Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Scales of Justice

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Scales of Justice

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AMONG the cases dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court on November 1 were:

Tyrone Johnston, 25, of Hollowfield, Coulby Newham, jailed for five months for theft and failing to surrender to custody.

Kevin James O'Keefe, 25, of no fixed address, jailed for seven days for theft.

Stephen Cook, 25 at the time of the hearing, of Renvyle Avenue, Stockton, banned from driving for three years and fined pounds 150 with pounds 140 costs for drink-driving.

Richard Andrew Gibb, 26, of Teesway, Neasham, Darlington, was banned from driving for three years, given a six-month prison sentence suspended for 12 months and fined pounds 300 with pounds 45 costs for drink-driving, possessing a Class A drug and having no insurance.

Christopher Ogleby, 28 at the time of the hearing, of Wentworth Street, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for six months and fined pounds 100 with pounds 15 costs for speeding.

Susan Ann Tweddle, 35, of Finchlay Court, Acklam, Middlesbrough, banned from driving for six months and fined pounds 60 with pounds 25 costs for using a mobile phone while driving.

Ben Allen, 18, of Moorhouse Estate, Stockton, banned from driving for 12 months and fined pounds 200 with pounds 40 costs for drink-driving.

James Philip Bywater, 24, of Wellington Street, Middlesbrough, jailed for four months and 14 days for theft.

AMONG the cases dealt with at Langbaugh East Magistrates Court on November 1 was: Lee Seaman, 24, of Kent Road, Guisborough, was jailed for eight weeks and banned from driving for 12 months for driving while disqualified, having no insurance, failing to stop after an accident, failing to report an accident to police, breaching a community order, failing to surrender to custody and drink-driving.

AMONG the cases dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court on November 5 were:

Michael Patrick Williams, 51, of no fixed address, jailed for five months for breach of an Anti-social Behaviour Order and criminal damage. …

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