COURT: LATEST CASES FROM THE ISLE OF WIGHT MAGISTRATES COURT – 29TH JUNE – 3RD JULY 2020

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

Monday 29th June – Friday 3rd July 2020

• Dale Gill, 29, of Pyle Street, Newport admitted aggravated vehicle taking with vehicle damage under £5000, using a motor vehicle without third party insurance and being the driver of a vehicle involved in a road accident and failing to report that accident, which occurred on Knighton Shute. He also admitted failing to surrender to bail.

Gill was banned from driving for 12 months (from 9th March 2020) and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work, as well as paying compensation of £300 with a surcharge of £85 and £85 costs.

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Daryl Stow, 43, of Queens Road, Shanklin pleaded guilty to assault by beating against Geoffrey Stow, as well as criminal damage to property valued under £5000. He was given a restraining order preventing him from being at an address whilst under the influence of alcohol for a period of 12 months. He was also ordered to participate in an alcohol treatment programme for 6 months, as well as paying £85 costs with a surcharge of £90.

Simon Layton, 50, of Yarmouth Harbour, admitted assault by beating against Connor Burchell. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £30 surcharge. He was also fined £80 for assaulting Samuel Hellewell.

Darren Paul Cook, 35, of Stones Close, Cowes pleaded guilty to assault by beating. He was ordered to complete 15 rehabilitation days, 230 hours of unpaid work and pay compensation of £100 with costs of £300 and a surcharge of £95. He was given a restraining order preventing him from contacting his victim, and/or entering a property in Newport until January 2022.

Adam Karim Elsayed, 39, of Landguard Manor Road, Shanklin failed to appear for court on 3rd July. A warrant for his arrest was issued.

Rhys Miller, 21, of Prince Street, Ryde, admitted assault by beating against Kevin White. Miller was given a restraining order preventing him from contacting Mr White directly and preventing him from attending an address in St John’s Road, Ryde. He was also fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

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Georgina Minette Cooper, 18, of Salisbury Road, Ryde was given a 6 month conditional discharge for the offence of possessing a controlled drug of class B, namely herbal cannabis. She was ordered to pay £45 costs with a surcharge of £22. The cannabis was forfeited.

Mark Eden Goddard, 46, of Edinburgh Road, Freshwater admitted assault by beating against James Young and using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour to cause harassment/ alarm/distress against Wendy Timberlake. Goddard was made subject to an electronic tag curfew for 6 weeks and ordered to complete 10 rehabilitation days. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs, a £95 surcharge and pay compensation of £50.

Carley Lorraine Percey, 34, of Slade Road, Ryde pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle with a proportion of a specified controlled drug above the specified limit, namely cannabis. She was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Billy David Edwin Wise-Mellor, 21, of Hillcrest Road, Rookley was given a 6 month conditional discharge for possession of a controlled drug of Class B, namely cannabis. He was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £22 surcharge and the cannabis was forfeited.

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Perry John Masters, 37, of Downsview, Perowne Way in Sandown pleaded guilty to theft from a shop, namely 8 cans of beer to the value of £9.00. He was ordered to pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £32. Masters also admitted commissioning a further offence whilst on a suspended sentence. The sentence of 18 weeks in prison was extended by a suspended period of 6 months. He was also ordered to complete 12 months of rehabilitation.

Ross Smith, 42, c/o Falcon Road in East Cowes, pleaded guilty to stealing foodstuffs from Tesco to the value of £131.58. He was fined £29, ordered to pay compensation of £50 with costs of £50, as well as a surcharge of £32.

Daniel John Vessey, 30, of Arundel Close in Ryde, admitted criminal damage to a door. He was ordered to complete 20 days of rehabilitation and pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £34.

Eamonn John Loughlin, 26, of Avenue Road, Sandown pleaded guilty to harassment. He was ordered to complete 20 rehabilitation days, fined £120 and ordered to pay costs of £85 with a £90 surcharge.

Matthew Kevin Lewendon, 49, of Lugley Street, Newport, pleaded guilty to the theft of a duvet set from Morrisons to the value of £22. He was ordered by Magistrates to pay a fine of £40, compensation of £22 and a surcharge of £32.

Mark Paul Williamson, 30, of Queens Road, Shanklin was fined £120 for possession of a controlled drug of Class B, namely cannabis. He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a surcharge of £32. The cannabis was forfeited.

Jonathon Mark Anthony Gayle, 33, of Admiral Way, Cowes was guilty of criminal damage to the value of £10. He was fined £40 and ordered to pay a £32 surcharge.

David William Hazell, 30, Halford Close, Sandown admitted drink driving (224 milligrams of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood was recorded) and driving without due care and attention. He was disqualified from driving for 25 months (reduced by 25 weeks if course completed), as well as being fined £240. Hazell was also ordered to pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £90.

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The Truth
The Truth
1 year ago

Going through those sentences just shows how weak and lenient our magistrates are. No deterrent whatsoever.

Bob
Bob
Reply to  The Truth
1 year ago

Hardly crimes of the century

mr justice
mr justice
Reply to  Bob
1 year ago

Sorry bob but have you ever had your house ransacked, all your private belongs tipped out all over the floor, and precious bits of jewellery taken,given to you by family members that are no longer here!? Well I have, and it’s heart breaking!. So seeing the softy fines given for this I have come to this conclusion. You break into my house, you will never be seen again, period!!

Justice was done
Justice was done
Reply to  Bob
1 year ago

Well Bob….your not the woman who took a beating from a man so easy for you too say that!

Stu
Stu
1 year ago

At least they are named and shamed

mr justice
mr justice
1 year ago

Well well, Ross smith! Again and again and again and…… do you get the picture? This maggot ,has been stealing since he was 16, in and out of prison. He must have close to over a hundred convictions! Is he going to stop ? No of course not! When society gets their head around how to deal with this type of scum ,then he WILL stop, because he won’t have any hands to steal with! That’s real justice!

The Truth
The Truth
Reply to  mr justice
1 year ago

The same can be said of Perry Masters. Caused misery all over the island for the last 25 years.

Ash veevers
Ash veevers
Reply to  The Truth
1 year ago

Do you actually know what any of these people are gking through to make then steal in the first place no. Did u also know heroin addiction is one of th e biggest pandemics of this generation, you shouod all be ashamed of your selves these people have issues, wow such judgemental people on the Isle of Wight

mr justice
mr justice
Reply to  Ash veevers
1 year ago

Oh I must remember that one, if I ever get in trouble,I have issues! Pathetic!

 

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