In The Dock

In The Dock

In The Dock - Credit: Archant

The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between March 15-21:

* Ryan Edge (33), of Ashcombe Road, Weston. Theft: Sent to prison for 14 days, ordered to pay £80 victim surcharge. Failure to surrender: Sent to prison for seven days (consecutive). Drunk and disorderly behaviour: No separate penalty.

* John Watkins (29), of Manor Gardens, Kewstoke. Theft: 12-month community order with requirement to carry out 100 hours’ unpaid community work, ordered to pay £290.24 compensation, £300 costs and £60 victim surcharge.

* Erik Stromberg (49), of Camden Terrace, Weston. Dishonest use of electricity: Four-month community order with curfew, ordered to pay £85 costs and £60 victim surcharge. Possession of class B drug: No separate penalty.

* Karl Day (20), of Sunningdale Road, Weston. Three counts of theft: 12-month community order, ordered to carry out 120 hours’ unpaid community work and pay £50 costs.


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* Steven Wheeler (50), of Osborne Road, Weston. Driving without due care and attention: Six-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £35 costs.

* Billy Chapman (19), of Coleridge Road, Weston. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm: Sent to prison for six months.

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* Cameron Frost (20), of Pembroke Road, Weston. Drunk and disorderly behaviour: Fined £300 plus £85 costs and £30 victim surcharge. Breach of conditional discharge: Fined £200.

* Joelene Hancock (33), of Grasmere Drive, Weston. Theft: Six-week community order and curfew, ordered to pay £8.67 compensation and £60 victim compensation and £85 costs.

* Danny Lucas (22), of Worle Moor Road, Weston. Failure to obey drug assessment order: 83-day community order and curfew, ordered to pay £85 costs and £60 victim surcharge.

* Natasha Smith (27), of Old Bristol Road, Weston. Threatening behaviour: Six months in prison suspended for 24 months, six-month curfew. Assault occasioning actual bodily harm: Ordered to pay £85 costs and £80 victim surcharge.

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