Court round-up: QD employee from Aylesbury stole £2,000 worth of video games

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A man who stole computer games from his employers features in this week’s round-up from Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court.

DARREN RICHARD HILL, 43, of Penn Road, Aylesbury. Between October 28 and November 20 stole £2,000 worth of computer games from QD Stores, Aylesbury, where he was an employee. Pleaded guilty. Must carry out 80 hours of unpaid work and pay £2,000 compensation, £180 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and £60 victim surcharge.

RICHARD MATTHEW BRIDGES, 43, of Heathers Close, Calvert Green. On November 26 in Calvert Road, Steeple Claydon, drove a Vauxhall Insignia after consuming 82 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 21 months, fiined £500, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £50.

STEPHEN DENNIS CALLAGHAN, 41, of Nuthatch, Aylesbury. On November 27 stole four bottles of vodka worth £120 from Tesco. Pleaded guilty. Fined £80, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

IAN JONATHAN COLLETT, 37, of Stonechat, Aylesbury.On November 27 drove a grey Mazda 5 in Buckingham Road, Aylesbury, after consuming 48 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £250, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £25.

DAVID JOHN NEWMAN, 67, of The Beeches, Wendover. On October 24 was in charge of a Jeep Grand Cherokee in a public place, namely Tesco Broadfields, after consuming 110 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Pleaded guilty. Driving licence endorsed with 10 points, fined £120, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

SHAYNE STUART BALDWIN, 39, of Hilton Avenue, Aylesbury. 1) On October 8 in Aylesbury, stole a pedal bike worth £450. Pleaded guilty. 2) On November 25 in Badrick Road, Aylesbury, produced one plant of cannabis, a class B drug. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.

CHRISTOPHER BONNELL, 44, of Briery Way, Hemel Hempstead. On October 16 in Aylesbury when suspected of having driven a vehicle failed without reasonable excuse to provide a specimen of blood for analysis. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.

SARAH JANE HATCHETT, 35, of Badrick Road, Aylesbury. On November 25 at Badrick Road, permitted the production of cannabis, a class B drug, to take place on the premises. Pleaded guilty. Fined £120, criminal courts charge £120, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

JACK JOSEPH WHEELER, 18, of Main Street, Tingewick. On October 15 in Vicarage Lane, Steeple Claydon, drove a black VW Scirocco while unfit to drive through drugs. Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £120, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.