IN COURT: Who's been sentenced from Northampton, Daventry, Brackley and Guilsborough

Offences include carrying a baseball bat, not paying for fuel and sending a threatening text

Thursday, 5th August 2021, 10:30 am

■ These cases were heard by Northamptonshire magistrates on July 26

Craig Collins, aged 31, of Billing Aquadrome, Northampton, three charges of making off without paying for fuel; fined £280, compensation of £140.09, surcharge to fund victim services of £30, costs of £85

Daniel David Steven Eyles, aged 29, of Ickworth Close, Daventry, drove without due care and attention, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, no insurance; drink-driving, failed to surrender to custody; community order with 80 hours unpaid work, surcharge £34, costs £85, disqualified for 20 months.

Northampton Magistrates Court

Steffan Tony Stratford, aged 42, of Campbell Street, Northampton, failed to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence; original sentence implemented as nine weeks in prison.

Lyall Warren, aged 20, of Lichfield Drive, Northampton, failed to disclose a PIN to indecent image of a child; fined £226, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Swain Patrick Derek Curtis, aged 49, of Tresham Green, Northampton, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £85, six penalty points.

Andrew Wayne Johnson, aged 47, of Flaxwell Court, Northampton, used threatening or abusive words or behaviour; fined £215, surcharge £34, costs £85.

Dylan Jones, aged 23, of Sturdee Close, Daventry, drug-driving, possession of two small wraps and one small joint of cannabis; fined £684, surcharge £68, costs £85, disqualified for 12 months.

Flexispace Construction Ltd, of Derngate Mews, Northampton, failed to give information relating to identification of a driver suspected of an offence; fined £700, surcharge £70, costs £85.

James Edward Jwanczuk, aged 37, of Crestline Court, Northampton, speeding; fined £240, surcharge £32, costs £85, three penalty points.

Mohamed Mohsin, aged 24, of Clickers Place, Northampton, unsupervised provisional licence holder, no insurance; fined £461, surcharge £46, costs £85, disqualified for 28 day(s).

Rowena Anderton-Hakesley, aged 33, of Dundee Street, Northampton, no insurance; fined £63, surcharge £30, costs £85, disqualified for six months due to repeat offending.

Tesco Distribution Ltd, Saxon Drive, Daventry, failed to give information relating to identification of a driver suspected of an offence; fined £666, surcharge £66, costs £85.

■ These cases were heard on July 27

Nathan Leon Plentie, aged 35, of Kingsland Avenue, Northampton, carrying an offensive weapon, namely a baseball bat, failed to surrender to custody; fined £240, surcharge £34.

Alin Gabriel Tanase, aged 23, of Ripon Close, Northampton, driving while disqualified, no insurance; eight weeks in prison suspended for 18 months, carry out 150 hours unpaid work, surcharge £128, costs £85, disqualified for 18 months.

Denial Lamb, aged 29, of St Edmunds Road, Northampton, failed to comply with requirements of a community order; 14 weeks in prison suspended for 18 months, 100 hours unpaid work.

■ These cases were heard on July 28

Mark James Denny, aged 38, of Turner Street, Northampton, sent threatening text message and phone call; nine weeks in prison suspended for 18 months, pay compensation of £100, surcharge £128, costs £85.

Aaron Peachey, aged 23, of Avenue Bernard, Brackley, dangerous driving, drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, no insurance, possession of a small bag of cannabis; community order with 120 hours unpaid work, surcharge £95, costs £85, disqualified for 12 months.

Tracie Bridgeland, aged 48, of Pells Close, Guilsborough, stole a DJI Mavic 2Pro drone to the value of £1,349; discharged conditionally for 12 months, compensation of £1,349,

Loraine Gwanzura, aged 46, of Croftmeadow Court, Northampton, assaulted a police constable; discharged conditionally for 12 months, compensation of £50.

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