COURT: LATEST CASES FROM THE ISLE OF WIGHT MAGISTRATES COURT – 6TH-10TH JULY 2020

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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.

Monday 6th July – Friday 10th July 2020

• Reece Judge, 19, of Sherbourne Avenue in Ryde admitted assault by beating against Adam Roy. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay compensation of £50 with a surcharge of £32, as well as costs of £85.

Toby Anthony John Lucas, 25, of Mary Rose Avenue in Wootton pleaded guilty to 2 charges of driving when the proportion of a controlled drug Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, in his blood, namely 3.6 micrograms and 4.2 micrograms of drug per litre of blood, exceeded the specified limit. He also pleaded guilty to using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour with intent to cause fear of/provoke unlawful violence to PC Tasker. He was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work, as well as paying £85 costs with a £90 surcharge.

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Taylor Stuart Bates, 20, of Wellington Road in Ryde, was fined £80 and ordered to pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £32 for possession of 13.6g of cannabis, a Class B drug. The cannabis was forfeited.

Anthony John Read, 50, of Eatons Mead, Chingford in London, failed to answer bail and a warrant was issued for his arrest in relation to a charge of failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis. He was und guilty in his absense.

Alexander Cooper, 22, of Newport Road, Cowes, admitted stealing £60 of Dorma candles from Dunelm. He was given a 24 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £60 compensation with court costs of £40 and a sucharge of £22.

Jason David Morton, 42, of Chale Green, Chale pleaded guilty to assaulting Jonathon Prew. He also indicated a guilty plea for assaulting an emergency worker. Morton was ordered by Magistrates to complete 10 rehabilitation days and pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £95.

Toby James Barclay-Roper, 30, of Whitwell Road, Ventnor was fined £133 for driving 35mph in a 30mph limit at Maybray King Way, Southampton. He was also ordered to pay a surcharge of £32. He was given 3 points on his licence also.

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Paul Anthony Bishton, 28, of Fort Street in Sandown, was sentenced to 12 weeks in prison in total for 2 counts of racially aggravated assault and 1 count of causing harassment, alarm or distress with racial aggravation. He was also fined £50.

Alex John Jalcher, 23, of Hillrise Avenue in Binstead, was fined £138 for driving a motor vehicle on Fairlee Road, Newport whilst using a hand-held mobile telephone. He was also given 6 points on his licence and ordered to pay costs of £85 with a £32 surcharge.

Benjamin James Arathoon, 27, of Cross Street, Ryde, pleaded guilty to drug driving when the proportion of a controlled drug, namely Benzoylecgonine, in his blood, namely 235ug/l, exceeded the specified limit. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.

Charlie Kye Ashton, 22, of Westhill Road, Shanklin pleaded guilty to drug driving when the proportion of a controlled drug, namely cannabis, in his blood, contained not less than 5.9 micrograms per litre of blood, exceeded the specified limit. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £160 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £32 surcharge.

Ellie Davison, 18, of Sunset Close in Freshwater pleaded guilty to drink driving on Carisbrooke Road, Newport after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in her breath, namely 69 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, exceeded the prescribed limit. She was disqualified from driving for 17 months, fined £120 and ordered to pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £34.

Benjamin Flux, 26, of Green Street in Ryde, was fined £80 and ordered to pay court costs of £85 with a £30 surcharge for possession of cannabis, a Class B drug. The cannabis was forfeited.

• Lee Henderson, 48, of Victoria Street, Ryde, admitted assault by beating against Andrew Taylor and indicated a guilty plea to assaulting an emergency worker, namely PC Taylor, and possession of both ketamine and cannabis, Class B drugs. He was given a tag curfew for 8 weeks and ordered to complete 15 rehabilitation days. He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 with a surcharge of £95.

Loui Pope, 35, of Osborne Road in Shanklin admitted stealing a tower speaker and soundbar, to the value of £130, from B&M in Newport. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £34 surcharge.


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, the Society of Editors and the News Media Association and approved by the Lord Chancellor. Not all cases heard will appear on this round-up due to legal restrictions.

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The Truth

The sentencing is ridiculous.. No deterrent whatsoever!

Irene Brawn

A lot of drug related cases again !!! Where’s the help for these people??

Only saying

I feel sorry for the guy who did 35mph in a 30mph zone. I no it’s the way it is but don’t stick his name against the rest on this page. We as drivers sometimes go over the speed limit. Give the guy a break.

bert

Its the busiest camera in the Uk!! The A3024 Maybray King Way camera in Southampton, which polices a 30mph limit on a dual carriageway, topped the list. In second spot was one on the M62 in Greater Manchester between Junctions 19 and 20 where 38,836 speeding drivers have been caught between 2015 and 2017

mr justice

From the 24th of July, shop lifters are go!

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