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n. Road, Rugby, admitted stealing computer games worth pounds 132 from Asda. He was sentenced to 60 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay pounds 85 costs.
Stewart Thompson, 18, of Walsgrave Road, Coventry, admitted driving with defective tyres, driving with an incorrect licence, driving without an MOT, and driving with no insurance. He was fined pounds 100, given six points and ordered to pay pounds 80 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
Peter Hill, 49, of Moat Avenue, Finham, Coventry, admitted drink-driving, driving with no insurance, driving with an incorrect licence, and causing harassment, alarm or distress In English law Harassment, Alarm or Distress forms part of the Public Order Act 1986 (amended by the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994) under sections 4A and 5. Provisions of the law
The Public Order Act 1986, Section 5 states:
He was banned from driving for 40 months, sentenced to 120 hours of unpaid work, given a restraining order restraining order: see injunction. and ordered to pay pounds 85 costs.
Dean McIlhone, 41, of Marlcroft, Willenhall, Coventry Willenhall is a suburb of Coventry in the West Midlands of England.
Willenhall is in the south-east of the city adjacent to the suburbs of Binley, Ernesford Grange and Whitley. , admitted assaulting a police officer.
He was sentenced to 100 hours of unpaid and ordered to pay pounds 100 compensation and pounds 85 costs.
Matthew Julian, 31, of Bell Green Road, Bell Green, Coventry, admitted causing a breach of the peace. He was bound over in the sum of pounds 100 for 12 months.
Gurdev Sagoo, 56, of Goring Road, Stoke, Coventry, admitted stealing bedding worth pounds 380 from Debenhams while on licence from prison. He was jailed for 12 weeks.
Anna Rodda, 47, of Roundhouse Road, Coventry, admitted having a dog that was dangerously out of control. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge A conditional discharge is a sentence passed by a court whereby the defendant is not punished provided he complies with certain conditions. An absolute discharge is unconditional: in some jurisdictions, where no conditions are imposed at all, in others where the conditions and ordered to pay pounds 50 compensation.
Stuart Downie, 38, of Freehold Street, Hillfields, Coventry, caused a breach of the peace.
He was bound over in the sum of pounds 100 for six months.
Darryl Shanley, 26, of Sewall Highway, Wyken, Coventry, admitted assault by beating and breaching a restraining order. Jailed for 26 weeks.
Liam Kearney, 20, of Prior Deram Walk, Canley, Coventry, admitted causing criminal damage at Cannon Park Cannon Park is a suburb in the south-west of the City of Coventry, West Midlands, England. It can be accessed via the major roads Kenpas Highway (A45) or Kenilworth Road. The area has a shopping centre of the same name which features food stores, shops and eateries. Shopping Centre. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay pounds 85 costs and pounds 25 compensation.
Jamie McCoy, 20, of Fawley Close, Willenhall, Coventry, admitted causing criminal damage at Cannon Park Shopping Centre. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay pounds 85 costs and pounds 25 compensation. THE following cases were heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on December 23: Steven Wilson, 39, of Ringwood Highway, Potters Green, Coventry, admitted wasting police time and failing to surrender to custody. He was placed under supervision for 12 months, ordered to attend an alcohol treatment course and told to pay pounds 50 costs.
Shelbie Ellis, 20, of Grove Lane, Keresley, Coventry, was convicted of assault by beating. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay pounds 375 costs and pounds 100 compensation.
Ryan Griffiths, 25, of Rugby Road, Binley, Coventry, admitted driving with no insurance. He was fined pounds 240, given six points, and told to pay pounds 80 costs and a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
Samuel Swarn, 21, of Edgwick Road, Foleshill, Coventry, admitted breaking a 30mph speed limit. He was fined pounds 60, disqualified dis·qual·i·fy
tr.v. dis·qual·i·fied, dis·qual·i·fy·ing, dis·qual·i·fies
a. To render unqualified or unfit.
b. To declare unqualified or ineligible.
2. for six months and told to pay a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
James Charles, 26, of Arundel Road, Cheylesmore, Coventry, admitted damaging a car windscreen. He was told to pay pounds 100 compensation and pounds 50 costs.
Wesley Bickley, 28, of St James Lane, Willenhall, Coventry, admitted stealing alcohol worth pounds 47 from Morrisons. He was given a six-month conditional discharge and told to pay pounds 50 costs.
Alan Gilder, 26, of Hillside North, Stoke Heath, Coventry, admitted breaching a non-molestation order and a restraining order by sending 70 Facebook messages while subjected to a suspended sentence A sentence given after the formal conviction of a crime that the convicted person is not required to serve.
In criminal cases a trial judge has the ability to suspend the sentence of a convicted person. . He was jailed for 12 weeks.
Keith Beasley, 36, of Foleshill Road, Coventry, admitted stealing textiles worth pounds 132 from Ikea. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay pounds 50 costs.
Sean Payne, 18, of Joseph Latham House, Bell Green, Coventry, admitted stealing whiskey worth pounds 5.50 from Marks and Spencer, and failing to surrender to custody. He was fined pounds 50 and told to pay a pounds 15 victim surcharge.
Paul Roche, 43, of Jardine Crescent, Tile Hill, Coventry, stole toys worth pounds 140 from The Entertainer. He was given a 12-month drug rehabilitation order.
Corey Standen, 19, of Sadler Road, Radford, Coventry, admitted stealing a Sony camera and memory card worth pounds 60. Given a 12-month conditional discharge.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jan 13, 2012|
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