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The fol­low­ing cases have been dealt with at Sun­der­land Mag­is­trates’ Court.

Laura Pev­er­ley, 36, of Or­monde Street, Barnes, pleaded guilty to fail­ing a child at­tended school reg­u­larly, be­tween De­cem­ber 14, 2016, and April 26, 2017. She was fined £80 and was told to pay a sur­charge to fund vic­tim ser­vices of £30 and costs of £120. Ben­jamin John Ash­man,

34, of The Cove, Houghton, pleaded guilty to driv­ing a large goods ve­hi­cle or pas­sen­ger car­ry­ing ve­hi­cle on A690 Durham Road, Houghton at a speed ex­ceed­ing 60mph, on Oc­to­ber 11, 2016. He was fined £80 and was told to pay costs of £85. His driv­ing record was en­dorsed with six penalty points. Robert Ge­orge Fen­wick Ball, 34, of Trin­ity Street, South­wick, Sun­der­land, pleaded guilty to us­ing threat­en­ing, abu­sive or in­sult­ing words or be­hav­iour, to cause ha­rass­ment, alarm or distress on Au­gust 4. He was dis­charged con­di­tion­ally for 12 months and was told to pay a sur­charge of £20. Dean Melvyn Bell ,29, of Osm an

Close, Hen­don, Sun­der­land, pleaded guilty to be­ing drunk and dis­or­derly at T tonic, in Holmes i de, on July 20. He was dis­charged ab­so­lutely.

De­clan Fin­lay, 22, Ald­wych Square, Sun­der­land, pleaded guilty to driv­ing a Vaux­hall Corsa, on Hall Farm Road, on June 2, af­ter con­sum­ing so much al­co­hol that the pro­por­tion of it in his breath was 88 mi­cro­grammes in 100ml of breath – the le­gal limit be­ing 35. He was fined £540 and was told to pay a sur­charge to fund vic­tim ser­vices of £54 and costs of £200. He was dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing for 20 months.

Ja­son Paul Joyce, 46, of Kim­ber­ley, Wash­ing­ton, was found guilty af­ter a trial, of driv­ing a BMW on Park­way at Bar ring ton Drive/ Fat­field Road, at a speed ex­ceed­ing 30mph, on De­cem­ber 13, 2016. He was fined £210 and was told to pay a sur­charge to fund vic­tim ser­vices of £30 and costs of £500. His driv­ing record was en­dorsed with three points.

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