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IN THE COURTS.

Jail for string of thefts and car offences

A COVENTRY man who committed a catalogue of offences, including store thefts, has been jailed for two months by city magistrates.

Darren Keith Baylis, aged 34, of Sadler Road, Radford, was charged with failing to produce a licence, using a vehicle without insurance and test certificate, failing to produce a certificate of insurance and test certificate, theft of a scooter valued at pounds 45 from Safeways, a sanding machine valued at pounds 20, a vacuum cleaner valued at pounds 195 from B&Q Warehouse, meat goods valued at pounds 42.34 from Somerfields, five sweaters and three body warmers valued at pounds 116.92 from Next, four video cassettes valued at pounds 59.96 from WH Smith, two counts each of interfering with a vehicle and failing to surrender to custody, one count each of using threatening words or behaviour, breach of a conditional discharge and obstructing a police constable in the execution of his duty.

Baylis was also fined pounds 200 or serve seven days detention and was banned from driving for six months under the totting-up provisions.

Other cases dealt with on April 27 included:

Wayne Simon Curtis, aged 37, of Craners Road, Hillfields, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate, fined pounds 230.

Carl Stephen Derbyshire, aged 28, of Stevens House, Bath Street, Hillfields, Coventry, having a lock knife in a public place without lawful authority, two charges of failing to surrender to custody and one charge of theft to the value of pounds 252.92, community rehabilitation order for nine months.

James Maurice Copson, aged 37, of Barkers Butts Lane, Coundon, Coventry, failing to provide a specimen or specimens of breath, using a vehicle without insurance and driving with an incorrect licence, fined pounds 450 and banned from driving for three years.

Azizure Rahman, aged 40, of Days Close, Hillfields, Coventry, assault by beating, conditional discharge for one year and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 75.

Anthony Joseph Valentine, aged 41, of Unity House, Cross Street, Hillfields, Coventry, drunk and disorderly behaviour in a public place and failing to surrender to custody, fined pounds 55.

Mark Thomas McDonald, aged 38, of Duke Barn Field, Stoke Heath, Coventry, three charges of theft to the total value of pounds 313, possession of amphetamine, a class B drug, driving with an incorrect licence, using a vehicle without insurance and driving with excess alcohol, community rehabilitation order for one year, ordered to attend appointments as directed by his supervising officer, ordered to forfeit the amphetamine for destruction, fined pounds 150, banned from driving for one year and a drink-drive course accepted.

Richard Anderson, aged 38, of Goodman Way, Tile Hill North, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate, fined pounds 190 and banned from driving for one year under the totting-up provisions.

Michaela Barr, aged 32, of St James Lane, Willenhall, Coventry, driving with an incorrect licence, failing to produce a licence, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate, fined pounds 150.

Rajeep Singh Grewal, aged 21, of Prior Deram Walk, Canley, Coventry, driving with excess alcohol, fined pounds 190 and banned from driving for 18 months.

Alan Keogh, aged 45, of Friswell House, Broad Park Road, Henley Green, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate, fined pounds 300.

Denise Perkins, aged 19, of Almond Tree Avenue, Alderman's Green, Coven- try, three charges of theft to the total value of pounds 104.29, one of breach of a conditional discharge and one of failing to surrender to custody, community rehabilitation order for one year.

Peter John Stringer, aged 30, of Gerard Avenue, Canley, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, fined pounds 200.

Roger Falconer, aged 31, of Everdon Road, Holbrooks, Coventry, possession of cannabis, a class B controlled drug, fined pounds 80 and ordered to forfeit the cannabis for destruction.

Ben Mark Flint, aged 19, of Ranby Road, Hillfields, Coventry, assault, conditional discharge for one year and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 100.

Neil Howard Blakeway, aged 22, of Lapworth Road, Wood End, Coventry, conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace, bound over for one year.

Gary Stuart George, aged 31, of Wycliffe Road West, Wyken, Coventry, conduct amounting to harassment, fined pounds 250 and a restraining order made prohibiting him from contacting his victim directly or indirectly.
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Date:May 30, 2001
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