Editor's note: An earlier version of this article stated that Chloe Thompson, aged 24, of Boughton, had been convicted of driving an e-scooter on a road otherwise than in accordance with a licence. This information was incorrect. We would like to make it clear that Ms Thompson has not been convicted of the offence. We apologise for the error and for any upset and distress caused.
■These cases were heard by local magistrates on May 12
TROY ANTHONY HOGG, aged 22, of Nethermead Court, Northampton, breached court order; fined £100, Crown Prosecution Service costs £177.
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MATTHEW MULLEN, aged 33, of West Oval, Northampton, drink-driving; community order, surcharge to fund victim services £95. costs £85, disqualified for 25 months.
ISAAC AYIM, aged 35, of Alexander Court, Northampton, drink-driving, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, no insurance; 150 hours unpaid work, surcharge £95, costs £620, disqualified for 28 months.
GRAEME ANDREW GLACKIN, aged 37, of The Crescent, Northampton, speeding; fined £121, surcharge £34, three points.
MIHAI LIZA, aged 30, of Dandelion Close, Northampton, speeding; fined £292, surcharge £34, costs £85, three points.
SEBASTIAN LENTON-LEAVER, aged 33, of Hardwick Lodge Lane, Hardwick, speeding; fined £153, surcharge £34.
LEE WILDE, aged 24, of Perry Close, Northampton, drove an e-scooter on a road otherwise than in accordance with a licence, no insurance; fined £133, surcharge £34, costs £85, three points.
AUDRONIUS LIUTVINAS, aged 30, of Artizan Road, Northampton, criminal damage; discharged conditionally for six months, surcharge £22, costs £200.
These cases were heard on May 13
MICHAEL ANTHONY BENNETT, aged 62, of Hemans Road, Daventry, racially aggravated use of threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour; fined £200, surcharge £34, costs £85.
CHARLIE DANNY COX, aged 22, of Grange Road, Northampton, criminal damage to a taxi; compensation of £450.
CHRISTOPHER FLYNN, aged 44, of no fixed abode, three charges of assault by beating, criminal damage; six months probation, compensation of £100.
SARAH JANE BUSH, aged 38, of Littlewood Close, Northampton, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, assault; community order, compensation of £50.
ROBERT ADRIAN ORME, aged 61, of Downing Way, Daventry, speeding; fined £123, surcharge £34, costs £90, four points.
FRANCIS DAVID SINNAMON, aged 33, of Lowlands Close, Rectory Farm, no insurance; fined £768, surcharge £77, costs £90, six points.
BRIAN KEANEY, aged 50, of Old Quarry Court, Northampton, speeding; fined £40, surcharge £34, costs £90, disqualified six months due to repeat offending.
JOANNE RODEL, aged 37, of Reynard Way, Northampton, speeding; fined £110, surcharge £34, costs £90, three points.
RICHARD ANTHONY STILL, aged 56, of St John’s Avenue, Northampton, speeding; fined £100, surcharge £34, costs £90, four points.
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