Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Courts in Brief

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Courts in Brief

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A selection of offences from the magistrates' courts Newcastle and Tynedale Rachel Dixon, 25, of Woodbine Close, Elswick. Pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly on August 29. Fined PS55 and ordered to pay PS25 costs and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Lewis Forester, 19, of Pangbourne Close, Lemington. Found guilty of assaulting a police officer in the execution of their duty on April 18. Fined PS165 and ordered to pay PS75 costs and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Aivaras Gaulia, 30, of Victoria Square, Sandyford, Newcastle. Pleaded guilty to stealing a mobile phone, worth PS423, on July 31. Ordered to pay PS210 compensation.

Suzanne Hindmarsh, 21, of Beaconsfield Street, Arthur's Hill, Newcastle. Pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a police officer on September 11. Given a 12-month community order and ordered to pay PS50 compensation and a PS60 victim surcharge.

James Mckenna, 39, of Harriet Street, Byker. Admitted breaching the peace on September 11. Bound over in the sum of PS50 for 12 months.

Claire Carty, 25, of Strathmore Crescent, Fenham. Pleaded guilty to, jointly with another, stealing clothing, worth PS526, from Marks & Spencer on September 3 and stealing razor blades, of an unknown value, from Boots on September 12. Fined PS73 and ordered to pay PS45 compensation and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Ashley Murphy, 26, of Somerset Place, Elswick. Pleaded guilty to, jointly with another, stealing clothing, worth PS526, from Marks & Spencer on September 3 and stealing razor blades, of an unknown value, from Boots on September 12. Fined PS73 and ordered to pay PS45 compensation and a PS20 victim surcharge.

Christopher Smith, 36, of no fixed abode. Pleaded guilty to stealing a recording device, worth PS160, from J.G Windows on September 13. Discharged conditionally for six months and ordered to pay PS160 compensation.

Dale Willis, 25, of Palm Avenue, Fenham. Pleaded guilty to stealing confectionary, worth PS34, from Eats Cafe on July 23. Ordered to pay PS34 compensation.

David Hodgson, 30, of Wilfred Street, Byker. Pleaded guilty to damaging a door, of an unknown value, on September 13. …

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