Everyone convicted at Bristol Magistrates’ Court from December 2 to December 7

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Cases of violent crime, drugs and fraud were among those heard by Bristol magistrates last week.

Bristol Magistrates’ Court imposed a wide range of sentences from Monday, December 2 to Saturday, December 14.

Below is a list of all the people who pleaded guilty or were found guilty at the court in that period.

It includes the defendants’ addresses, ages, their offences and the outcomes of the hearings. Victims’ names have been withdrawn.

Every week, Bristol Live reports from the city’s courts.

This reporting forms an important part of the UK’s open justice system, that justice can be seen to be done.

Some of the key benefits of open justice include ensuring public confidence and respect in democracy and the administration of justice, as well as deterring people from committing crimes and thereby the details of those crimes becoming public knowledge.

Here are the people convicted at Bristol Magistrate’s Court between November 25 and November 30, 2019.

Monday, December 2

David Nash, 60, of Hawthorns Lane, Keynsham

Nash pleaded guilty to a series of offences:

On November 10, he assaulted a man in Bristol;

and on the same day, stole a £165 Karcher pressure washer from Halfords in Brislington;

On November 30, he attempted to steal £146 of tools from B&Q in Longwell Green;

and on the same day committed a racially-aggravated public order offence against another man.

Nash was given 234 hours community service, and ordered to pay a total of £300 in compensation.

Anthony Scott, 34, of Cecil Close, Ealing

Scott pleaded guilty to two offences committed on September 5 in St Paul’s. The first was that he smashed glass panes at an address owned by Bristol City Council. The second was that he was in possession of a meat cleaver.

Those two offences were committed while he was the subject of a suspended sentence for offences in 2018, so they were brought back before magistrates. He was convicted in November 2018 of a public order offence and possessing an offensive weapon.

Magistrates sent him to prison for six weeks, with another 17 weeks in jail suspended for a year.

Harrison White, 20, of Hillcot Close, Quedgeley, Gloucester

White pleaded guilty to a charge of stalking and harassment of a woman in Gloucester at the end of November. He was remanded on bail to be sentenced by Cheltenham Magistrates in the New Year.

Kyle Morgan, 31, of Goldney Avenue, Warmley

Morgan pleaded guilty to a charge of disclosing a private sexual photo or film without consent with the intention of causing distress. He was given a community order and 100 hours community service. He was also given a restraining order, and must pay a total of £290 in costs and surcharges.

Steven Payne, 65, of Stonebridge Park, Eastville

Payne pleaded guilty to a charge under the Harassment Act – he left answerphone messages with a woman saying he was going to go to her home with a gun. He was given a restraining order, and a community order with a requirement to undertake an alcohol treatment programme.

Bobby Randle, 23, of Linton Close, Plymouth

Randle pleaded guilty to a charge of driving without licence or insurance at Aust Services near Bristol on July 6 this year, and possessing ketamine when stopped by police that day. He was given a conditional discharge for 18 months, six points on his licence and was made to pay £106 in costs and surcharges.

Jennie Wright, 41, of Frome Rd, Chipping Sodbury

Wright was charged with an offence of failing to provide a breath test specimen when stopped while driving in Yate on March 4 this year. She pleaded not guilty on June 13, was found guilty by magistrates on November 8 and was now sentenced. She was given a community order with a rehabilitation requirement, fined £120 and with costs and surcharges will have to pay £710. She was banned from driving for three years.

John Ayres, 41, of NFA

Ayres pleaded guilty to a string of offences:

He assaulted a man at Sainsbury’s in Kingswood High Street on July 4;

He used threatening behaviour at Sainsbury’s in Kingswood High Street on July 4, contravening a Criminal Behaviour Order, and again on the same day at Kingswood Park.

He used threatening words or behaviour towards another man on November 23 in Downend, and on the same day towards another woman.

He used threatening words or behaviour at Sainsbury’s in Bristol on November 29.

Ayres was given an eight week prison sentence, suspended for 18 months.

Ashley Alexander, 38, of Church Lane, Cromhall

Alexander pleaded guilty to drug driving, in Easton on April 26. He was fined £396, and with costs and surcharges will pay a total of £1,055. He was banned from driving for three months.

Nicholas Crawford, 43, of NFA

Pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order by contacting a woman on social media. That activated a suspended prison sentence imposed by magistrates in Cheltenham for harassment. Crawford was sent to prison for eight weeks.

Tuesday, December 3

Stephen Catley, 61, of Heathcote Walk, Speedwell

Catley pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her in Corn Street, Bristol on December 1. He pleaded guilty and was remanded on bail for a pre-sentence report.

Daniel Lodge, 24, of Dunmail Rd, Southmead

Lodge stole a Post Office card and cash to the value of £600 from a woman in Little Stoke between October 31 and November 3, 2018. He pleaded not guilty, had a trial and was found guilty by magistrates. He was given 200 hours community service, ordered to pay £600 compensation and with costs and surcharges, will have to pay a total of £1,335.

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Jack Pritchard, 30, of Chapel Hill, Clevedon

Pritchard pleaded guilty to a long list of offences:

In August this year he committed six separate frauds in using someone else’s bank card;

In November this year he committed six separate thefts of meat, cleaning products and coffee from Co-op in Pill;

Those offences triggered the activation of a suspended sentence for eight different thefts in 2019, and possession of a Class C drug. He was jailed for a total of 48 weeks.

Donna Dyer, 48, of Elmore Rd, Horfield

Dyer pleaded guilty to stealing two pairs of jeans to the value of £88 from Hollister in Cabot Circus on July 1. She was given a conditional discharge for 12 months, and will pay £106 in costs and surcharges.

Tony Burleton, 29, of Lydney Rd, Southmead

Burleton pleaded guilty to assaulting a man at Mbargo nightclub in Clifton Triangle on November 15. He was given a conditional discharge for nine months, ordered to pay £200 compensation and a total of £306 with costs and surcharges.

Daniel Campbell, 34, of Ilminster Avenue, Knowle West

Campbell pleaded guilty to stealing £140 of toys from B&M Home Bargains at Imperial Park on October 9. Five other offences were admitted and taken into consideration. He was made the subject of a community order. He will be given a 7pm to midnight curfew for a year, enforced with an electronic tag, and is banned from Imperial Park. Campbell will also have to pay £793.18 compensation, and with surcharges and costs will have to pay a total of £968.

Michael Clarke, 54, of Saffron Gardens, Whitehall

Clarke pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was found at Longwell Green on November 15, driving a Ford Transit with 97mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was given 60 hours community service, banned from driving for two years, and will pay a total of £175 in costs and surcharges.

Daniel Dodd, 26, of Canonsfield Close, North Walbottle, Newcastle

Dodd pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught driving a Ford Focus on Church Road in St George on November 15, with 148mcgs of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was given 300 hours community service, banned from driving for five years, and will pay £175 in costs and surcharges.

Henna Mahmoud, 30, of Alcove Road, Fishponds

Mahmoud pleaded guilty to drink driving. She was caught on Upper Bristol Road in Clutton, driving a car with 63mcg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. She was fined £125, and will pay a total of £240. She was also convicted of driving with no insurance. She was banned from driving for 18 months.

Henry Hartley-Russell, 27, of Harescombe in Yate

Hartley-Russell pleaded guilty to possessing a quantity of ketamine at Bristol Temple Meads on September 13. He was fined £300 and made the subject of a community order. He’ll have to pay a total of £475 with costs and surcharges in total.

Joseph Reynolds, 18, of Ashton Gate Terrace in Ashton Gate

Reynolds pleaded guilty to criminal damage – he damaged a wall at William Hill bookies in St John’s Road, Bedminster, on November 17. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge, and with surcharges and costs, will pay £106 in total.

Jamal Smith, 23, of Long Meadow, Stapleton

Smith pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught on Small Lane, Stapleton on November 17, driving with 77mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was fined £310, and with costs and surcharges, will pay a total of £426. He was banned from driving for 20 months.

Stacey Whitaker, 35, of James Close, Staple Hill

Whitaker pleaded guilty to two charges. The first was that she was drunk and disorderly in Broad Street, Staple Hill on November 16. The second was that she assaulted a police officer. She was given 40 hours community service, ordered to pay £100 compensation and with costs and surcharges, will pay £190.

Edward Cleverdon, 32, of Providence Place, Chew Stoke

Cleverdon pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught at St Phillips, Bristol, on November 17, with 88mcg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. He was fined £450 and with costs and surcharges, will pay a total of £580. He was also banned from driving for 22 months.

Patryk Dinter, 26, of Westminster Road, Whitehall

Dinter pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught on Charlton Road, Kingswood driving with 77mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was fined £400 and, with costs and surcharges, will pay a total of £525. He was banned from driving for 20 months.

Selina Hunt, 35, of Charlton Road, St George

Hunt pleaded guilty to stealing fragrances from Boots at Cribbs Causeway. She was given a conditional discharge for 24 months.

Sam Stenner, 31, of King George St, Shotton, Deeside

Stenner pleaded guilty to a public order offence committed in Inkerman Close, Horfield, on August 24. He also pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. He was fined £375 for the cocaine and £180 for the public order offence. With costs and surcharges, he will pay a total of £695.

Ellie Winstone, 18, of Barnstable Rd, Knowle

Winstone pleaded guilty to two counts of assaulting a police officer on November 2. She was given 60 hours community service, ordered to pay compensation and with surcharges and costs, will have to pay a total of £190.

Coville Cameron, 24, of St George’s Road, Bristol

Cameron pleaded guilty to possession of Spice on May 2. He was remanded on bail for sentencing.

Woijciech Franas, 27, of Fonthill Road, Southmead

Franas pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught on Canon’s Way in the city centre with 45mcg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. He was fined £250 and with costs and surcharges, will pay £367. He was banned from driving for 14 months.

Shon Larrea, 24, of Orlebar Gardens, Lawrence Weston

Larrea pleaded guilty to GBH on a man in Avonmouth on May 4. He was sent to prison for six months, with magistrates saying the offence was serious as he had broken a man’s jaw. He was ordered to pay £500 compensation.

Jeanette Sadler, 41, of Murford Avenue, Hartcliffe

Sadler, aka Jeanette Lovell, pleaded guilty in November to one charge of possessing an offensive weapon – a kitchen knife – in public, in Murford Avenue. She was sent to prison for 12 weeks, suspended for 12 months. She was given a curfew with an electronic tag, for six weeks and made the subject of a community order with a rehabilitation requirement. With fines and surcharges, she will also pay £250.

Mohammed Wali, 24, of Mivart St, Easton

Wali pleaded guilty to soliciting another for prostitution, on September 24, in Eastville. He was given a Criminal Behaviour Order not to enter three red light areas of Bristol, fined £250 and with surcharges and costs, will pay £367.

Steven Anthony, 39, of Rose Green Close, St George

Anthony pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman on July 12 at Wetherspoons in Church Road, Redfield. He was fined £200 and with costs and surcharges, will pay £410.

Lucian Mason, 30, of Crossfield Road,  Staple Hill

Mason pleaded guilty to drink driving and assault. He was caught driving down the High Street in Staple Hill on November 2 with 63mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He pleaded guilty to assaulting another man in the High Street on the same day. He was fined £325 for the drink driving and £200 for the assault and, with costs and surcharges, will pay a total of £710. He was banned from driving for 18 months.

Daniel Edwards, 20, of Cotswold View, Wickwar

Edwards pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis in Yate on February 12. He was given 40 hours community service and will pay a total of £170 in costs and surcharges.

Amanda Oliver, 45, of Monsdale Drive, Henbury

Oliver pleaded guilty to stealing three blocks of cheese, one gammon joint, one brisket joint and four breaded hams, valued at £41.50, from Co-op in Crow Lane, Henbury, on October 31. She also pleaded guilty to breaching a supervision order, and was fined £50 for that. She was ordered to pay compensation and costs all totalling £126.50.

John Sweeney, 18, of Rose Meadow View, Ashton

Sweeney pleaded guilty on November 22 to an offence of assaulting a man at the Mercure Hotel in Redcliffe on September 18. Sweeney was made the subject of a community order and given 120 hours community service. He was ordered to pay £200 compensation and with costs and surcharges, will pay £375.

Wayne Kissack, 37, of Belston Walk, Knowle

Kissack was charged with a public order offence involving a woman in Lawrence Weston on October 20. He pleaded ‘not guilty’ on October 22 but was found guilty on December 3. He was given a conditional discharge, and was made to pay costs totalling £775, as well as a £21 victim surcharge. He was also given a restraining order lasting two years.

David Morrish, 53, of Frampton Crescent, Staple Hill

Morrish pleaded guilty to a charge that on October 26, he intentionally exposed his genitals intending that someone would see them and be caused alarm or distress. He was given a community order, with an eight-week curfew.

Billy Bradford, 26, of Claypiece Road, Withywood

Bradford pleaded guilty to assaulting a man on October 30 in Silcox Road, Hartcliffe. He also pleaded guilty to criminal damage of some window blinds, and a charge of sending two threatening text messages.

He was remanded on bail to be sentenced in January.

Ross Madden, 28, of Woodview Close, Shirehampton

Madden pleaded guilty to drug driving. He was caught driving on the A133 in Clacton-on-Sea in Essex with two drugs, benzoylecgonine and tetrahydrocannabinol n his blood. He was remanded on bail to be sentenced in the New Year.

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Wednesday, December 4

Stephen Brooks, 28, of NFA, Bristol

Brooks was before Magistrates for failing to comply with a community order they gave him in early October. He failed to attend appointments with probation in late October. He had been given a community order after a string of thefts and an assault in December 2018. He also pleaded guilty to three more offences:

He stole chocolate to the value of £57.20 from Tesco in Wine Street, Bristol on December 3;

He stole alcohol to the value of £75 from Asda in Bedminster on November 12, and

He stole £35 of alcohol on November 20 from Asda in Bedminster.

He was sent to prison for all the offences from 2018 and the fresh ones for a total of 24 weeks.

Coville Cameron, 24, of St George’s Street, Bristol

Cameron pleaded guilty to possession of Spice at Hanover Court in Bristol on May 2. He was sent to prison for 26 weeks, suspended for 12 months.

Mohamed Jama, 28, of Baptist Mills Court, Easton

Jama pleaded guilty to possession of crack cocaine and diamorphine with intent to supply on December 3 in Baptist Mills Court. He was committed to the Crown Court for sentencing.

Artur Krakowiak, 47, of Hawthorne Close, Patchway

Krakowiak pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order on December 2, at an address in Bristol. That was a further offence while he was still serving a suspended sentence given by magistrates in March 2019 for harassment and breaching a restraining order before.

He was jailed for a total of 14 weeks.

Sakariye Mahamud, 23, of Hayes Close, St Philips

Mahamud pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis on February 6 in Castle Park. He was given 300 hours community service and will pay a total of £220 in costs and surcharges.

Anton Mills, 20, of Bickford Close, Barrs Court

Mills pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing 98.6g of cannabis with intent to supply. He was sent to a young offender institution for 26 weeks.

Kevin Morgan, 58, of Underwood Rd, Portishead

On October 18, Morgan pleaded not guilty to a range of offences concerning noise and threatening his neighbours in Underwood Road, Portishead. The summary trial before magistrates happened on December 3.

They found him guilty of the following offences:

Banged four times on the wall of a house, in contravention of a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) on August 29;

Used threatening words or behaviour on October 10;

Shouted at a neighbour in contravention of a CBO;

Caused intrusive banging or made amplified noise in contravention of a CBO on October 6, and on October 16.

The trial was held on December 3, but Morgan did not appear, and a warrant was issued for Morgan’s arrest. He was arrested and brought to court on December 4, and sent to prison for a total of 40 weeks.

Janis Berzins, 27, of Fore Street, North Petherton, Bridgwater

Berzins dodged a £4.90 fare at Bristol Temple Meads. He was fined £440 and will pay a total of £648.90 with compensation, costs and surcharges.

Stacey-Louise Hinkinson, 30, of Brook Lane, Moreton Morrell, Warwick

Hinkinson dodged a £13.20 fare at Bristol Temple meads and was fined £400 and will pay a total of £657.20 with compensation, costs and surcharges.

Fernando-Constantin Lepadatu, 23, of St Austell Rd, Coventry

Lepadatu dodged a £60.80 fare at Bristol Temple Meads and was fined £440. He will pay a total of £704.80.

Ricky Thompson, 54, of Hillside St, Totterdown

Thompson pleaded guilty to possession of 0.3g of crack cocaine in St Augustine’s Parade, Bristol on December 3.

He also pleaded guilty to beaching a criminal behaviour order by being in Broadmead on November 20, and in Merchant Street on October 2.

Those offences were committed while the subject of a community order for a string of shoplifting offences earlier in 2019. He was made the subject of another Community Order, with a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement.

Ricky Dore, 31, of Crossfield Estate, Andoversford, Glos

Dore pleaded guilty to two offences:

He stole a £200 electric razor from Boots in Bristol on March 11;

He was in possession of Spice on April 20 in Bristol city centre;

Those offences were a further offence during a suspended sentence – for a string of shoplifting and breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order given by magistrates in Gloucestershire in November 2018. He was sent to prison for a total of 24 weeks.

Daniel Needham, 37, of HMP Bristol, Horfield

Needham pleaded guilty to stealing two baguettes, to the value of £5.20, from Greggs in East St, Bedminster, on September 2. On the same day he assaulted a man in East Street too.

He also pleaded guilty to damaging a door at Rowan House in Hartcliffe on September 26.

They were offences committed while under a community order, made for three lots of criminal damage and a theft from a shop. He was made the subject of a Community Order, with an alcohol treatment requirement.

Darren Biggs, 18, of St George’s Road, Bristol

Biggs pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis in Wade Street on June 12, and again in Dalrymple Rd on September 25. He was given a conditional discharge for 12 months.

Luke Butler, 24, of Mayfield Park South, Fishponds

Butler pleaded guilty to two animal welfare charges relating to his dog, a Staffordshire bull terrier called Hugo. The first charge was that he caused unnecessary suffering to Hugo in July 2019 at an address in Speedwell Avenue, by failing to seek prompt veterinary attention. The second was that he failed to take reasonable steps to meet Hugo’s needs. He was remanded on bail to be sentenced on January 10.

Claire Poore, 38, of Speedwell Avenue,  Redfield

Poore pleaded guilty to the same two charges as Luke Butler (above) relating to the lack of treatment of a dog called Hugo. Her case was also adjourned for sentencing on January 10.

Rebecca Whitlow, 19, of Speedwell Avenue, Redfield

Whitlow pleaded guilty to the same two charges as Luke Butler (above) relating to the lack of treatment of a dog called Hugo. Her case was also adjourned for sentencing on January 10.

George and Shirley Manders, 63, of Bristol Road, Cromhall, Gloucestershire

The couple both pleaded guilty to a charge brought by South Gloucestershire Council of breaching an enforcement notice issued by the council in August 2017 demanding that they stop using land in Cromhall for storage, remove all stored items and stop parking more than two lorries or two mobile homes there.

They were each given a conditional discharge for a year, and ordered to pay costs and surcharges totalling £270 each.

Junior Angus, 28, of Argyle Rd, St Paul’s

Angus was charged with two counts of assault at Argyle Road on July 20 against a man and a woman. He initially pleaded not guilty, but changed one plea to guilty on October 23, and was found guilty of the other on the same day.

Angus also pleaded guilty to driving a car with no insurance or licence on July 20 in Portishead. He also admitted breaching a bail condition on December 1. He was given 150 hours community service for the assaults, and was fined £320 for the motoring offence, and will have to pay a total of £600 with costs and surcharges.

Thursday, December 5

Karen Balmond, 44, of Jamaica Street, Bristol

Balmond pleaded guilty to possessing 0.4g of the Class A drug diamorphine on June 4 this year in Fishponds. She was made the subject of a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement, and must pay victim surcharge and costs totalling £170.

Jonathan Dean, 36, of Jamaica Street, Bristol

Dean pleaded guilty to a string of offences:

Possessing 0.651g of Spice on July 30 in Penn Street;

Failed to comply with the requirements of a curfew for 94 hours in November;

Stole a £60 food mixer from Wilko in Union Street on August 23;

Stole £92.16 worth of size and muscle gainer products from Holland & Barrett in Union Street on November 27;

Stole a £45 Christmas tree from Wilko on November 23;

Stole £144 of stationery and decorations from The Works in Horsefair on November 23;

Stole a £79 vacuum from Robert Dyas in The Galleries on November 26;

Stole a £120 Henry vacuum cleaner friom Robert Dyas in The Galleries on November 18;

Breached bail conditions by being in Broadmead on December 4.

Dean was remanded on bail until January 10, for a pre-sentence report to be prepared, and was banned from Broadmead until then.

Gemma Sharpe, 43, of Hurstwood Road, Downend

Sharpe pleaded guilty to a public order offence of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, in Stokes Croft on June 27. Magistrates found that this offence was racially aggravated.

Sharpe also pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer at the Bristol Royal Infirmary on the same day.

She was ordered to pay compensation totalling £130 – £65 each to her victims. She was sent to prison for six weeks, suspended for 12 months, and given a 12-month supervision order.

Daniel Stringer, 25, of Broncksea Road in Filton

Stringer has pleaded guilty to a long list of charges.

On September 29, at Broncksea Road he assaulted a woman twice, so two separate charges, and damaged a front door, and then on November 7, didn’t surrender to bail at the magistrates court in relation to those offences.

On November 8 at Caffe Nero in Merchant Street, he assaulted a woman.

Then on November 11, he intentionally exposed his genitals in Gloucester Street, St Paul’s. On November 12, he assaulted two police officers at Patchway Police Centre, and damaged his cell there.

On November 23, he assaulted a woman at Broncksea Road in Filton, and smashed the back windscreen of a car there, and a lamp and sky light at the house.

Stringer was remanded on bail until December 31, for pre-sentence reports to be written.

Anton Blanco, 29, of Bower Ashton Terrace, Ashton Gate

Blanco pleaded guilty to driving a VW Golf along Hotwell Road while unfit to drive through drugs, and driving with no insurance, on May 25. He was remanded on bail for a case management hearing.

Jordan Gullick, 25, of Wade Street, Bristol

Gullick pleaded guilty to breaking into a flat above the King William pub in Bristol and stealing a mobile phone, tobacco and two rings, on December 2. He was remanded on bail for a pre-sentence report.

Robert Ayling, 32, of Buckingham Parade, Thornbury

Ayling pleaded guilty to stealing Chanel fragrance and foundations, valued at £187, from Boots in Cribbs Causeway on October 6. He was fined £226 and with compensation, costs and victims surcharge, will have to pay a total of £530.

Tarn Bowler-Degen, 33, of Carrington Road, Ashton

Bowler-Degen pleaded guilty to an offence that, on August 30, he failed to comply with a Serious Crime Prevention Order – and order given to him in Kingston in 2013 – in that he had a mobile phone that he hadn’t told a Serious Organised Crime Officer about.

He was fined £280, and with costs and victim surcharge, must pay £395.

Sonny Clark, 21, of Elmore Road in Horfield

Clark pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis in Suothmead on November 10. He was fined £80 and with victims surcharges and costs, will have to pay a total of £197.

Francesca Clifford, 30, of St Peters Close in Bovey Tracey, Devon

Clifford pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman in Frogmore Street, Bristol, on November 19. She also pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer and a special constable, at Frogmore Street on the same day. She was give 100 hours community service and made to pay costs and compensation totalling £160.

John Daves, 64, of Meriton St, St Phillips

Daves pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught in Chapel Street, St Phillips, on August 17, with 127mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. He was fined £433 and with costs and surcharges, will have to pay £561. He was banned from driving for 12 months.

Winston Donaldson, 19, of Brighton Street, St Paul’s

Donaldson pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, on May 25 in Portland Square. He also didn’t have a valid licence, and no insurance. He was given 200 hours community service, banned from driving for 18 months and will have to pay a total of £170 in costs and surcharges.

Edmund Enright, 34, of Charlton Road, St George

Enright pleaded guilty to drink driving. He drove a white panel van along Charlton Road in Kingswood with 240mg of alcohol in 100 ml of blood. He was given 100 hours community service, was banned from driving for 23 months and will have to pay a total of £170 in costs and surcharges.

Russell McKenzie, 50, of Glebelands Road in Filton

McKenzie pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine at Patchway Police Centre on October 14. He was fined £276 and with costs and surcharges, will have to pay £391.

Josef Napierski, 24, of Gayner Road in Filton

Napierski pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was caught on November 17 with 85mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was fined £300 – a total of £417 with costs and surcharges – and was banned from driving for 18 months.

Shane Flook, 30, of Hartcliffe Walk in Hartcliffe

Flook pleaded guilty to ‘destroying’ the entrance door of the Co-op in Bishopsworth Road, causing damage put at £6,000, on October 14. He also pleaded guilty to stealing chocolates from Tesco Express in Axbridge Road in Knowle Park on September 30. He was remanded on bail for a pre-sentence report to be written, and will be sentenced on January 6.

Gemma Fudge, 37, of Sandburrows Road, Bishopsworth

Fudge pleaded guilty to drink driving. She drove an Audi A3 along Hareclive Road with 86mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath on November 20. She was fined £200 and with surcharges and costs will pay £317, and was banned from driving for a year.

Luke West, 27, of Browning Court in Horfield

West pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly at Liverpool Lime Street station on November 4. He was given a six month conditional discharge and will pay costs and surcharges totalling £106.

Lucifer Black, 37, of Dove Street, Kingsdown

Black pleaded guilty to two separate public order offences at Dove Street on November 4. He also damaged a van. He also pleaded guilty to assaulting a paramedic in the A&E department at the Royal United Hospital in Bath. He was remanded on bail for pre-sentence reports to be written.

Claire Healy, 36, of Broadbury Road in Knowle

Healy pleaded guilty to sending a text message that was ‘grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character’, on November 6. She was fined £150 and with costs and surcharges will pay a total of £317.

Nathan Gabey, 19, of Sydenham Hill in Cotham

Gabey was found guilty by magistrates of criminal damage to a BMW in Stokes Croft on August 25. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay compensation, costs and surcharges totalling £1,491.34 at £20 per month.

Friday, December 6

Philip Cox, 62, of Redfield Lodge Works, New Pit Lane, Bitton

Cox was charged with a total of 33 offences relating to tachograph recordings, making false records or failing to record entries. He pleaded ‘not guilty’ to all on October 9, but on December 6, changed his plea to guilty for 25 charges, and eight were dismissed with no evidence offered. He will be committed to Bristol Crown Court for sentencing.

Stuart Dawe, 33, of Rowacres, Whitchurch

Dawe pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified on December 5 on Wells Road. He also pleaded guilty to driving with no insurance.

He was banned from driving for nine months, given a community order, 100 hours community service, and will pay a total of £175 in surcharges and costs.

Aleksander Laska, 22, of No Fixed Abode

Laksa pleaded guilty to a number of motoring offences committed on December 4. He drove a Nissan car on Castle Street in Bristol and failed to stop for a police officer, drove without due care and attention, had no licence or insurance and damaged a road sign. He was ordered to pay compensation of £200 for the sign, was detained in the courthouse until 2.30pm so that he will have spent 36 hours in custody, and banned from driving for six months.

Kane Bonnick, 28, of Prewett St, Redcliffe

Bonnick pleaded guilty to criminal damage of a coffee machine in Alma Vale Road in Clifton on November 20, and a public order offence in the same incident. He was given a conditional discharge for 12 months, and ordered to pay £500 compensation.

Eleanor Day, 26, of Silverton, Exeter

Day pleaded guilty to drink driving on Freezing Hill Lane, near Bath, on November 20. She had 108mcgs of alcohol in 100ml of breath. She was fined £300, and with costs and surcharges, will pay a total of £417. She was banned from driving for four years.

Andrew Gotts, 37, of Kingsway, St George

Gotts pleaded guilty of producing cannabis on January 1. He was sent to Bristol Crown Court for sentencing.

Barrington Laudat, 30, of Somerset Terrace, Bedminster

Laudat pleaded guilty to drink driving, or riding. He was caught riding a moped on the A38 Gloucester Road in Bishopston on August 17 with 117mg of alcohol in 100ml of blood. He was fined £80 and with surcharges and costs, will pay £197. He will be banned from driving for 12 months.

Edward Ugoji, 52, of Buxton Walk, Horfield

Ugoji pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified, on November 20 in Muller Road. He also pleaded guilty to driving with no insurance and failing to provide blood for a drink drive test. He was banned from driving for a year, was ordered to pay £175 in costs and surcharges, and given a curfew for four months.

Claire Price, 37, of Whittington Rd, Fishponds

Price pleaded guilty to shoplifting from Asda in Barrs Court. On November 4, she stole chocolate, alcohol and clothing to a value in excess of £220. On November 5, she stole chocolate, alcohol, tinsel and other goods to the value of £281.71 from the same store. She was given a condition discharge for 12 months, and ordered to pay £32 compensation.

Kelly Chipulu, 35, of Southmead Rd, Filton

Chipulu was charged wtih assaulting a woman on September 6. He pleaded not guilty on October 2, but was found guilty on November 14. He was also charged with two counts of breaching a non-molestation order on September 23, and changed his plea to guilty.

He was remanded on bail to be sentenced on December 13.

Darren Hamilton, 41, of Dutton Rd, Stockwood

Hamilton pleaded guilty to resisting a police constable on a train travelling towards Bath Spa station on March 9 this year. He was given a four-week curfew with a tag, 40 hours community service, and will pay a total of £170 in costs and surcharges.

Lauren Ford, 20, of Esplanade, Burnham-on-Sea

Ford was charged with driving without due care and attention on July 20 this year, on the M5 northbound between junction 20 for Clevedon and 19 for Portishead, and then various roads around Portishead. She was also charged with failing to provide a blood specimen after being suspected of drink driving in Southmead, and also resisted a police officer in Southmead. She pleaded not guilty to all three charges on October 10, and was found guilty on December 6. Her case was sent to Taunton magistrates court for sentencing.

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Mark Archibald, 37, of No Fixed Abode, Easton

Archibald pleaded guilty to two counts of assaulting a police officer, one in Baldwin Street and a second officer at the Patchway Police Centre, both on December 6. He was remanded in custody until January 10, to be sentenced.

Ji Griffith, 38, of Jubilee Rd, Weston-super-Mare

Griffith pleaded guilty to three thefts and one possession of drugs. He stole board games and a book to the value of £78.97 from Waterstones in Union Street on April 27. He stole two bottles of ‘Holiday Bombshell’ perfume, valued at £118, from Victoria’s Secrets in Cabot Circus on December 6. He stole a man’s £800 bicycle from Merchant Street on September 3, and on December 6 he was in possession of diamorphine in Cabot Circus. Griffith was remanded on bail to the New Year for a pre-sentence report to be prepared.

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