Who's been sentenced from Northampton, Daventry, Bugbrooke and Brackley

Magistrates handed down sentences ranging from ten weeks in jail to a £40 fine

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 9:16 am

■ Following cases were heard on March 15

Richard Anthony Littlewood, aged 39, of Talbot Road, Northampton, harassment; court order, fined £108, compensation of £75, pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £32, pay costs of £300 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Lee Robert Robins, aged 39, of Shelley Street, Northampton, attempted to steal a motor vehicle while on licence; six weeks in prison, compensation of £150.

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Magistrates deal with hundreds of cases each week
Magistrates deal with hundreds of cases each week

Patrick Doran, aged 23, of Crickley Crescent, Northampton, breach of community order; costs £60.

Dumitru Chifan, aged 43, of Windflower Place, Northampton, no driving licence, no insurance; fined £600, surcharge £60, costs £90, eight penalty points.

Petru Fistic, aged 25, of Hinton Road, Northampton, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Dean Scott Francis, aged 34, of West Paddock Court, Northampton, expired provisional licence, no insurance; fined £160, surcharge £34, costs £90, eight penalty points.

Maxim Ganaciuc, aged 31, of Perry Street, Northampton, driving while holding mobile phone; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, six penalty points.

Abshir Abdulcadir Husseim, aged 21, of The Square, Upton, no insurance; fined £340, surcharge £34, costs £90, six penalty points.

Marcus King, aged 32, of Burleigh Road, Northampton, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Maria Lupu, aged 22, of The Leam, Daventry, speeding; fined £220, surcharge £34, pay costs £90, three penalty points.

Lorenzo Magni, aged 27, of Spencer Bridge Road, Northampton, failed to give information to police; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Samuel James Munday, aged 28, of Oaklands, Bugbrooke, speeding; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

Wayne Brian Partridge, aged 53, of Dun Roamin Park, Whitfield, Brackley, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Ioana Raducan, aged 32, of Gordon Street, Northampton, unsupervised provisional licence holder; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

George Cristinel Stan, aged 27, of Wellington Street, Northampton, driving while holding a mobile phone; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

Byron Marvin Duncan, aged 37, of Fieldway, Northampton, failed to give information to police; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Evaldas Juras, aged 39, of Marlborough Road, Northampton, driving without due care and attention, failed to stop at a red light; fined £440, surcharge £44, costs £90, four penalty points.

Jeffrey James Mcmullan, aged 48, Great Gull Crescent, Northampton, no insurance, revoked provisional licence, no MoT; fined £1,100, surcharge £110, costs £85, disqualified nine months due to repeat offending.

Victoria Clare Barnes, aged 40, Balmoral Close, Northampton, failed to give information to police; fined £666, surcharge £66, costs £85, six penalty points.

Debbie Louise French-wade, aged 51, of Greenside, Northampton, two charges of failing to give information to police; fined £460, surcharge £46, costs £85, six penalty points.

Luke Gray, aged 32, of Thorn Hill, Northampton, carried a child not wearing a seatbelt; fined £440, surcharge £44, costs £85, disqualified six months due to repeat offending.

■ The following cases were heard on March 16

Deividas Sipavicius, aged 31, of Turn Furlong, Northampton, racially aggravated assault; community order, compensation of £150, surcharge £90, costs £85.

James Doran, aged 36, of Queen Eleanor Road, Northampton, assault by beating; ten weeks in prison; compensation of £425, surcharge £128, costs £775.

William Glen Brown Curran, aged 56, of Overstone Lakes, Northampton, two charges of burglary, two charges of theft, failed to surrender to custody; community order requiring unpaid work, compensation of £209.99.

James Edward Ormond Michel, aged 43, of Main Street, Denton, two charges of breaching of court order; 52 weeks in prison suspended for 24 months, surcharge £156, costs £85.

Narcis Ionut Chiriac, aged 24, of Maidencastle, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 20 months, fined £500, surcharge £50, costs £85.

Rebecca Anne Jane, aged 41, of Friary Close, Daventry, drunken disorderly behaviour; fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Roy Lugube, aged 32, of Chaucer Street, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 12 months, fined £600, surcharge £60, costs £85.

Veaceslav Moraru, aged 41, of Nelson Close, Daventry, assaulted an emergency worker; fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Owen Barnard, aged 21, of Sycamore Road, Northampton, possession of class B drug — cannabis, failing to stop, not wearing a seatbelt; fined £40, surcharge £34, costs £26.

Irinel-cristian Costea, aged 33, of Stenson Street, Northampton, drink-driving, no licence, no insurance; disqualified 17 months, fined £461, surcharge £46, costs £85.

Iacob Meriacre, aged 26, of Rushy End, Northampton, drink-driving; community order including unpaid work, disqualified 28 months, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Tony Brett Thompson, aged 49, of Lockcroft Square, Northampton, breach of community order; fined £200.

Maxine Cannell, aged 50, of Green End, Northampton, application to lodge a committal warrant for fine of £10,182.38 imposed on 19/06/2007; committed to prison for 300 days in default of payment of £9132.38.

Sebastian Dean Curtis, aged 40, High View, Deanshanger, application to lodge a committal warrant for fine of £1101 imposed on 05/10/2017; committed to prison for 37 days in default of payment of £1,086.

Curtis Steven Victor Norris, aged 30, of Gardeners View, Northampton,non-payment of fine of £5,728.50 imposed on 24/01/2020; committed to prison for 26 weeks.

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