Court round-up: Woman stole DVDs from BHS


A woman who admitted stealing DVDS from BHS in Friars Square is featured in this week’s round-up from Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court.

SAMANTHA VERONICA FELTON, 26, care of Somerville Way, Aylesbury. On February 16 stole DVDs worth £48 from BHS, Aylesbury. Pleaded guilty. Fined £75, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

CERYS HARVEY, 23, of Lowndes Way, Winslow. On December 16 at Lowndes Way assaulted a female. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. Restraining order lasting until 19/3/16 made, Harvey must not contact victim. Fined £55, costs £400, compensation £25, victim surcharge £20.

MATTHEW DAVIES, 41, of Webster Road, Aylesbury. 1) Between May 19 2013 and February 24 2014 dishonestly failed to notify Aylesbury Vale District Council that his partner was in employment, knowing it would affect his entitlement to benefits. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. 2) On April 18 2013 dishonestly made a statement to Department for Work and Pensions, with a view to obtaining job seekers allowance, namely that information given was correct, whereas his partner was in employment. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. 3) Between April 17 2013 and February 27 2014 dishonestly failed to notify Department for Work and Pensions of a change in circumstances which affected entitlement to benefit, namely that his partner was in employment and receiving money. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. Awaiting sentence.

NICHOLAS ANDREW DAWSON, 25, of Wycombe Road, Prestwood. On March 7 drove a blue VW Caddy in Aylesbury Road, Great Missenden, after consuming 90 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 milligrammes of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 24 months. Must carry out 100 hours of unpaid work, costs £85, victim surcharge £60.

JONATHAN ANDREW CECIL KING, 25, of Ley Community Rehabilitation Centre, Yarnton, Oxford. On March 8 in Tring Road, Aylesbury, had in his possession a lock knife. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.

SHANNON MACLEOAD, 19, of Grenville Road, Aylesbury. On March 7 in Aylesbury used threatening words/ behaviour likely to cause alarm/ distress, which was racially aggravated. Pleaded guilty. Fined £180 (including £45 ‘uplift’ for racial element), costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

EDWARD JOSEPH PETRONS, 21, of Aylesbury Road, Wendover. On March 8 in Market Square, Aylesbury, was guilty, while drunk, of disorderly behaviour. Pleaded guilty. Fined £185, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.