BE­FORE THE BENCH

Peo­ple ap­pear­ing at the mag­is­trates’ courts

Accrington Observer - - BEFORE THE BENCH -

CASES heard at Black­burn Mag­is­trates Court:

NEIL Mor­ton, 47, of Welling­ton Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplift­ing while sub­ject to a sus­pended sen­tence or­der. He was jailed for six weeks.

ALERIC Ge­orge Mc­Kee, 24, of Oswald Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to three counts of shoplift­ing and one count each of bur­glary and re­ceiv­ing stolen goods while sub­ject to a con­di­tional dis­charge or­der. He was jailed for 12 weeks.

LEE Paul Brown, 42, of Wa­ter Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to three counts of shoplift­ing. He was given a 12-month con­di­tional dis­charge and or­dered to pay £184 com­pen­sa­tion.

ALICE Moorhead, 23, of Hes­keth Street, Great Har­wood, pleaded guilty to fail­ing to com­ply with the su­per­vi­sion re­quire­ments fol­low­ing her re­lease from prison. She was given a 28-day su­per­vi­sion de­fault or­der with a cur­few re­quire­ment and or­dered to pay £60 costs.

MARK An­thony Corbett, 32, of Princess Street, Great Har­wood, pleaded guilty to fail­ing to com­ply with the re­quire­ments of a com­mu­nity or­der. His or­der was var­ied to in­clude an ex­tra 20 hours un­paid work.

SAUL Kris­tian Too­tle, 24, of Water­loo Street, Clay­ton-le-Moors, pleaded guilty to fail­ing to com­ply with the re­quire­ments of a com­mu­nity or­der. His or­der was var­ied to in­clude an ex­tra 30 hours un­paid work.

STEPHEN Jack­son, 26, of El­iz­a­beth Street, Ac­cring­ton, was found guilty in his ab­sence of us­ing a tele­vi­sion with­out a li­cence. He was fined £60 and or­dered to pay £205 costs.

CHARLES Ray, 18, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplift­ing in Ac­cring­ton. He was fined £80.

ZAHID Shafiq, 27, of Black­burn Road, Hasling­den, pleaded guilty to crim­i­nal dam­age in Oswaldtwistle while sub­ject to a sus­pended sen­tence or­der. He was jailed for four weeks, or­dered to pay £100 com­pen­sa­tion and given a 12-month re­strain­ing or­der.

ELLIOT Don­lon, 25, of Av­enue Pa­rade, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to drink driv­ing. He was fined £135, or­dered to pay £85 costs and dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing for 12 months, re­duced by 13 weeks if he com­pletes a course ap­proved by the Sec­re­tary of State.

RICHARD John Martin O’Brien, 34, of Wes­ley Street, Oswaldtwistle, pleaded guilty to shoplift­ing. He was given a six-month com­mu­nity or­der with a drug re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion re­quire­ment.

MARK An­drew Fisher, 31, of Edle­ston Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to bur­glary. He was given a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der with a six-week cur­few re­quire­ment, a 15-day re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment and or­dered to pay £150 com­pen­sa­tion.

BRAN­DON Leatherd, 19, of Sharples Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to us­ing threat­en­ing or abu­sive words or be­hav­iour or dis­or­derly be­hav­iour while sub­ject to a con­di­tional dis­charge or­der. He was given a new 12-month con­di­tional dis­charge and or­dered to pay £85 costs.

AARON Paul An­thony Cooper, 37, of Black­burn Road, Oswaldtwistle, pleaded guilty to as­sault by beat­ing. He was given a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der with a 10-day re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, 40 hours un­paid work and or­dered to pay £50 com­pen­sa­tion and £85 costs.

STEPHEN Lee Meakin, 33, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplift­ing in Ac­cring­ton. He was given a 12-month con­di­tional dis­charge and or­dered to pay £95.99 com­pen­sa­tion.

COVERNEY Ormerod, 21, of Burn­ley Road, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to drug driv­ing. He was fined £180, or­dered to pay £85 costs and dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing for 12 months.

KURT Ri­ley, 32, of Dry­den Street, Clay­ton-leMoors, pleaded guilty to drink driv­ing. He was fined £350, or­dered to pay £85 costs and dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing for 18 months, re­duced by 18 weeks if he com­pletes a course ap­proved by the Sec­re­tary of State.

AN­DREW Martin, 43, of c/o Burn­ley Road, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to be­ing drunk and dis­or­derly in a pub­lic place while sub­ject to a con­di­tional dis­charge or­der. He was fined £100.

MO­HAMMED Nazir, 23, of Higher Ant­ley Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to three counts of pos­sess­ing drugs. He was fined £120 and or­dered to pay £85 costs.

DAVID Mau­rice Ken­dall, 29, of High Street, Rish­ton, pleaded guilty to two counts of as­sault by beat­ing. He was given an 18-month com­mu­nity or­der with a six-month al­co­hol treat­ment re­quire­ment, a 30-day pro­gramme re­quire­ment, a 15-day re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, 50 hours un­paid work and or­dered to pay £85 costs.

YVES Ha­worth Tem­pels, 44, of Nut­tall Street, Ac­cring­ton, was found guilty in his ab­sence of be­ing drunk and dis­or­derly at Royal Black­burn Hos­pi­tal. He was fined £440 and or­dered to pay £85 costs.

ASH­LEY David-Lyn Jep­son, 35, of Queen Street, More­cambe, pleaded guilty to drink driv­ing and fail­ing to stop af­ter an ac­ci­dent in Clay­ton-le-Moors. He was given a two-month com­mu­nity or­der with a cur­few re­quire­ment, or­dered to pay £85 costs and dis­qual­i­fied from driv­ing for 18 months.

CASES heard at Burn­ley Mag­is­trates Court:

HABIB Mah­mood, 24, of Gar­bett Street, Ac­cring­ton, pleaded guilty to hav­ing an axe in a pub­lic place with­out law­ful author­ity. He was given a 12-month com­mu­nity or­der with 60 hours un­paid work and or­dered to pay £85 costs.

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