Who's been sentenced from Northampton, Daventry, Towcester and Earls Barton

Offenders include thugs, drink-drivers, a fly-tipper and chocolate thief

Thursday, 6th May 2021, 10:42 am
Updated Thursday, 6th May 2021, 10:44 am

■ The following cases were heard on April 26

Joe Webber, 35, of Cartmel Road, Daventry, theft of wine value £40.50 from Co-op, failed to express willingness to comply with community order; six weeks in prison, compensation £40.50.

Donna Michelle Fleming, aged 43, of Jerome Court, Northampton, drink-driving, no insurance, possession of class B drug — cannabis; community order with 200 hours unpaid work, disqualified 26 months, surcharge to fund victim services £95, pay costs to the Crown Prosecution Service £85.

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Magistrates courts deal with hundreds of offenders each week
Magistrates courts deal with hundreds of offenders each week

Jordan Lee, aged 27, of Shedfield Way, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 14 months, fined £300, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Ashley Rhoades, aged 49, of Sotheby Rise, Northampton, theft of MacBook Pro laptop and Samsung A70 mobile phone from John Lewis At Home, Basingstoke; community order, compensation of £2,708, surcharge £95, costs £85.

Sam Anthony Stray, aged 39,of Scotney Close, Northampton, possession of class B drug — cannabis; fined £80, surcharge £32, costs £85.

Liam Jack Heasman, aged 24, of East Ring Way, Northampton, resisted police constables in execution of their duty, criminal damage to an ambulance; discharged conditionally for two years. compensation of £144.25, surcharge £22, costs £85.

Chloe West, aged 26, of Foskitt Court North, Northampton, assaulted a police worker; fined £162, compensation of £100, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Ovidiu-ionut Bourel, aged 42, of Wade Meadow Court, Northampton, speeding; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

Eugen Branduse, aged 33, Burrows Court, Northampton, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Shontae Rendell Cabey, aged 22, of Golding Crescent, Earls Barton, no insurance, provisional licence holder not displaying L plates, fined £173, surcharge £34, costs £90, six penalty points.

Adam Clark, aged 39, of Churchill Avenue, Northampton, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

David Sinclair Crainie, aged 52, of Bowlers Yard, Earls Barton, speeding; fined £800, surcharge £80, costs £90, six penalty points.

Jorgos Lekasi, aged 23, of Kingsley Park Terrace, Northampton, speeding; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

Craig Terence Mann, aged 45, of Broad Street, Earls Barton, speeding, provisional licence holder not displaying L plates; fined £230, surcharge £34, costs £90, three penalty points.

Eduard Naca, aged 33, of Talbot Road, Northampton, passenger not wearing a seatbelt; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90.

Ion Rusu, aged 30, of Harcourt Way, Northampton, no insurance, expired Moldovan licence; fined £933, surcharge £93, costs £90, six penalty points.

Harrie Victoria Thompson, aged 31, of St Lawrence Road South, Towcester, failed to identify a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, six penalty points.

Owen George Gordon, aged 61, of St Pauls Road, Northampton, expired licence; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £90,

Blessed Jabangwe, aged 23, of Agnes Road, Northampton, failed to identify a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence, fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, disqualified 12 months due to repeat offending.

Craig David Walsh, aged 35, of Southampton Road, Northampton, provisional licence holder, no insurance, fined £880, surcharge £88, costs £90, disqualified six months, due to repeat offending.

Vickram Jeet Karavadra, aged 38, of Howard Lane, Boughton, failed to identify a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £620, six penalty points.

Andrew David Fenn, aged 56, of Barker Road, Earls Barton, no insurance; fined £180, surcharge £34, costs £620, six penalty points.

Marcus John O'connell, aged 31, of Butchers Lane, Boughton, non-standard registration plate; fined £220, surcharge £34, costs £620.

Charles Aderemi Adediran, aged 48, of St Michaels Road, Northampton, no insurance; fined £369, surcharge £37, costs £85, six penalty points.

The following cases were heard on April 27

Stephen Desmond Bansil, aged 61, of Adams Avenue, Northampton, stole five chocolate bars value £3.10 from Wilko; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge £22.

Oceana Cowan, aged 23, of Hanemill Court, Northampton, assault occasioning actual bodily harm; 16 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, compensation of £300, surcharge £128, costs £85.

Morgan William Thomas, aged 19, of Broadmead Avenue, Northampton, two charges of possessing class B drug — cannabis; fined £160, surcharge £32, costs £85.

Nathaniel Culverhouse, aged 30, of North Oval, Kings Heath, threatening behaviour; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge £22, costs £85.

Daniela Pisau, of Somerset Street, Northampton, fly-tipping; fined £200, surcharge £32, costs £250.

Mark Andrew Dennis Beasley, aged 34, of Cotswold Avenue, Northampton, failed to comply with the supervision requirements following release from prison; fined £50.

Thomas Muffet, aged 36, of Bowden Road, St James, failed to comply with community order; 16 weeks in prison suspended for 24 months, fined £100, costs £60.

Michael Denis Nathan, aged 55, of Micklewell Lane, Northampton, failed to comply with community order; fined £50, costs £60.

Mark Andrew Dennis Beasley, aged 34, of Cotswold Avenue, Northampton, failed to comply with community order; fined £50, costs £60.

The following case was heard on April 28

Richard Jeffs, aged 37, of Wilson Close, Daventry, breach of court order; community order with 50 hours unpaid work, surcharge £95, costs £85.

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