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COURT ROUND UP: Including a man caught with cannabis and a meat thief

Courts

Courts

Cases coming before

Aylesbury Magistrates

Court include:

DARREN WILLIAM WALKER, 29 of Chaloner Avenue , Aylesbury. On May 6 drove a Ford Transit in Marsworth while over the legal drink driving limit.

Pleaded guilty. Provisionally disqualified from driving and remanded on unconditional bail until pre-sentence report is prepared. Will appear at Wycombe Magistrates Court today for sentencing.

NATALIE WALKER, 27 of Princes Close, Chilton, Aylesbury. On May 10 in Chilton drove a Honda Civic while over the drink driving limit.

Pleaded guilty. Provisionally disqualified from driving and remanded on unconditional bail until a pre-sentence report is prepared. Will appear at Wycombe Magistrates Court today for sentencing.

REBECCA HAMPSON, 30 of Terry Drive, Aylesbury. On April 4 stole a purse and cash to the vale of £350 in Aylesbury.

Pleaded guilty. Ordered to pay compensation of £450 and costs of £50.

HABAD HUSSEIN, 30 of Humber Drive, Aylesbury. In November 2013 stole meat products to the value of £60 from Co-Op in Fairford Leys.

Pleaded guilty. Fined £65, ordered to pay compensation of £60 and a victim surcharge of £20. Also ordered to pay £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

JAMES PETER ROBERT DAISEY, 29 of Willow Herb, Aylesbury. On May 14 drove an MG ZR in Meadowcroft, Aylesbury while over the drink driving limit.

Pleaded guilty. Fined £365, ordered to pay £37 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Driving licence endorsed with 10 points.

JOEL LLOYD WATSON, 22 of Kings Head Passage, Aylesbury. On May 16 has in his possession a quantity of cannabis which is a class B controlled drug.

Pleaded guilty. Fined £100, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £20 and must pay £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution

Service.

SHARON ALICE LUMLEY, 46, Park Street, Aylesbury. On May 14 failed to provide a specimen for analysis when suspected of having driven a vehicle while over the legal limit.

Pleaded guilty. Fined £320, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £32 and court costs of £85. Disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 15 months. This will be reduced to 15 weeks if Ms Lumley completes a course approved by the Secretary of State.

 

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