In The Dock

The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between October 22-26:

* Joseph Bramble (25), of Wingard Close, Uphill. Threatening behaviour: 12-month community order with requirement to complete 80 hours’ unpaid community work.

* Daniel Careslade (23), of Blackthorne Terrace, Worle. Theft: Fined �40 plus �1.98 compensation, �85 costs and �20 victim surcharge.

* Anthony Halliday (18), of Bridge Road, Weston. Obstructing a police officer: Fined �75 plus �25 costs and �15 victim surcharge. Breach of conditional discharge: Fined �35.

* Duane Long (24), of Fullens Close, Weston. Possession of a class A drug: Fined �65 plus �85 costs and �15 victim surcharge.


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* Wayne Perry (42), of Abbey Gardens, Weston. Threatening behaviour: Fined �40 plus �85 costs and �15 victim surcharge.

* Yvonne Pollard (53), of Hambledon Road, Weston. Theft: Fined �70 plus �85 costs and �15 victim surcharge.

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* Neil Simons (37), of Windwhistle Circus, Weston. Threatening behaviour: One day’s detention.

* Charles Stroud (54), of Earlham Grove, Weston. Five counts of fraud: 12 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid community work and pay �85 costs. Driving without insurance: Licence endorsed with six penalty points. Taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent: No separate penalty.

* Barry Webber (29), of Madam Lane, Weston. Drink-driving: Fined �280 plus �85 costs and �15 victim surcharge, banned from driving for 20 months.

* Salim Mwita (30), of Winterstoke Road, Weston. Possession of a class A drug: Fined �70 plus �85 costs and �15 victim surcharge.

* Jamal Ali (21), of Vicarage Close, Weston. Assault: Two-year conditional discharge, ordered to pay �200 compensation.

* Mark Flemming (48), of Ashcombe Road, Weston. Theft: Eight-week community order and curfew, ordered to pay �50 compensation and �50 costs. Failure to surrender: One day’s detention. Breach of conditional discharge: No separate penalty.

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