LATEST CASES FROM THE ISLE OF WIGHT MAGISTRATES COURT – 24TH-28TH AUGUST 2020

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

Monday 24th – Friday 28th August 2020

• Clive George Inch, 36, of Whitcombe Road, Newport pleaded guilty to stealing £5 of hot food items from Co-Operative and criminal damage to a Police cell. He was ordered to pay £5 compensation, £45 costs, a £95 surcharge and was made subject to an alcohol treatment programme for 6 months. Inch is subject to a 12 week curfew also.

James Birchenough, 31, of Osborne Road in East Cowes, was found guilty of assault. Birchenough also pleaded guilty to using threatening/abusive words/behaviour to cause fear of violence and possession of a Class B drug. He was handed down a 12 week prison sentence and ordered to pay £150 costs, with a surcharge of £115.

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David Hill, 67, of Royal Street in Sandown, admitted drink driving. He blew 70 – the legal limit is 35. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months, fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

John Mark Rollinson, 48, of Main Road, Arreton pleaded guilty to drink driving. He blew 66. He was disqualified from driving for 17, fined £140 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Tamara Ashly Cassidy, 33, of Osborne Road in East Cowes was fined £80 for stealing cosmetics from Boots to the value of £339. She was ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge. She was also given a 6 month conditional discharge for causing harassment, alarm or distress.

Wayne Neil Thomas Paulson, 27 of Staplers Road, Newport pleaded guilty to assault and criminal damage. He was ordered to complete 25 rehabilitation days, fined £50 and told to pay costs of £95.

Jamie Peter Evans, 50, of Sea Street in Newport was ordered by Magistrates to complete 40 rehabilitation days for possession of a Class A drug (cocaine) and possession of a weapon that can discharge electricity – namely a taser – contrary to the Firearms Act 1968. He was ordered to pay £600 costs with a surcharge of £90. He has also been made subject to a 2 year criminal behaviour order.

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Scott Andrew Whittington, 41, of Oakvale in Ryde, was given an 8 week prison sentence – suspended for 12 months – for breaching a restraining order and criminal damage. He was also ordered to pay a surcharge of £128.

Clive George Inch, 36, of Green Street in Ryde, was given a 6 month conditional discharge for breaching a restraining order. He was ordered to pay costs of £40 with a £22 surcharge.

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Nwo
Nwo
1 year ago

Clives been a busy boy , just lock him up n be done with him

bruno
bruno
Reply to  Nwo
1 year ago

Clive is ok just needs help

The Truth
The Truth
Reply to  Nwo
1 year ago

The Guy is a pain in the backside.

ron
ron
1 year ago

Wow! those punishments are going to send a shock wave through the scum community.

Stu
Stu
1 year ago

2 cases from Osborne road East Cowes sounds like a nice road.

Eve Shipman
Eve Shipman
1 year ago

Love the last reported case. A case of giving an inch and taking a mile.

Last edited 1 year ago by Eve Shipman
Eve Shipman
Eve Shipman
Reply to  Eve Shipman
1 year ago

Doublrepost, edit went wrong.

Eve Shipman
Eve Shipman
Reply to  Eve Shipman
1 year ago

Double post, edit went wrong.

Eve Shipman
Eve Shipman
1 year ago

Love the last one. A case of giving an inch and taking a mile, maybe?

Annoyed Citizen
Annoyed Citizen
1 year ago

Mr Inch is a piece of work, He’s stolen way more than that! Deserves sentencing, rid the island of him.

Stu
Stu
1 year ago

Interesting not the youngsters min age 27 really should no better time they all grew up.

Zak
Zak
Reply to  Stu
1 year ago

Not when there is never any repercussions for breaking the law. Remember this is ONLY the cases they have been CAUGHT for.
 
More profitable than working for many

WorksForALiving
WorksForALiving
1 year ago

Same old scum, different day

bob
bob
1 year ago

Iam glad that the full weight of the law was thrown at these henous villans. Good job that the crimes commited were not more serious, as the courts might have had to give them a bag of sweets each and a fiver for their fare home. As for any of their victims, directly or indirectly shame on you for being a victim, there is no room in this world for decent law abiding people who upset the scum of this earth, shame on you. As for the CPS and law courts of this land, grow a pair, and provide justice for the victims not those that cause the misery, heartache, damage to others.   If can ask a question, on Sunday I will be driving drunk in Sandown, will have about 5keys of charlie with me, selling it to school children.   Does this mean I can get a sentence… Read more »

 

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