LATEST CASES AT THE ISLE OF WIGHT MAGISTRATES COURT (1ST-5TH FEBRUARY 2021)

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This is your weekly round-up of some of the latest court cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates Court.

The defendant’s name, age, address and details of the charge(s) and sentence are published in accordance with Criminal Procedure Rule 5.8, as agreed by HMCTS and the Society of Editors and approved by the Lord Chancellor. Not all cases heard will appear on this round-up due to legal restrictions.

This article is published from official information issued by HM Courts and Tribunal Service and is covered by qualified privilege. Please note: names/details of convictions will not be removed from this article on the basis of the convicted individual or their families requesting such action.

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Monday 1st February – Friday 5th February 2021

 

• Louise Michelle Healey, 36, of Leavington House, East Hill Road in Ryde, was disqualified from driving for 6 months and fined £84 for driving at a speed of 82mph in Sheerness. She was also ordered to pay £90 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Lara White, 26, of New Street in Newport, pleaded guilty to assault by beating. She was ordered to pay £50 compensation, £85 costs and a £95 surcharge. She must also complete 100 hours of unpaid work with 15 rehabilitation days.

Stacey Emma Beeney, 31, of Osborne Road in Shanklin was given a 12-month conditional discharge for possession of a Class B drug, namely cannabis. She was ordered to pay £85 costs with a £22 surcharge.

Daniel Craig Harris, 29, of Harding Road in Ryde, was fined £80 for possession of a Class B drug, namely cannabis. He was ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

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Alexander Cooper, 22, of Tennyson Road in Cowes, admitted £1,213.85 worth of theft from 4 supermarkets and admitted commission of a further offence whilst subject to a conditional discharge. He was ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid work with 15 rehabilitation days, as well as paying £1,191.95 in compensation. #

Dominica Anderson, 52, of Canning Court in Newport, was fined £120 for possession of a Class A drug, namely 7.1g of diamorphine. She was also ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Paul Timms, 63, of Atherley Road in Shanklin, was given a 12-week prison sentence after being found guilty of assault by beating and breach of a non-molestation order. He was ordered to pay £600 costs and £128 surcharge. Timms admitted possession of a Class B drug, namely cannabis.

Andrew Lee Chapman, 44, of Gunville Road in Carisbrooke, was handed down a 4-month prison sentence – suspended for 12 months – for possession of a Stanley blade knife, which was locked into position to prevent it folding. The sentence was given due to a second conviction for possession of a bladed weapon. He was also told to pay £85 costs with a £128 surcharge and complete 10 rehabilitation days. Chapman was also ordered to pay £85 costs for possession of a Class A drug, namely diamorphine.

Alistair William Calvert, 25, of Bettesworth Road in Ryde, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and possession of a Class B drug, namely cannabis. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay £40 costs with a £34 surcharge.

David Roger Ward, 51, of Avenue Road in Sandown, pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £80 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Tara Louise Hunter, 46, of Eddington Road in Nettlestone, was fined £80 after pleading guilty to theft to the value of £75 from Tesco. She was ordered to pay £40 costs with a £34 surcharge.

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Timmy
Timmy
2 months ago

Andrew Lee Chapman caught twice with a weapon but everyone dont panic he has been given a suspended sentence and fine! Totalj oke……….

islander
islander
Reply to  Timmy
2 months ago

people like him should have the following sentence applied locked up for a period of one week, with no visits, no x box, no privileges, meals pushed through the door and no human contact. At the end of that week, someone should look through the spyhole and if he is still alive and doesn’t appear bothered, leave him for another week and repeat the process. Once it is sure that he is mentally suffering badly, then provide him with a conversation through the spyhole only. If he is at breaking point, then let him out into a cell that offers books to read and daily human contact with an officer. if he behaves himself he can be out in three months, if not then back to the first cell for at least three months until he learns – damned well behave yourself or you will eventually spend the remainder of… Read more »

? ?
? ?
Reply to  islander
2 months ago

Wow.
Are you actually suggesting isolation and mental torture for possession of a stanley knife?
The line where you say “Once it is sure that he is mentally suffering badly” is utterly disgusting. Saying that the only way out should be death is even worse.

Lets be clear here, he had a knife he shouldnt have had. Its not the first time. He has not used these weapons, he is just in possession of them. He hasnt murdered anyone, he hasnt raped anyone.
He has recieved an appropriate sentence, and your comment is utterly disgusting.

islander
islander
Reply to  ? ?
2 months ago

yes, the arrogant little cnut will carry on doing what he wants, especially when he knows there are gullible fools like you around who are more worried about how he is treated than the rights of those who are going about their lawful business. He is carrying these weapons and is working his way up to using them.

how would you feel if it is you that he uses it on?

he needs to suffer, that is what prison is for, deprivation of freedoms and a place for people to be punished, not molly coddled and chatted to

lock the p rick up and leave him to rot.

? ?
? ?
Reply to  islander
2 months ago

Deprivation of freedom absolutely.
Torture, absolutely not.
I wonder if you would be so mouthy in person. Somehow I doubt it.
Meanwhile, you can’t sentence someone for what they might do in the future, only what they have already done. Like it or not, that’s the law.

islander
islander
Reply to  ? ?
2 months ago

oh believe me, I am far more “mouthy” in person – this site won’t let me be myself on here.

Before you ask, I have spent time in cells and been to court – made no difference whatsoever, the justice system is weak in this country. I have first hand knowledge of why people should be doing the sort of sentences i outlined, rather than your pathetically weak version of justice, which has so far, enabled me to avoid any real punishment for anything, ever.

you get my point now – I should hope so, as there are plenty like me and some are far worse, where jail is just seen as a break from the job of being a criminal.

work
work
Reply to  islander
2 months ago

well said islander

I was in a cell with someone who just laughed and said jail is an occupational hazard and a couple of months bird was worth it.

these handwringers are a godsend to many in the criminal life. so up themselves and so many take advantage…one day society will wake up and throw these do holders out

andy
andy
Reply to  islander
2 months ago

well said

Timmy
Timmy
Reply to  ? ?
2 months ago

Carrying a standl

Timmy
Timmy
Reply to  Timmy
2 months ago

Carrying any knife should be a prison sentence , been caught twice and it’s clearly not as hes a carpet fitter

? ?
? ?
Reply to  Timmy
2 months ago

Doesn’t matter what you think it should be. It matters what the law is. If you want to change that, run for parliament.

Timmy
Timmy
Reply to  ? ?
2 months ago

You wouldn’t be saying anything if you lost a family member like we did to knife crime, reply and you can have my address and you can tell me in person that carrying a blade or knife is fine unless you use it ?

freeloaders
freeloaders
Reply to  Timmy
2 months ago

well said timmy – the poster that uses the name ?? is clearly a wet blanket, socialist hand wringing do gooder, that is more worried about the rights of some loser, rather than the rights of innocent, hard working people.

i do hope that this pathetic apologist contacts you and is shown what happens when a society doesn’t ruthlessly punish people like that.

Timmy
Timmy
Reply to  freeloaders
2 months ago

I’m not having some keyboard warrior tell me just because he hasn’t committed a serious offence he cant be punished more……hes carried a weapon and been caught twice hes not a carpenter or a tax paying worker otherwise he wouldn’t of been to court, like I said anyone thinking on here its acceptable to carry weapons even if they haven’t yet committed a crime come see me for a chat…

freeloaders
freeloaders
Reply to  Timmy
2 months ago

definitely timmy – he should be suffering in a cell somewhere. The weapon on its own is not dangerous, it is the weapon holder that makes it dangerous and as such anyone carrying a knife is not doing it to cut sandwiches.

hope the keyboard warrior has the guts to come and see you.

freeloaders
freeloaders
Reply to  ? ?
2 months ago

unless the law is applied in the way society wants it, then society will take the law into its own hands

remember – it is policing by consent. The politicians and law makers are only where they are because society permits it. There are far more members of the public than there are lawyers and MP’s – if we want you out, you will be out, whether you like it or not, one way or another.

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