Who's been sentenced from Northampton, Daventry, Towcester and Wootton

Drink-driving, criminal damage and assaults on emergency workers dealt with by local magistrates

Friday, 20th August 2021, 2:17 pm
Updated Friday, 20th August 2021, 2:18 pm

■ These cases were heard by Northamptonshire magistrates on August 11

Aram Majidi, aged 26, of Kingsland Avenue, Northampton, failed to comply with community order; fined £40, to pay costs £60 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Daniel John Osbourne, aged 37, of The Wye, Daventry, breached a court order; fined £50, costs £195.

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Northampton Magistrates Court

Nadia Cherie Snooks, aged 35, of University Close, Northampton, breach of court order; community order, pay a surcharge to fund victim services £95, costs £85.

Jennifer Baker, aged 52, of Bordeaux Close, Northampton, drink-driving; community order, curfew with electronic monitoring, surcharge fund victim services of £95, costs £85, disqualified for three years.

Leah Jade Webster, aged 20, of c/o Burleigh Road, Northampton, two charges of assaulting an emergency worker; eight weeks in prison suspended for 18 months, compensation of £200.

■ These cases were heard on August 12

Richard Burgess, aged 36, of Cooper Close, Towcester, drove without due care and attention, no insurance; fined £415, surcharge £41, costs £85, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.

Blessed Jabangwe, aged 24, of Waterpump Court, Northampton, driving while disqualified, obstructed a police officer, no insurance; community order with 200 hours unpaid work; fined £200, surcharge £95, costs £85, disqualified for 18 months.

Otis Fitzgerald Grace, aged 38, of Broughton Place, Northampton, failed to provide a specimen of blood; fined £80, surcharge £34, costs £40.

Jordan Reece Taylor, aged 28, of Bern Links, Northampton, failed to comply with court order; community order, surcharge £30, costs £85.

■ These cases were heard on August 13

Scott Hardie, aged 47, of Gallfield Court, Bellinge, used threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour; fined £120, surcharge £32, costs £85.

Patrick McNeill Johnson, aged 53, of Cherry Close, Headlands, possession of diamorphine, possession of crack cocaine; community order, fined £50, surcharge £95, costs £85,

Derren Stewart, aged 29, of Derby Road, Northampton, criminal damage, assault by beating; community order with 180 hours unpaid work, surcharge £95, costs £550.

James Dolling, aged 42, of Marburg Street, Northampton, drug-driving; fined £71, surcharge £34, costs £85, disqualified for 12 months.

Thomas James Fitzhugh, aged 36, of Brookside Close, Yelvertoft, drove while disqualified, no insurance; fined £576, surcharge £58, costs £85, disqualified for 4 months.

Dalton Allan George McGregor, aged 27, of Purser Road, Abington, possession of a small quantity of cannabis; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge £22, costs £85.

Saheedur Rahman, aged 28, of Woodland Avenue, Northampton, failed to stop at red light traffic signal; fined £266, costs £85, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.

Gavin Alexander Tarrant, aged 42, of New Croft, Weedon, no insurance; fined £66, surcharge £34, six penalty points.

Bartosz Janczyk, aged 35, of Banbury Close, Northampton, no insurance; fined £333, surcharge £34, costs £85, six penalty points.

Peter Soltau, aged 53, of Meadowsweet Way, Wootton, speeding; fined £400, surcharge £40, costs £85, four penalty points.

■ These cases were heard on August 14

Tania Lydia Robinson, aged 38, of Keyham Court, Northampton, failed to give information relating to identification of driver suspected of an offence; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £90, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.

Martin John Wale, aged 48, of Osprey Drive, Daventry, no seatbelt; fined £45, surcharge £34, costs £90.

Paul Croft, aged 70, of Welford Road, Northampton, speeding; fined £180, surcharge £34, costs £90, six penalty points.

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