In The Dock

PUBLISHED: 06:26 14 October 2011

Jail

Jail

Archant

The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between October 3-7:

● Jason Cook (19), of The Weind, 
Worle. Threatening behaviour: One-year community order with requirement to carry out 40 hours’ unpaid community work, ordered to pay £85 costs.

● Kirsti Gills (36), of Summerfield, Weston. Theft: 12-month conditional discharge.

● Adam Lawrence (20), of St Ives Road, Weston. Assault: Six-month 
community order with three-month 
curfew, ordered to pay £100 
compensation. Breach of conditional discharge: Fined £15 plus £15 victim surcharge.

● Dacian Martin (26), of Hopkins Street, Weston. Theft: Six-month 
community order with two-month curfew. Possession of a knife: Ordered to pay £85 costs.

● Laura Mason (22), of Rose Gardens, Weston. Theft: 12-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £85 costs.

● Rhys Meaney (25), of Varsity Way, Locking. Possession of a class B drug: Fined £150 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

● Kim Reynolds (31), of Waverley Road, Weston. Theft: 12-month 
conditional discharge, ordered to pay £85 costs.

● Fatih Keskinsu (46), of Stowey Road, Yatton. Drink-driving: Fined £400 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge, banned from driving for four years.

● Richard Weeks (41), of Grasmere Drive, Weston. Theft: 12-month 
conditional discharge, ordered to pay £50 costs.

● Gary Wrixon (36), of High Street, Worle. Driving without due care and attention: Fined £80 plus £568.50 compensation, £35 costs and £15 victim surcharge, licence endorsed with three penalty points.

● Michael Rabjohns (44), of Alfred Street, Weston. Theft: Six-month 
conditional discharge.

● Estel Hasson (21), of Grasmere Drive, Weston. Threatening 
behaviour: Six-month community order with four-week curfew, ordered to pay £200 compensation.


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