In The Dock

PUBLISHED: 06:35 28 October 2011

Jail

Jail

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The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between October 17-21:

● Adrian Gillard (51), of Aschombe Road, Weston. Three counts of being drunk in a public place in breach of ASBO: Sent to prison for 120 days.

● James Stephenson (18), of Coleridge Road, Weston. Theft: Nine-month 
conditional discharge.

● Mateusz Bijak (25), of Elmhyrst Road, Weston. Drink-driving: Fined 
£250 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge, banned from driving for 20 months.

● Stefan Dann (19), of Kensington Road, Weston. Threatening behaviour: Fined £75 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

● Ryan Love (27), of George Street, Weston. Theft: One-year community order, ordered to pay £85 costs.

● Mark Swain (32), of Stafford Road, Weston. Drink-driving: Fined £740 plus £200 costs, banned from driving for four years.

● Rachel Beer (33), of Bournville 
Road, Weston. Two counts of assault: One-year community order with requirement to carry out 200 hours’ unpaid community work, ordered to pay £150 compensation.

● David Gilpin (23), of St Ives Road, Weston. Theft: Six-month community order with eight-week curfew, ordered to pay £35 compensation.

● Aaron Moffatt (25), of 
Shrubbery Road, Weston. Assault: 12-month conditional discharge with restraining order, ordered to pay £50 compensation. Criminal damage: Ordered to pay £700 compensation.

● Darren Seedhouse (38), of 
Christian Close, Worle. Drink-driving: Fined £100 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge, banned from driving for 20 months.

● Dennis Keane (41), of Crookes Lane, Kewstoke. Going equipped for burglary: One-year community order with 16-week curfew, ordered to pay £50 compensation. Threatening behaviour: No separate penalty.

● Alexander Barker (29), of Regent Street, Weston. Theft: Fined £35 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.


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