IN COURT: Who's been jailed, disqualified or fined by Northampton magistrates

Offenders from Northampton, Towcester and Moulton have all been dealt with

Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 10:50 am
Updated Thursday, 4th March 2021, 8:44 am

■ The following cases were heard on February 22

George Laverick, aged 49, of Maidencastle, Northampton, threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, resisting police; two weeks in prison, surcharge to fund victim services of £128, costs of £85.

Mark Jeffrey Freeth, aged 43, of Waterfurrows Way, Moulton, drink-driving; disqualified 36 months, fined £120, surcharge to fund victim services of £34, costs of £85.

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Louis Frost, aged 22, of Barnwell Road, Northampton, drunk or disorderly; discharged conditionally for nine months, surcharge to fund victim services of £22, costs of £85.

Lewis James Hearne, aged 27, of Malthouse Close, Northampton, no licence, no insurance; disqualified six months, fined £200, surcharge to fund victim services of £34, costs of £85.

Dailidas Barauskas, aged 38, of Ellfield Court, Northampton, possession of ammunition without firearms licence; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge to fund victim services of £21, costs of £85.

Filip Mielniczyn, aged 22, of Wantage Road, Northampton, possession of class B drug — cannabis; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge to fund victim services of £22, costs of £85.

Aidan James Boyd, aged 22, of Broadway, Northampton, failed to stop after an accident, failed to give information after an accident; fined £650, surcharge to fund victim services of £65, costs of £85, seven penalty points.

Richie Burton, aged 32, of Turners Gardens, Northampton, failed to give details after an accident; fined £153, surcharge to fund victim services of £32, costs of £85, five penalty points.

Rokas Liola, aged 22, of Lower Priory Street, Northampton, no insurance, no licence; disqualified six months, fined £400, surcharge to fund victim services of £40, costs of £90.

Christopher De Luca, aged 30, of Redcar Road, Towcester, speeding; fined £643, disqualified 28 days, surcharge to fund victim services of £64, costs of £85.

Filip Mielniczyn, aged 22, of Wantage Road, Northampton, possession of class B drug — cannabis; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge to fund victim services of £22, costs of £85.

Raffaele Colonna, aged 61, of Russet Drive, Northampton, speeding; disqualified 14 days, fined £369, surcharge to fund victim services of £37, costs of £85.

Thomas Anthony Garrett, aged 19, of Carlton Road, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 22 months, fined £276, surcharge to fund victim services of £34, costs of £85.

Mohammed Nadir Hussain, aged 34, of Gladstone Road, Northampton, no insurance; fined £375, surcharge to fund victim services of £38, costs of £85, eight penalty points.

■ The following cases were heard on February 23

Sanchez Ferdinand, aged 31, of Brookside Meadows, Northampton, theft; community order, unpaid work requirement, compensation of £77.60, surcharge to fund victim services of £95.

Scott Anthony Mills, aged 34, of Albion Place, Northampton, drug-driving; disqualified 12 months, fined £230, surcharge to fund victim services of £34, costs of £85.

Patrick Joseph Obeirne, aged 48, of Newnham Road, Northampton, no licence, no insurance, obstructed a police officer, failed to surrender to custody; fined £320, surcharge to fund victim services of £34, costs of £85, six penalty points.

Nathaniel Lewis Dickinson, aged 34, Castilian Street, Northampton, drug-driving, breach of court order, disqualified 15 months, community order, court order, fined £135, surcharge to fund victim services of £32, costs of £85.

Zolt Molnar, aged 37, of Beech Avenue, Northampton, failed to provide specimen of blood; disqualified 18 months, community order, surcharge to fund victim services of £95, costs of £85.

Kamran Butt, aged 58, of Lindsay Avenue, Northampton, no insurance, no licence; disqualified six months, fined £461, surcharge to fund victim services of £46, costs of £85.

■ The following cases were heard on February 24

Margaret Connors, aged 23, of Mushroomfield Road, Northampton, theft, fined £80, surcharge to fund victim services of £30.

Anthony Lunga, aged 24, of Clumber Drive, Northampton, assault, threatening behaviour, possession of class B drug — cannabis; community order to carry out unpaid work, compensation of £250, surcharge to fund victim services of £95, costs of £710.

Anthony Lunga, aged 24, of Clumber Drive, Northampton, sent offensive or indecent text messages, sent offensive or indecent emails; community order to carry out unpaid work, compensation of £75.

Nicholas Adam Vaughan, aged 29, of Bootmaker Close, Woodford Halse, assault, criminal damage; fined £100, compensation of £40, surcharge to fund victim services of £33, costs of £85.

Arron James Lacey, aged 28, of Spring Boroughs, Northampton, assault; community order requiring unpaid work, compensation of £275.

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