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Court: Weekly results from cases heard at magistrates courts

From this week the Mercury will be carrying details of cases heard at magistrates courts.

The details are taken from the court registers once cases are completed.

We are not including minor speeding offences.

Loughborough Magistrates Court, January 23

Edward Jones, 37, of Derwent Drive, Oakham pleaded guilty to using threatening words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour which could cause harassment, alarm or distress. He was given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge. A two-year anti-social behaviour order was also made which said the defendant must not solicit any woman from a car or solicit or repeatedly approach any woman who has indicated that she does not wish for any such contact to approach or take place or to continue to take place.

Graham Caddy, 24, of Brooke Road, Oakham pleaded guilty to drink driving in High Street, Oakham on December 16. A breath test revealed he had 60 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35.

He was banned from driving for 16 months, to be reduced by four months if he completes an awareness course. He was also fined £550, ordered to pay a £55 victim surcharge and pay £85 costs. Caddy also pleaded guilty to driving without the correct licence on December 15. No separate penalty was given.

Julia Kilgallen, 42, of Priory Court, South Witham, admitted being more than three times the drink drive limit and was sentenced to eight weeks in jail, suspended for 12 months.

Kilgallen drove along Bowling Green Lane, Market Overton, and Mill Lane, Cottesmore, on November 6. A breath test gave a reading of 128 - the legal limit is 35. Kilgallen was ordered to pay an £80 victim surcharge and £85 costs. She was banned from driving for two-and-a-half years, to be reduced by seven months if she completes an awareness course. Kilgallen also pleaded guilty to using a vehicle without an MoT. No separate penalty was given.

Alan Dear, 31, of Oakham Road, Greetham, pleaded guilty to two charges of causing criminal damage and using threatening or abusive behaviour with intent to cause fear or provoke.

He admitted damaging a car in Oakham on November 9 and destroying a car windscreen worth £150 on November 28.

He was ordered to complete a nine-month supervision order, pay £250 in compensation to the car owners and pay a £60 victim surcharge

Loughborough Magistrates Court, January 25

Frank Ash, 87, of Church Street, Langham, was found guilty of failing to stop at a red light at a level crossing in Oakham on July 27 last year. He was fined £130, ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge, pay £100 costs and had his licence endorsed with three points.

Loughborough Magistrates Court, January 28

David Lambert, 28, of Kilburn End, Oakham pleaded guilty to driving without insurance in Station Road, Oakham on June 21 last year. He was fined £285, ordered to pay £60 costs and a £15 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

Naomi Condron, 38, of Beech Road, Oakham pleaded guilty to failing to stop at a red light at a level crossing in Oakham on September 19 last year. She was fined £75, ordered to pay £75 costs and a £15 victim surcharge and her licence was endorsed with three penalty points.

Paul Hammond, 36, of Siskin Road, Uppingham, was fined £600 for failing to identify the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. The case was proved in his absence and he was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £15 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

John Jowett, 79, of Hawthorn Drive, Uppingham was fined £100 after pleading guilty to failing to stop at a red light at a level crossing in Oakham. He was ordered to pay £40 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with three penalty points.

Grantham Magistrates Court, January 30

Samuel Langford, 31, of Godsey Lane, Market Deeping, was fined £600 for failing to identify the driver of a vehicle alleged to been guilty of an offence.

The case was proved in his absence and he was ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge, £85 costs and had his licence endorsed with six penalty points.

Simon Saunston, of Slate Drift, Collyweston, was fined £600 for failing to identify the driver of a vehicle alleged to have been guilty of an 
offence. The case was proved in his absence and he was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £60 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

 

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