COURT ROUND-UP: Sentences handed down to offenders from Northampton and Daventry
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■ These cases were heard by Northamptonshire magistrates on October 25
DR NAZIR HUSSEIN, aged 53, of Park Avenue North, Northampton, drove with no insurance; fined £200, surcharge to fund victim services £80, Crown Prosecution Service costs £120, six points.
CHARLY PASSE-COUTRIN, aged 22, of Emmanuel Gardens, Northampton, failed to comply with a community order; fined £60, costs £60.
NATHAN VICKERS, aged 24, of no fixed abode, burglary, burglary with intent to steal, failed to surrender to custody; 52 weeks in prison.
TRACY EDWARDS, aged 62, of Arnull Crescent, Daventry, two counts of assaulting police officers; community order, compensation £50, surcharge £114, costs £85.
MADAHAR PERRETT, aged 39, of no fixed abode, burglary, harassment; 26 weeks in prison, surcharge £154, costs £85.
ALEXANDRO ALEMAN, aged 33, of Wansford Walk, Northampton, drove while disqualified, no insurance; 200 hours unpaid work, surcharge £114, costs £85, disqualified for 17 months.
■ These cases were heard on October 26
OCTAVIAN MANTA, aged 34, of Wellingborough Road, Northampton, kept an unlicensed vehicle; fined £300, pay vehicle excise back duty of £176.67, costs £85.
MAGDALENA STAWIARSKA, aged 35, of Cowper Street, Northampton, harassment without violence; 120 hours unpaid work, surcharge £114, costs £85.
LIVIU ROSU, aged 51, of no fixed abode, drink driving; fined £1,000, surcharge £400, costs £85, disqualified for 36 months.
BAJRAM SELA, aged 20, of Alcombe Road, Northampton, driving while disqualified, no insurance, possession of cocaine and cannabis / cannabis resin; 150 hours unpaid work, fined £200, surcharge £114, costs £85, disqualified for 36 months.
ANTHONY CANTOR, aged 42, of Roe Road, Northampton, stole two bottles of champagne and two bottles of prosecco to the value of £61 from Co-op, stole two bottles of prosecco to the value of £70 from Co-op; 10 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, compensation of £131.
JONATHAN CHERRY, aged 41, of Campbell Street, Northampton, stole a power tool value of £120 from B&Q; fined £80, costs £85.
■ These cases were heard on October 27
ADAM GRAHAM ROY HOGAN, aged 36, of Newnham Road, Northampton, committed an offence while serving a suspended sentence; 22 weeks in prison.
JAMES RAY MARTIN, aged 29, of Woodcote Avenue, Northampton, assault by beating, possession of cocaine; 60 hours unpaid work, fined £160, surcharge £114, costs £310.
GEORGE BALAN, aged 46, of Castle Avenue, Northampton, two counts of criminal damage; fined £150, compensation of £1,000, surcharge £60, costs £300.
PERCY HOLLAND, aged 45, of 16 Great Gull Crescent, Northampton, handling stolen goods, committed an offence while serving a suspended sentence; 240 hours unpaid work, fined £200, compensation of £1,000, costs £85.
ADAM HOGAN, aged 36, of no fixed abode, assault by beating; 22 weeks in prison, surcharge £154, costs £620.
DANIELLE BANDEY, aged 33, of Aynhoe Road, Northampton, drink driving; fined £250, surcharge £100, costs £85, disqualified for 12 months.
MARINGLEN BOJA, aged 25, of Henry Bird Way, Northampton, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, no insurance; fined £200, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.
STANLEY FORSKITT, aged 25, of Oaklands Drive, Northampton, defective tyre; fined £923, surcharge £369, costs £90, three points.
DAVID JOHN HOPE, aged 50, of Harlestone Road, Northampton, speeding; fined £230, surcharge £92, costs £90, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.
GULZAIB KHADIM, aged 30, of Acre Lane, Northampton, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, defective tyre; fined £199, surcharge £80, costs £90, three points.
LEE JOHN HAYES, aged 54, of Cypress Court, Northampton, speeding; fined £153, surcharge £61, costs £90, three points.
MICHAL MIECZYSLAW KACZMAREK, aged 40, of Drapery, Northampton, drove while using a hand-held mobile device; fined £146, surcharge £58, costs £90, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.
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