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Magistrates court cases in Stafford and Cannock

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: February 27, 2014

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Magistrates court cases in Stafford and Cannock

Magistrates court cases in Stafford and Cannock

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hane Anthony Wilson, 26, of no fixed address, admitted destroying security door glass worth £600 at the Guildhall Centre in Stafford, destroying a window worth £400 at Stafford Magistrates’ Court, having a pick axe handle and folding knife in Eastgate Street and a kitchen knife in his possession on February 17. He was also charged with committing a further offence during the period of a suspended sentence. He was jailed for 12 weeks.

Tomasz Borkowski, 39, of Corporation Street, Stafford, was found guilty in his absence of driving without insurance on August 12 last year. He was fined £600, ordered to pay £85 costs and a £60 victim surcharge and given eight points on his licence.

Carl Michael Garry, 33, of One Oak Rise, Stafford, admitted driving with excess alcohol in Wolverhampton Road, Stafford, on December 12 last year. He was fined £110, ordered to pay a £20 victi8m surcharge, £85 costs and banned from driving for 12 months.

Kelly Marie Bugler, 32, of Manor Way, Colton, admitted leaving the Moat House Hotel in Acton Trussell without paying for the hotel room on August 4. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £85 costs

Nicola Jane Bowles, 43, of Westover Drive, Stone, admitted driving above 50 mph on the A34 Fillybrooks, Stone, on July 23 last year. She was fined £40, ordered to pap a £20 victim surcharge and given three points on her licence.

Steven John Cunningham, 41, of Forge Close, Churchbridge, Cannock, pleaded guilty to driving a van in Style Cop Road, Rugeley, with excess alcohol on December 12 last year. He was fined £340, ordered to pay a £34 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and was banned from driving for 38 months.

Darren Mclaughlin, 29, of Beechcroft, Barlaston, pleaded guilty to driving on the A34 Stone Road, Yarlet, above the 60 miles per hour speed limit on July 24 last year and failing to give information to police on August 28 last year. He was fined £130, ordered to pay £60 costs and a £20 victim surcharge and given three points on his licence.

Anthony Brian Wallbank, 28, of Station Road, Hednesford, admitted stealing a bottle of brandy worth £58.98 from Morrisons in Rugeley on February 13 and having foil and tape covers which could be used for theft on February 14. He was fined a total of £160, ordered to pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

David Neil Sandbrook, 38, of Broad Meadow Croft, Stafford, stole a chicken worth £8.75, from Sainsbury’s in Stafford. He was given a six month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £8.75 compensation, a £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Steve Alexander, 39, of Greenside, Yarnfield, was found guilty in his absence of driving above the 60 miles per hour speed limit on the A34 Stone Road, Yarlet, on July 20 last year. He was fined £400, ordered to pay £85 costs, a £40 victim surcharge and given three points on his licence.

Matthew David Degg, 29, of Fillybrooks Mews, The Fillybrooks, Stone, pleaded guilty to driving above the 30 miles per hour speed limit on Barlaston Old Road, Stoke, on July 29 last year. He was fined £135, ordered to pay £60 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and and given three points on his licence.

David Kaminski, 53, of Moorfields, Stafford, admitted driving on the A34 Stone Road, Trentham, above the 40 miles per hour speed limit. He was fined £95, ordered to pay £60 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and given three points on his licence.

Ashley Jordan King, 21, of Averill Road, Stafford, was charged with assaulting a woman by beating her and penetrating a woman when she not consent on February 13. He was

sent for trial at Stafford Crown Court on March 7. He was given bail.

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