Court round-up: Pair ordered to keep Skittles the dangerous dog under control

Court round-up
Court round-up

An elderly pair whose dog was found to be dangerous appear in this week’s round-up from Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court.

ANNE ROBERTSON USHER, 83, and KENNETH USHER, 87, of Skittle Green, Bledlow. On March 17 in Bledlow was the owner of a dog which was dangerous and not kept under proper control. Admitted. Order made that Labrador called Skittles be kept under proper control, including being kept on a lead and muzzled at all times in public. It must be kept securely within its premises and the Ushers must maintain third party insurance in respect of Skittles for its whole life. Skittles is permitted to be unleashed and unmuzzled during shooting events on private land.

KELLY LOUISE BURNHAM, 36, of Lynher Close, Aylesbury. On December 25 failed without reasonable excuse to provide a specimen of breath for analysis in course of a drink-drive investigation. Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £110, costs £310, victim surcharge £20.

JAN BILKAR, 39, of Cambridge Street, Aylesbury. On June 10 drove a green Vauxhall Astra in Cambridge Place, Aylesbury, after consuming 118 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Disqualified from driving for 42 months, must carry out 150 hours unpaid work, criminal courts charge £150, victim surcharge £60.

IAN ALEXANDER HAYNES, 26, care of Argyle Avenue, Aylesbury. On May 15 at Aylesbury Police Station, had in his possession 0.74g of methedrone, a class B drug. Pleaded guilty. Discharged conditionally for 12 months, criminal courts charge £180, victim surcharge £15.

ARTHUR EDWARD DELDERFIELD, 36, of Wycliffe End, Aylesbury. On May 15 in Tesco Broadfields used threatening words/behaviour likely to cause alarm/ distress. Pleaded guilty. Fined £35, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

JHAMAL OXLEY, 26, of Ruskin Way, Aylesbury. On May 29 stole a JCB Jigsaw tool worth £90 from B&Q, Aylesbury. Pleaded guilty. Fined £75, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.