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Round-up of court cases from Stafford and Cannock magistrates courts

By Staffordshire Newsletter  |  Posted: April 11, 2014

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Round-up of court cases from Stafford and Cannock magistrates courts

Round-up of court cases from Stafford and Cannock magistrates courts

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Frederick Dawson, 82, of Blythe Road, Stafford, admitted driving a car on Blythe Road, with excess alcohol on February 27, He was banned from driving for 21 months, fined £110, ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Ansar Mahmood, 26, of Douglas Avenue, Birmingham, is charged with in Rugeley on February 27 stealing a BMW 520 worth £16,995, acquiring or using a BMW 520 and allowing himself to be carried in a vehicle taken without the owner’s consent during which time there was an accident. His case was sent to Stafford Crown Court on June 23. He was given bail.

Christopher John Parsons, 26, of Glendower Close, Gnosall, admitted assault by beating. He was fined £125, ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge, £100 compensation and £85 costs.

Craig Lee Perry, 32, of no fixed address, is charged with robbing a man of £25,000, allowing himself to be carried a vehicle knowing that it had been taken without consent, and arson, which destroyed a Seat Toledo vehicle, in Penkridge on June 21. The case was sent for trial to Stafford Crown Court on June 23. He was given bail.

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Lee Martin Tonks, 33, of Dryden Road, Wolverhampton, is charged with allowing himself to be carried in a car when it had been taken without consent and committing arson by destroying a Seat Toledo in Penkridge on June 21. The case was sent for trial to Stafford Crown Court on June 23. He was given bail.

Ryan John Reynolds, 22, of Castlemill Court, Weston, admitted driving a car in Cambridge Street with excess alcohol on January 11. He was given a 12 month community order, banned from driving for two years, ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Joel Anthony Harold Tasker, 20, of Unicorn Road, Liverpool, admitted stealing a Sony Xperia worth £549.95 from Carphone Warehouse, Stafford, on January 25, and failing to surrender to custody at Cannock Magistrates’ Court February 13. He was sent to prison for 28 days.

Tracey Blackley, 32, of Commonside Close, Stafford, admitted driving a car in Stone Road without due care and attention on November 19 last year. He was fined £55 and ordered to pay £300 compensation. He also admitted driving without insurance on the same date and was given eight points on his licence, fined £170 and ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge and £60 costs.

Nathan John Woodcock, 19, of no fixed address, admitted stealing a Yorkshire Bank debit card and £251.80 in Stafford on February 7, and threatening a police officer that damage would be caused to police vehicles in Rugeley and committing an offence while on a conditional discharge on March 3 and on March 2 in Cannock he attempted to damage a police vehicle. He was sentenced to a total of 60 days in a young offenders institution.

Shanny Elvis Boswell, 29, of Glover Street, Stafford, pleaded guilty to stealing three items of clotheing worth £12 from Scope charity shop in Stafford, on January 21, stealing various food items worth £50 from Tesco on February 7 and committing an offence while on a six-month conditional discharge. He was given a 12-month community order, fined £70, ordered to pay a total of £62 compensation, a £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

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