From the courts

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A MAN from Wok­ing­ham has been fined £346 for driv­ing while dis­qual­i­fied and with­out in­sur­ance. His ve­hi­cle also didn’t have a valid MoT cer­tifi­cate.

Joshua David Michael Wright, also known as Josh Wright, ap­peared at Slough Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 24 where he pleaded guilty.

Wright, 26 and from Nor­reys Av­enue, was stopped in Win­nersh on July 30.

In ad­di­tion to his fine, he was or­dered to pay £85 costs and £34 to vic­tim ser­vices. His li­cence is also en­dorsed with six points.

A 31-YEAR-OLD man from Shin­field has been fined £200 and given three points on his li­cence for jump­ing a red light.

Ali­mamy Rassin James Wurie, from Sky­lark Way, drove his car on March 8 this year in Clay Pit Lane, Leeds where he was spot­ted by po­lice for fail­ing to com­ply with a traf­fic sig­nal.

In ad­di­tion to the fine, Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court or­dered him to pay £85 costs and £30 to vic­tim ser­vices.

A WOK­ING­HAM man who de­nies steal­ing a holdall will ap­pear be­fore mag­is­trates in No­vem­ber.

Adam Leslie Piksin­ski, 19 and of Head­ing­ton Drive, is ac­cused of tak­ing a the black bag be­long­ing to Bri­tish Trans­port Po­lice on Septem­ber 3 last year. He pleads not guilty and, at an ap­pear­ance at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 29, re­quested a sum­mary trial.

This will be heard on No­vem­ber 23 and a foren­sic re­port will be pre­pared in the mean­time.

A COM­MU­NITY ser­vice or­der has been made on a 22-year-old from Fred­er­ick Place.

Daniel Ge­orge Smith pleaded guilty to a charge of crim­i­nal da­m­age of items be­long­ing to a woman in Fin­champ­stead on Au­gust 15.

No com­pen­sa­tion was or­dered be­cause Smith has re­placed the dam­aged item, how­ever Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court or­dered him to take part in a 30-day pro­gramme and pay £85 to vic­tim ser­vices.

A WIN­NERSH man has been re­manded on un­con­di­tional bail pend­ing a hear­ing af­ter plead­ing not guilty to an al­leged theft.

At the hear­ing at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 30, Con­nor Stan­ley Jones, 19 and from Rain­bow Park, pleaded guilty to three of­fences, while deny­ing the fourth.

He ad­mit­ted to dan­ger­ously driv­ing a white Ford Tran­sit in Tile­hurst and Read­ing on March

20, us­ing the ve­hi­cle with­out in­sur­ance and driv­ing while dis­qual­i­fied from hold­ing a driv­ing li­cence.

How­ever, the fourth charge – of com­ing to­gether with two other men to steal lead flash­ing worth £277.20 from the Wood­ford Fam­ily Trust, also on March 20 – is the one that Jones de­nies.

Jones elected for a sum­mary trial which is sched­uled for No­vem­ber 12.

Un­der his bail con­di­tions, Jones is dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing un­til the case is dealt with.

Jor­dan Shane Parker An­der­son, 23 and from Rain­bow Park, Win­nersh, and Jamie Drablow, 18 and of no fixed abode, ap­peared at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on the same day where they both pleaded not guilty to the charge of steal­ing lead flash­ing.

A MAN from Peter­bor­ough ac­cused of car­ry­ing non-duty cig­a­rettes will face a trial by jury next month.

Deivi­das Karkonas, 38 and from Crab­tree in Pas­ton, is al­leged to have know­ingly car­ried, re­moved, de­posited, con­cealed or dealt with the cig­a­rettes in Wok­ing­ham. It is said they were re­moved from a ware­house with in­tent to de­fraud Her Majesty of any duty payable on the goods.

Karkonas was not present at the ini­tial hear­ing, held at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 30, but a plea of not guilty or none was in­di­cated.

The trial will be held from 9.30am on Oc­to­ber 2 at Read­ing Crown Court.

A 24-YEAR-OLD from Sindle­sham has de­nied fail­ing to stop af­ter a road ac­ci­dent and cases a trial in No­vem­ber.

Jack Mar­tyn Brown, from Mole Road, pleaded not guilty to two al­leged of­fences at a pre­lim­i­nary hear­ing at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 31.

Brown is ac­cused of driv­ing with­out due care and at­ten­tion at the mini-round­about in Church Road at its junc­tion with Wood­land Av­enue in Earley on April 14. He is also ac­cused of be­ing the driver of

a me­chan­i­cally pro­pelled ve­hi­cle at the same lo­ca­tion, where an ac­ci­dent oc­curred with an­other ve­hi­cles but the ve­hi­cle failed to stop, and the driver failed to give name and ad­dress and name and ad­dress of the ve­hi­cle owner.

As Brown pleads not guilty his case will be heard on No­vem­ber 20 in Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court.

A FOR­MER pub land­lord ac­cused of as­sault­ing a woman has de­nied the charges.

Pierre Cudon, 33 and from Lod­don Bridge Road, Wood­ley, ap­peared at Slough Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 30 where he pleaded not guilty to three counts of as­sault. The first is al­leged to have taken place on Fe­bru­ary 21, the sec­ond and third between June 1 and 28.

Cudon will ap­pear at Read­ing Mag­is­trates Court on Oc­to­ber 1 for a trial. Un­der the con­di­tions of his bail he is not to con­tact di­rectly or in­di­rectly his vic­tim, or visit his for­mer pub, the Queen’s Oak in Fin­champ­stead or Church Lane where it is sited.

A MAN ac­cused of sev­eral thefts in Twyford, among other charges, will ap­pear at Read­ing Crown Court on Oc­to­ber 1 for a trial.

James Paul McDon­agh, 36 and cur­rently in HM Prison High Down, Sut­ton, is re­manded in cus­tody pend­ing the trial and a plea of not guilty or none in­di­cated has been given by him.

On Fe­bru­ary 3, McDon­agh is ac­cused of rais­ing a home in Sta­tion Road, Kint­bury, steal­ing £150.

On Fe­bru­ary 8, he is al­leged to have en­tered a home in High Street, Twyford, steal­ing jew­ellery worth £5,500. On the same day, he is al­leged to have en­tered a neigh­bour­ing home with in­tent to steal.

On Fe­bru­ary 9, he is al­leged to have en­tered a home in Ox­ford Road, Read­ing in a bid to steal.

On the same day, McDon­agh is ac­cused of steal­ing a Rotary Moon­phase watch and sub­jected a vic­tim to vi­o­lence while break­ing into a home in Shoot­ers Hill, Pang­bourne. A sixth charge re­lates to the as­sault.

The sev­enth charge, also on Fe­bru­ary 9, is al­leged to be a break-in of a home in Sta­tion Road, Cholsey, where for­eign cur­rency, cash and jew­ellery worth £1,700 is said to have been taken.

The fi­nal charge, from March

15, sees McDon­agh ac­cused of en­ter­ing as a tres­passer with in­tent to steal from a home in

Lit­tle Chal­font.

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