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CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Thursday, December 12, included: David Challenor, 45, of Charterhouse Road, Lower Stoke, was found guilty of failing to provide suitable environments for two corn snakes, a bearded dragon, two cats, three dogs, a hamster, two hedgehogs and two rabbits. He was jailed for 12 weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 200 hours' unpaid work, and told to pay an PS80 victim surcharge and PS500 costs.

Jason Gibbons, 36, of Banner Lane, Tile Hill North, was found guilty of breaching a nonmolestation order by driving down a named road, and encouraging a third party to intimidate a named person via Facebook. He was given a six-month community order with supervision and a restraining order, and told to pay a PS60 victim surcharge and PS250 costs.

CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Friday, a restraining order by contacting a named person. He was jailed for 26 weeks.

Elizabeth Anderson, 49, of Bell Green Road, Bell Green, admitted stealing items worth PS220.89 from Aldi, and items worth PS87.91 from Aldi. She was conditionally discharged for 12 months and told to pay PS87.91 compensation and a PS30 victim surcharge.

Darren Cooper, 47, of Watersmeet Grove, Stoke Heath, admitted assault by beating. He was conditionally discharged for 12 months and told to pay PS85 costs.

Andrew Finnie, 43, of Radford, Coventry, admitted stealing perfume worth PS45 from Debenhams and aftershave worth PS41 from Debenhams, and breaching a suspended sentence. He was jailed for 26 weeks.

Florin-Gabriel Fintinaru, 27, of Russell Street North, Hillfields, admitted stealing perfume worth PS70 from TK Maxx. He was jailed for 16 weeks.

December 13, included: Darren Gould, 47, of Stoney Stanton Road, Foleshill, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. He was conditionally discharged for six months and told to pay a PS15 victim surcharge and PS85 costs.

Luke Sillett, 26, of Whitnash Close, Balsall Common, admitted breaching a community order by failing to attend unpaid work. He was given a four-week curfew.

Glyn Skipper, 63, of Hendre Close, Whoberley, admitted driving while disqualified and with no insurance, failing to provide a breath-test and failing to stop at an accident. He was jailed for 12 weeks, suspended for 12 months, with programme and supervision requirements, banned from driving for three years, and told to pay an PS80 victim surcharge and PS85 costs.

Roy Johnston, 32, of Humber Road, Stoke, admitted breaching
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Date:Feb 4, 2014
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