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In the courts.

CASES heard at Coventry Magistrates Court on Thursday, March 31, included: Daniel Blakemore, 27, of Harnall Lane, Foleshill, admitted stealing two bottles of Jack Daniels whiskey worth PS40 from Sainsbury's, stealing two bottles of Jack Daniels whiskey worth PS50 from Marks and Spencer, possession of cocaine, possession of cannabis, possession of diamorphine, and failing to answer bail. He was given a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, ordered to undertake a drug rehabilitation programme and ordered to pay PS50 compensation.

Anthony Lucid, 27, of Honeysuckle Drive, Aldermans Green, admitted possession of cannabis and failing to answer bail. He was fined PS100 and ordered to pay PS185 court costs and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Joshua Brandy, 22, of Highfield Road, Hillfields, admitted failing to attend a drug assessment. He was fined PS50 and ordered to pay PS135 court costs and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Ellery Queen, 56, of Roland Avenue, Holbrooks, admitted an assault. He was ordered to pay PS150 compensation and PS135 court costs.

Nicusor Mircea, 22, of Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill, admitted stealing a number plate, driving without insurance and driving without a licence. He was given 100 hours unpaid work, had six points endorsed on his driving licence and was ordered to pay PS135 court costs and a PS60 victim surcharge.

Robert Inglis, 27, of Burnham Road, Whitley, was found guilty in his absence of behaving in a disorderly, indecent or offensive manner at a railway station. He was fined PS440 and ordered to pay PS135 court costs and a PS44 victim surcharge.

Iulia Raducanu, 24, of Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill, admitted stealing four items of fragrance worth PS214 from Debenhams. She was given 120 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay PS71 compensation, PS135 court costs and a PS60 victim surcharge.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 7, 2016
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