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The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | | James Denis Fawcett, 36, of Bethania Street, Maesteg, admitted drunk and disorderly behaviour and failing to surrender to custody and was fined PS50. He also admitted causing unlawful damage to a windscreen wiper and was fined another PS50 as well as being ordered to pay compensation of PS20, a victim surcharge of PS30 and PS100 costs.

| David Klempar, 25, of Pennsylvania, Pentwyn, Cardiff, admitted driving while disqualified and driving without insurance. He was disqualified from driving for 15 months and ordered to pay PS85 towards victim services, plus PS85 costs. | Richard James Anderson, 43, of Laburnum Place, Fairwater, Cardiff, admitted two counts of assault by beating. He was committed to prison for four months and ordered to pay PS100 in compensation, as well as PS115 to victim services and PS85 to the Crown Prosecution Service. He was also banned from any licensed premises for six months. | Kevin Wayne Davies, 36, of Heol Cynwyd, Maesteg, admitted breaching a restraining order by making calls and sending text messages. A community order was made requiring him to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work in the next year. He must pay PS85 towards victim services and PS85 costs.

| Chad Joseph Clemo, 44, of Laburnum Close, Barry, was fined PS150 for driving without due care and attention. He was disqualified for four months and ordered to pay PS85 towards victim services and PS625 in costs. He also admitted assault by beating and was ordered to pay PS500 in compensation. A restraining order and curfew were imposed.

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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 16, 2016
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