ISLE OF WIGHT MAGISTRATES COURT ROUND-UP (9TH NOVEMBER – 13TH NOVEMBER 2020)

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This is your round-up of some of the latest court cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court.
Monday 9th November – Friday 13th November 2020

 

Robert Kasperski, 46, of no fixed abode, admitted assault by beating, causing harassment, alarm or distress and also using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour. He was ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid work and 20 rehabilitation days. He must also pay a £95 victim surcharge.

Jade Sandells, 22, of Esplanade in Ryde, was fined £120 for causing harassment, alarm or distress. The court found that the offence was racially aggravated. Sandells was ordered to pay costs of £85 with a £34 surcharge.

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Dylan Colvin, 19, of Bernard Road in Cowes, was fined £80 for possession of a Class B drug (cannabis). He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 with a £34 surcharge,

William David Mears, 31, of Beech Lane in Lower Earley, Reading pleaded guilty to drink driving on Kite Hill, Wootton. He was disqualified from driving for 3 years and made subject to 270 hours of unpaid work with 30 rehabilitation days. He must also pay £85 costs with a £95 surcharge.

Marcus Olivier, 34, of Belven Road in Poole, admitted assault by beating. He was ordered to complete 40 hours unpaid work and complete 10 rehabilitation days. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs with a £95 surcharge.

James Thomas Patrick Mahoney, 25, of Listowel in Co Kerry, Ireland, pleaded guilty to drink driving on South Street, Newport. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months and fine £120. He must also pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Joshua L Booth, 20, of Noke Common in Newport, admitted drug driving. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £300 and told to pay £85 costs with a £32 surcharge.

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David Toker, 39, of Hogan Close in Newport, was fined £40 for possession of cannabis. He was ordered to pay £40 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Kathryn Gannnon, 59, of Lea Road in Lake, pleaded guilty to drink driving (108). She was disqualified from driving for 26 months, fined £120 and told to complete 10 rehabilitation days. She must also pay £85 costs with a £95 surcharge,

Keelan Hobbs, 20, of Waterloo Crescent in Binstead, was made subject to a community order for possession of a bladed article, namely a kitchen knife. He must complete 200 hours unpaid work, 15 rehabilitation days and pay costs of £85 with a £95 surcharge,

Anthony John Wotton, 30, of Church Road in Wootton, was fined £40 for possession of a class b drug (cannabis). He was ordered to pay £40 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Lee Aaron Hawkins, 40, currently at her majesty’s pleasure at HMP Bullingdon, was handed down a 1 month prison sentence and ordered to pay £115 compensation for stealing DVDs to the value of £100 from WH Smith, DVDs to the value of £100 from Co Op, perfumes to the value of £210 from Superdrug, £20 cash, a Now TV stick to the value of £15 from B&M, a charity box from Guide Dogs for the Blind and a charity box from Morrisons. He also committed fraud by using a bank card to make purchases in 3 stores.

Jack Lewis Rinaldi, 27, of George Street in Ryde, pleaded guilty to criminal damage. He was given a 4 month conditional discharge and told to pay £30 costs with a £22 surcharge.

Frederick Edward Medway, 29, of St John’s Road in Ryde, changed his plea to guilty for assault by beating and causing harassment, alarm or distress at St Mary’s Hospital. He was given a 3-month curfew and told to pay £50 compensation. His suspended sentence was not activated to enable him to complete a drug rehabilitation programme. He was also guilty of possession of cannabis, for which there was no separate penalty.

Joshua Ben Parker, 28, of Fitzroy Street in Sandown, pleaded guilty to harassment, alarm or distress; using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and 2x assault by beating. He was made subject to a curfew, ordered to pay £50 compensation and told to complete 25 rehabilitation days.

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Pcw
Pcw
5 months ago

Please check your spelling of November in title

Old bean
Old bean
5 months ago

So light sentences and fine police must think why do we bother joke

Errrrr
Errrrr
5 months ago

WH Smith thought that closed

ron
ron
5 months ago

Usual token sentences which are going to scare the pants off the Island’s scum.
What world do these magistrates live in are they not here to protect the innocent public?

The cats claw
The cats claw
Reply to  ron
5 months ago

A world where OUR jails are filled with those from far far further afield.

Much of the UK’s crime, overcrowding and misery has a common cause.

Go figure

Fred Nurke
Fred Nurke
5 months ago

Is this a list of all of the cases?

If it isn’t comprehensive why are the others not being published?

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