IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Northampton, Brixworth, Blakesley and Potterspury

Offences include drink-driving, criminal damage … and stealing chocolate worth £160

Wednesday, 9th June 2021, 1:08 pm

■ These cases were heard by Northamptonshire magistrates Court on May 24

Paul John Jarvis, aged 35, of Park Avenue North, Northampton, drink-driving, driving without due care and attention; disqualified 20 months, fined £1,166, surcharge £116, costs £85.

Kyle Jordan Turay, aged 24, of Swansea Road, Northampton, no insurance, driving while disqualified, drug-driving; 24 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, disqualified 24 months, pay a surcharge to fund victim services £128, pay costs £85 to Crown Prosecution Service.

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Northampton Magistrates Court

Joshua Frederick Leslie Harvey, aged 22, of Clarence Avenue, Northampton, possession of a quantity of cannabis; fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Wain Wynter, aged 47, of Balmoral Road, Kingsthorpe, theft of meat from Aldi, Northampton, to value of £110, theft from Co-op of boxes of chocolates to value of £160; discharged conditionally for 24 months, compensation of £160.

Peter James Harrison, aged 28, of The Headlands, Northampton, possession of a quantity of cocaine on September 9, 2020; fined £323, surcharge £65.

Peter James Harrison, aged 28, of The Headlands, Northampton, possession of a quantity of cocaine on May 16, 2020; fined £323, surcharge £65, costs £85.

Stacey Rebecca Scotland, aged 42, of Newnham Road, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 17 months, fined £323, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Curtis Antony Whitlock, aged 33, of Adnitt Road, Northampton, drove a Voi scooter while drunk; community order with 40 hours unpaid work, disqualified 17 months, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Harrison Joseph, aged 28, of Wysall Road, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 12 months, fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £85.

James Walker, aged 41, of Quinbury End, Blakesley, drink-driving; disqualified 17 months, fined £120, surcharge £34.

Blessing Bhebe, aged 29, of Clarence Avenue, Northampton, failed to give information relating to identification of a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence; fined £557, surcharge £56, costs £620, six penalty points.

■ These cases were heard on May 25

Victor Ninicu, aged 22, of Obelisk Rise, Northampton, no insurance, no MoT; fined £461, surcharge £46, costs £85, six penalty points.

Liam Smyth, aged 24, of West Ridge, Northampton, drunk and disorderly behaviour; fined £66, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Gareth James Mundy, aged 49, of Meadow View, Potterspury, assaulted a woman by beating; community order, fined £500, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Ben Bartlett, aged 26, of Danetree Gardens, Northampton, possession of a knife in a public place; community order with 200 hours unpaid work; surcharge £95, costs £85.

Tracelle Elizabeth Stewart, aged 50, of Queens Crescent, Northampton, possession of a quantity of class A drugs — diamorphine and cocaine; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge £22, costs £85.

Norbert Kowalewski, aged 30, of Eastfield Road, Delapre, driving while disqualified, possession of cannabis; community order with 160 hours unpaid work, disqualified six months, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Aras Abdulla Daowd, aged 36, of Huxloe Rise, Northampton, taking and driving away, no insurance, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence; community order with 80 hours unpaid work, disqualified six months, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Raimonda Rutkauskaite, aged 35, of Rothersthorpe Road, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 18 months, fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Liam Troy Cowdell, aged 21, of Brookside Meadows, Kings Heath, drove an e-scooter without due care and attention, no insurance, no MoT, used threatening or abusive words or behaviour; fined £535, surcharge £53, costs £85, eight penalty points.

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