In the courts

Nuneaton Telegraph - - NEWS -

CASES heard at Coven­try Mag­is­trates Court on Mon­day, De­cem­ber 7, in­cluded:

Dalvir Singh Gill,

40, of Oliver Street, Foleshill, ad­mit­ted steal­ing a Sam­sung SCL mo­bile phone worth £110. He was jailed for 12 weeks and had to pay £310 com­pen­sa­tion, an £80 vic­tim sur­charge and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Pa­tri­cia Sul­li­van,

35, of Raphael Close, Whober­ley, ad­mit­ted steal­ing cos­met­ics worth £928 from Boots. She was jailed for four weeks and had to pay an £80 vic­tim sur­charge, £185 costs and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Gareth Brit­tain,

26, of Winceby Place, Tile Hill, ad­mit­ted dam­ag­ing the front door of Rain­bows. He had to pay £130 com­pen­sa­tion, £135 costs and a £150 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Den­zil Grant,

20, of The Park Pal­ing, Cheylesmore, ad­mit­ted breach­ing a com­mu­nity or­der by fail­ing to main­tain con­tact with pro­ba­tion. He was jailed for eight weeks.

Craig Her­lihy,

22, of Buck­ley Road, Leam­ing­ton, ad­mit­ted go­ing equipped to steal (bolt crop­pers). He re­ceived a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der com­pris­ing a re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, and had to pay £185 costs and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Sianna Llewellyn,

25, of Hare­wood Road, Whober­ley, ad­mit­ted steal­ing fragrances worth £627.50 from Boots. She was con­di­tion­ally dis­charged for 12 months and had to pay £627.50 com­pen­sa­tion, a £15 vic­tim sur­charge, £185 costs and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

34, of Ge­orge Robertson Close, Bin­ley, ad­mit­ted steal­ing a JCB

John May,

drill worth £157 from B&Q in Bran­don Road and a JCB drill worth £132 from B&Q at the Alvis Re­tail Park, and fail­ing to an­swer bail. He had to pay £289 com­pen­sa­tion, £135 costs, a £50 fine and a £150 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Neil Tran­ter,

26, of Clovelly Road, Wyken, ad­mit­ted drink-driv­ing in The Box­hill (breath 99, limit 35). He was banned from driv­ing for three years, re­ceived a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der com­pris­ing 100 hours un­paid work and a re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, and had to pay a £60 vic­tim sur­charge, £135 costs and a £150 crim­i­nal courts charge.

22, of Diana Drive, Pot­ters Green, ad­mit­ted drinkdriv­ing in An­sty Road (breath 112, limit 35) and driv­ing with­out due care and at­ten­tion. He was

Jake Wells,

banned from driv­ing for 23 months, re­ceived a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der com­pris­ing 100 hours un­paid work and a re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, and had to pay a £60 vic­tim sur­charge, £135 costs and a £150 crim­i­nal courts charge.

24, of Farn­dale Av­enue, Hol­brooks, ad­mit­ted racially ag­gra­vated as­sault, and dam­ag­ing the wing mir­ror of a taxi. He re­ceived a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der com­pris­ing 150 hours un­paid work and had to pay £391.85 com­pen­sa­tion, a £60 vic­tim sur­charge, £185 costs and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

32, of Meadow Street, Spon End, was found guilty of as­sault­ing a woman by beat­ing, and ad­mit­ted de­stroy­ing an iPhone 5C worth £350. He re­ceived a 12-month com­mu­nity

Kane Wil­son,

Mark Mee­han,

or­der com­pris­ing 40 hours un­paid work and pro­gramme and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ments, and had to pay £200 costs, £350 com­pen­sa­tion and a £520 crim­i­nal courts charge.

35, of Bar­ras Lane, Spon End, ad­mit­ted steal­ing £25 cash from an el­derly woman. He was jailed for 12 weeks, re­ceived a re­strain­ing or­der and had to pay £25 com­pen­sa­tion and a £180 crim­i­nal courts charge.

25, of Bin­ton Road, Wood End, ad­mit­ted dam­ag­ing a win­dow, and as­sault­ing a woman by beat­ing. He re­ceived a twoyear com­mu­nity or­der com­pris­ing a 12-week cur­few and pro­gramme and re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ments, and had to pay £250 com­pen­sa­tion, £135 costs and a £150 crim­i­nal courts charge.

Jerome McAvoy,

Sean Walsh,

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