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KIRKLEES Magistrates' Court sitting in Huddersfield recorded the following decisions on September 25.

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  • John Duffy (musician), singer for The Shillaly Brothers]]
  • John Duffy and David Mulcahy, rapists and murderers known as the Railway Rapists
 (24), Brackenhall Road, Sheepridge.

Possessing mephedrone. Fined PS70 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Gary John Eyles (36), No fixed abode One's home; habitation; place of dwelling; or residence. Ordinarily means "domicile." Living place impermanent in character. The place where a person dwells. Residence of a legal voter. Fixed place of residence for the time being. . Theft. Prison for four weeks.

Christopher Graves (27), Mount Street, Cleckheaton. Assault and criminal damage. Fined PS250, ordered to pay PS260 compensation with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

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  • William Goscombe John (1860), Welsh sculptor
  • William John (politician) (1878–1955), Welsh Labour Party Member of Parliament for Rhondda West 1920–1955
  • Will John (born 1985), American soccer player
 Mooney (51), Caldercliffe Road, Berry Brow. Breach of anti-social behaviour order. Curfew order for 12 weeks with PS140 costs.

Ambeer Khan (20), Alder Street, Fartown. Failing to provide driver's identity and failing to surrender to custody. Fined PS165 with PS85 costs, PS15 victim surcharge and banned from driving for six months.

Martin Christopher Brosnan (24), Hebden Court, Oakes. Criminal damage, assaulting a police officer, assault, threatening behaviour and resisting a police officer. Community order for 12 months, ordered to pay PS200 compensation with PS100 costs.

Emma Daniels (20), Bishops Court, Berry Brow. Aided and procured a person to drive a vehicle while they were disqualified dis·qual·i·fy  
tr.v. dis·qual·i·fied, dis·qual·i·fy·ing, dis·qual·i·fies
1.
a. To render unqualified or unfit.

b. To declare unqualified or ineligible.

2.
 from driving and had no insurance. Fined PS150 with PS100 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (6pts).

Andrew William Greenoff (33), Lea Head, Birkby. Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional curfew order for seven days.

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With Bill Gates, he formed Microsoft.
 Richardson (29), Woodhead Road, Berry Brow. Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional residence requirement.

Karen Marie Schorah (39), Horse Bank Drive, Lockwood.

Breach of community order. Order revoked. Charged with theft, harassment and dishonestly using electricity. Community order for nine months.

Hayley Marie Spink (21), c/o Gisbourne Road, Bradley. Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional three days.

Lee Varley (28), Lockwood Road, Lockwood. Breach of community order. Order revoked. Charged with fraud. Prison for six weeks.

Leon David Leon David was an alleged assassin of Malcolm X, but was never convicted of this crime. A member of the Nation of Islam, he lives in New Jersey.

Talmadge Hayer, who had been convicted in the murder of Malcolm X and sentenced to life in prison, signed two affidavits that his charged
 Walsh (19), North Road, Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury Ravensthorpe is an area of Dewsbury, in West Yorkshire, England. Ravensthorpe is on the western outskirts of Dewsbury and is part of the "Dewsbury West" ward in the district of Kirklees. The area has always been heavily industrial and was once bustling with textile mills. . Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional six hours.

Amanda Bristol (45), Elder Road, Bradley. False representation to claim benefits. Prison for 16 weeks suspended for 24 months, curfew order for three months with PS250 costs.

Lee McPartling (25), Birch Avenue, Sowerby Bridge. Fishing without licence. Fined PS35 with PS15 victim surcharge.

Paul McPartling (44), Birch Avenue, Sowerby Bridge. Fishing without licence and failing to state name and address to water bailiff WATER BAILIFF, English law. An officer appointed to search ships in ports. 10 H. vii., 30. . Fined PS35 with PS15 victim surcharge.

David Paprocki (34), Woodland View, Thongsbridge.

Fishing without licence. Fined PS200 with PS127 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Anne Denise Smirthwaite (58), Chidswell Lane, Dewsbury. False representation to claim benefits. Fined PS150 with PS373 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Magistrates recorded the following decisions on September 26.

Ben Coulter (26), Bay Hall Common Road, Birkby. Breach of community order. Order revoked. Charged with handling stolen goods. Prison for four weeks.

Joshua Lee Regan (20), Lavender Croft, White Lee, Heckmondwike. Drunk and disorderly behaviour and failing to surrender to custody. Fined PS145 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Nicole Jay Higgins (25), Hall Cross Road, Lowerhouses. Assault. Curfew order for 12 weeks, ordered to pay PS150 compensation and PS100 costs.

Kalwant Singh (52), Oastler Avenue, Springwood spring·wood  
n.
Young, usually soft wood that lies directly beneath the bark and develops in early spring.
. Failing to comply with light signal at pelican crossing. Fined PS150 with PS150 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (3pts).

Mohammed Munir (34), Beech Street, Huddersfield. Stopping in a zebra controlled area. Fined PS60 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (3pts).

Damian Michael Auty (32), c/o Mountain Road, Thornhill, Dewsbury. Breach of community order. Order to continue with an additional 14 days residence requirement.

Kathleen Byrne (51), Windsor Close, Shaw Cross, Dewsbury. False representation to claim benefits. Conditional discharge for 12 months with PS125 costs.

Magistrates' recorded the following decisions on September 27.

Laura Jane Heywood (18), Huddersfield Road, Battyeford, Mirfield. Possession of MCat and breach of conditional discharge. Fined PS70 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Matthew James Day (23), Batley Street, Moldgreen. Criminal damage and assault. Curfew order for eight weeks, restraining order restraining order: see injunction.  for 12 months and ordered to pay PS80 compensation with PS150 costs.

Alison Wilkinson (30), Holme Park Court, Berry Brow. Criminal damage. Fined PS110 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge.

Philip Downing (32), North Street, Lockwood. Theft, in possession of a dangerous weapon, failing to surrender to custody and breach of community order. Community order revoked. Prison for 20 weeks.

Gareth James Green (32), Norwood Road, Birkby. Assault. Community order for 12 months and ordered to pay PS85 costs.

Carl Ackroyd (43), Quarry Court, Quarry Road, Dewsbury. Driving without insurance, correct licence and failing to produce licence documents. Fined PS590 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (8pts).

Jonathan Coates (33), Manchester Road, Slaithwaite. Driving without insurance and correct licence. Fined PS590 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (8pts).

Simon Edward Cottrell (29), Handel Street, Golcar. Driving without insurance and failing to produce licence documents. Fined PS590 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (8pts).

Craig Day (22), Lavender Croft, White Lee, Heckmondwike. Driving with defective tyre. Fined PS65 with PS85 costs, PS15 victim surcharge and banned from driving for seven days.

Brian Haigh (46), Causeway Side, Linthwaite. Driving without insurance and failing to produce insurance documents. Fined PS590 with PS85 costs and PS15 victim surcharge (8pts).
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Oct 10, 2012
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