala, 27, of Richards Terrace, Roath, Cardiff, was fined pounds 100 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence. Maria Lewis, 31, of St Donats Road, Leckwith, Cardiff, was fined pounds 250 with pounds 60 court costs after she was convicted in her absence. James Maher, 26, of Glyn Collen, Pentwyn, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 with pounds 60 court costs after he was convicted in his absence.: Laptop search led police to find drug den:A man has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after allowing his home to be used as a drugs den. Police were carrying out a search warrant when they burst into the home of Damien Robson, 32, and found drugs and a stolen laptop computer. Robson, of Masefield Way, Rhydyfelin, didn't answer the door when police knocked, so they forced entry, a court was told. Fraser Stroud, defending at Pontypridd Magistrates' Court, said police officers initially went to the house looking for the laptop computer on the morning of January 30, but they later accepted that Robson bought the equipment in good faith. Robson told them he bought the computer from a man known as 'Troy'. He said the cannabis belonged to a friend of his and admitted allowing him to smoke the drug in his house. Mr Stroud said the house was not a 'regular venue' for drug taking. He added: 'Robson doesn't use any drugs. He has been clean for ages, but he did allow his friend to smoke cannabis in the house.' He was ordered to carry out 40 hours unpaid work and an order was made to destroy the drugs.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 22, 2007
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