The following cases were heard in court on December 21
Michelle Louise Mcnamee, aged 36, of Lennox Walk, Northampton, speeding; fined £100, surcharge £32, costs £85, three penalty points.
Iain Andrew Paterson Smith, aged 72, of Brafield Road, Horton, speeding; fined £200, surcharge £32, costs £85, three penalty points.
Christopher Colin Missen, aged 30, of Carlton Road, Northampton, disqualified six months, no insurance; fined £660, surcharge £66, costs £85
William Morriss, aged 41, Squirrel Close, Northampton, speeding; disqualified six months, fined £166, surcharge £32, costs £85,
Lincoln Takudzwa Muchechetere, aged 27, of Drywell Court, Northampton, using a mobile phone while driving; fined £220, surcharge £85, costs £32, six penalty points.
Ricky Green, aged 33. of Cunningham Close, Daventry, failed to give information to Police; disqualified six months, fined £660, urcharge £66, costs £625.
Stephen Mutasa, aged 53, of Ham Meadow Drive, Northampton, speeding; fined £153, surcharge £32, costs £85, three penalty points.
Iurie Bulat, aged 32, of Semilong Road, Northampton, provisional licence holder not displaying L plates and unsupervised, no insurance; disqualified 6 months, fined £370, surcharge £37, costs £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Marc Junior Iliffe, aged 24, of Townley Way, Earls Barton, speeding; disqualified six months, fined £307, surcharge £32, costs £85.
Antony Robert Perkis, aged 39, of Danefield Road, Northampton, speeding; fined £120, surcharge £32, costs £85, six penalty points.
Mihai Valentin Avramescu, aged 42, of Malthouse Close, Northampton, drink-driving, no insurance; 12 weeks in prison suspended for 24 months, 80 hours unpaid work, disqualified two years, surcharge £128, costs £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Christian Bond, aged 45, of Harlestone Road, Northampton, assault; 120 hours unpaid work, surcharge £90, costs £85.
Arturas Uozuoals, aged 27, of Johnson Court, Northampton, drink-driving; disqualified 20 months, fined £115, surcharge £34, costs £85.
Luke Ricky John Ferrio, aged 27, of Freemans Way, Greens Norton, assault; court order made, fined £415, surcharge £42, costs £620.
Damian Stefan Hinton, aged 29, of ScarletwelL Street, Northampton, breach of court order; 16 weeks in prison, pay a surcharge £128, compensation £250,
The following appeared on December 22
Shannon Mary Anna Byrne, aged 24, of High Street, Flore, drink-driving; disqualified 12 months, fined £184, surcharge £34, costs £85.
Shagufta Magid, aged 55, of High Street, Pitsford, drug-driving; disqualified 12 months, fined £100, surcharge £34, costs £85.
Arturs Brezovskis, aged 36, of Exeter Place, Northampton, stole a foot sander value £40 from Superdrug, Northampton; fined £66, surcharge £30, costs £85
Partheepan Pakeerathan, aged 25, Stimpson Avenue, Northampton, drink-driving, obstructed police officer; disqualified 17 months, fined £466, surcharge £47, costs £85.
Jordan Welford, aged 27, of Weggs Farm Road, Northampton, received stolen goods, made false representation; discharged conditionally for 15 months, compensation £430.
The following appeared on December 23
Lee John Floyd McQuade, aged 35, of Dairymeadow Court, Northampton, theft of Ducati Monster motorbike; ordered to pay £1,200 compensation.
Teboho Tladi, aged 36, of Stimpson Avenue, Northampton, drunk and disorderly; discharged conditionally for 12 months, surcharge £21, costs of £40.
Marchin Cieslinski, aged 41, of Tallyfield End, Northampton, breach of court order; 28 days in prison.
Ashleigh Marion Hayes, aged 31, of Watkin Terrace, Northampton, failed to comply with community order, possession of a kitchen knife; 12 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, costs £60.
The following appeared on December 30
David Brown, aged 35, of Patterdale Walk, Northampton, assault; 100 hours unpaid work, £300 compensation, surcharge £90, costs £620.
Enocq Anyam, aged 36, of Palm Ridge, Northampton, no insurance, no licence, obstructing police; fined £100, surcharge £34, eight penalty points, discharged conditionally for six months.
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