The people who’ve been convicted at Bristol Magistrates’ Court from August 26 to August 31

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Magistrates dealt with cases last week involving  violence, drink driving and theft.

Bristol Magistrates’ Court imposed a wide range of sentences from Monday, August 26, to Saturday, August 31.

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 Victims’ names have been withdrawn.

Monday, August 26

Majita Kangootui, no fixed abode, aged 25.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on Ashley Road, Montpelier, on August 25, 2019. Fined £120.

Also pleaded guilty to driving without insurance on the same route, on the same day, but received no separate penalty.

 

Tuesday, August 27

Scott Ashman, Bishopsworth Road, Bedminster Down, Bristol, aged 43.

Pleaded guilty to being in charge of a dog that was dangerously out of control in Sandburrows Road, Bristol. The dog injured a boy.

Ashman was told the dog must be kept under proper control otherwise it will be destroyed. He was also given 100 hours of unpaid work to be done in the next 12 months. Told to pay £85 to fund victim services and told to pay costs of £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

Vicki Hastings, Whitehall Road, Bristol, aged 44.

Pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in a city centre Tesco Express on June 4, with the intent of causing another woman harassment, alarm or distress.

Pleaded guilty to the same offence against a second woman in the same Tesco on the same day.

Also pleaded guilty to assaulting that same second woman in the same place on the same day.

Pleaded guilty to failing without reasonable cause to surrender at Bristol Magistrates’ Court, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on July 27.

The offences were committed while Hastings was serving a suspended sentence.

She was jailed for a total of 10 weeks.

Marc David Sweet, St Whites Close, Whitchurch, Bristol, aged 31.

Pleaded guilty to failing to stop after causing damage to a Ford Transit while driving his own Ford Transit in Kingswood on July 19.

Fined £163.

Andrew Thomas, Muirfield, Warmley, Bristol, aged 43.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving in a BMW on the A4174, on March 9.

Told to do 40 hours of unpaid work within 12 months. Also told to pay costs to CPS and an amount to victim services.

Disqualified from driving for 23 months, but reduced to 23 weeks if course completed by December 15, 2020.

Camiel Watt, Tickenham Road, Clevedon, aged 27.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting another man by beating on Tickenham Road on August 24.

Told to complete rehabilitation activity, ordered to pay a surcharge of £90 to fund victim services and told to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

Denis Bennett, St Luke’s Crescent, Totterdown, Bristol, aged 54.

Told to comply with a domestic violence protection order lasting until September 23, under which he is not to molest a named woman.

Darren Clark, Cambourne Road, Horfield, aged 31.

Pleaded guilty to driving a car with an excess amount of a drug (Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol) in his system while in Horfield on April 28.

Fined £192, told to pay £30 to fund victim services, ordered to pay costs of £85 to the CPS and disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Lee Clayton, Knowle, Bristol, aged 22.

Pleaded guilty to stealing two air conditioning units from the Pipeline Center, Brislington, on September 11.

Told to do 60 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, asked to pay compensation of £465.85, ordered to pay £85 to victim services and told to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

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Peter Krisciunas, Headford Road, Knowle, aged 59.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving at Broadbury Road, Bristol, on August 5.

Fined £100, told to pay £32 to victim services and asked to pay £85 in costs to the CPS. Driving record endorsed with 10 points.

Kelly Jane Phillips, Somerdale Avenue, Knowle, aged 46.

Pleaded guilty to stealing clothes worth £1,290 from JD Sports, The Mall, Cribbs Causeway on July 4.

Told to do 100 hours of unpaid work within 12 months. Also told to pay compensation of £500.

Marius Stefanescu, Sandbed Road, Bristol, aged 36.

Pleaded guilty to soliciting a prostitute on Argyle Street, Eastville, on June 26.

Fined £118 and told to pay £30 to victim services and costs of £85 to the CPS.

Neil James Griffiths, John Hall Close, Hengrove, Bristol, aged 42.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting another man by beating at Ashton, Bristol.

Fined £652, told to pay £100 compensation, £65 to victim services and costs of £85 to the CPS.

Luke Alexander Stephen McCarthy, Milton Road, Yate, aged 34.

Pleaded guilty to stealing a buggy worth £1,119 from John Lewis in Cribbs Causeway on May 30.

Told to do 100 hours of unpaid work within 12 months. Also told to pay compensation of £1,119, as well as £85 to victim services and £85 in costs to the CPS.

Daniel Ian William Wring, Chadleigh Grove, Knowle, Bristol, aged 28.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving while disqualified and uninsured on Staunton Lane, Bristol, on August 7. Committed the offences during the operational period of a suspended sentence.

Sent to prison for six weeks and told to pay £122 to victim services. Disqualified from holding a licence for three years.

 

Dale Sidney Charran, Somerset Street, Redcliffe, Bristol, aged 30.

Pleaded guilty to stealing cosmetics worth £100 from Wilko on East Street, Bedminster, on June 18. Told to pay compensation of £100.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing laundry products worth £35 from Wilkinsons on May 2.

Pleaded guilty to stealing laundry products worth £28 from Wilkinsons on May 22.

Pleaded guilty to stealing make-up products worth £252.43 from Boots, Bedminster, on May 22.

Pleaded guilty to stealing make-up worth £87 from Wilkinsons, Bedminster, on May 21.

Offences were committed while a community order in relation to previous offences was in force.

Charran was sentenced to 13 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to have treatment for alcohol dependency. Also told not to enter Wilkinsons.

Shannawaz Khan, Banner Road, Montpelier, aged 23.

Pleaded guilty to driving at Blackfriars, Bristol, while an excess amount of the drug DELTA-9-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL was in his system on April 23.

Fined £120, told to pay £30 to victim services and ordered to pay costs of £85 to the CPS. Also disqualified from holding a licence for 18 months.

The offence was committed while Khan was subject to a conditional discharge order for the offence of possession of Class B drugs. As a result, he was fined £40.

Dale Adrian Nutt, Wainbrook Drive, Bristol, aged 35.

Pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a woman, with the intent of causing her harassment, alarm or distress.

Discharged conditionally for 24 months, ordered to pay compensation of £200, told to pay £21 to victim services and £135 in costs to CPS.

Benjamin Michael Dowdell, Mortimer Road, Filton, Bristol, aged 32.

Admitted breaching a community order imposed in Bristol Magistrates’ Court on August 24, 2018, by failing to attend unpaid work on May 26, 2019 and the following dates in 2019: June 2, June 16, June 30 and July 14.

The original community order was revoked and a new community order made stating Dowdell must abide by a curfew with electronic monitoring for three weeks from August 27 until September 16. He must remain at his home between the hours of 8pm-5am daily.

Maxine Eddols, Jubilee Court, Brislington, Bristol, aged 34.

Admitted breach of a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on June 28. She accumulated time violations totalling 45 hours and 52 minutes between July 13 and July 23, having left the specified address without a variation from the court on July 13 at 4.39pm.

She was fined £75 and told to pay costs of £65.

Christopher James Knight, Aston House, Redcliffe, aged 25.

Admitted breaching a community order imposed in Bristol Magistrates’ Court on May 1 by failing to attend six appointments.

The order made on May 1 was varied such that Knight must comply with rehabilitation activity by the original end date of October 31. He must attend appointments or engage in activities as instructed up to a maximum of five days.

Liam Robert Steven Merrigan, Wade Street, Bristol, aged 34.

Admitted breaching a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on May 3 by failing to attend initial appointments on three occasions.

The order was varied to become more onerous in that the drug rehabilitation requirement was extended by two months and the order was extended by six months such that it now ends on May 2, 2020.

James Vincent Parsons, All Hallows Road, Easton, aged 20.

Successful application to remove the unpaid work requirement from a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on January 18. The original requirement to carry out rehabilitation activity remains, with the end date remaining January 17, 2020.

Jamie Mark Seward, Gilbert Road, Kingswood, Bristol, aged 25.

Admitted breaching a community order imposed by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on August 16 by failing to attend unpaid work twice and failing to attend an appointment once.

The original order was revoked and a new one issued stating Seward must follow a curfew requirement with electronic tagging, starting on August 27. He must remain at home between 6pm and 6am daily until September 24.

Paul Mark Williams, Keble Avenue, Bristol, aged 35.

Successful application to amend the requirements of a suspended sentence order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on August 10, 2018, on the grounds that ill health makes the Building Better Relationships requirement unworkable. The original order was imposed for an assault committed on June 24, 2018, as well as the breach of a restraining order on the same date and a theft on June 23, 2018.

Keiran Penton, Victoria Street, Redcliff, Bristol, aged 18.

Admitted breaching a community requirement of a suspended sentence order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on May 2 by failing to attend unpaid work on three occasions. The suspended sentence, originally imposed for possession of an offensive weapon on April 6, has been made more onerous by imposing a further six months on the operational period and supervision period such that both now last 18 months.

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Wednesday, August 28

Konrad Kordeusz, Aitken Street, St George’s, Bristol, aged 19

Admitted breaching community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on January 10 by failing to attend unpaid work on two occasions.

The original order was made more onerous by the imposition of a further 20 hours, taking it to 120 hours of unpaid work.

Michaela Elaine McQueen, Blackdown View, Ilminster, Somerset, aged 29.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving while uninsured on Sussex Place, St Werburghs, Bristol, on July 2.

Fined £120, ordered to pay £32 to victim services and told to pay costs of £85 to the CPS. Also disqualified from holding a licence for 14 months, reduced by 14 weeks if course completed by May 21, 2020.

Ross Alan Victor Stephens, Jamaica Street, Kingsdown, Bristol, aged 46.

Pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis in Brunswick Square, St Pauls, Bristol, on July 3.

Cannabis forfeited and destroyed and Stephens told to pay £115 to victim services.

Also pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon – a knuckle duster – at the same time, in the same place.

Sentenced to 12 weeks in prison.

Oswald Wright, Somerset Street, Redcliffe, Bristol, aged 51.

Admitted breaching a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on June 11, 2018 by failing to attend two appointments with his case manager.

Fined £40.

Matthew John Moores, HM YOI, The Grove, Portland, Dorset, aged 20.

Pleaded guilty to driving without due care or attention on North Road, Midsomer Norton, on January 25.

Driving record endorsed.

Pleaded guilty to driving in the same place at the same time while disqualified from holding a licence. Committed to young offender institution and told to pay £500 compensation.

Pleaded guilty to causing damage to another vehicle and failing to stop on the same occasion as aforementioned. Driving record endorsed with 10 points and committed to young offender institution for three weeks concurrent.

Pleaded guilty to being the driver of a car which caused damage to another vehicle and then failing to report the accident at a police station.

Committed to young offender institution for three weeks, running concurrently with other sentences. Driving record endorsed.

Pleaded guilty to driving the above car without insurance on the above occasion.

Overall length of young offender institution sentence: 10 weeks.

Louise Gleed, Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex, aged 29.

Pleaded guilty to stealing alcohol worth £79.96 from Aldi in Fishponds Road, Bristol.

Sent to prison for four weeks, ordered to pay £79.96 in compensation, told to pay £122 to victim services and told to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

Daniel James Hollister, Bamfield, Hengrove, Bristol, aged 24.

Pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards another person, with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

Told to pay compensation of £150.

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Gary Anthony Hoskins (also known by surname Harding), Wells Road, Bath, aged 45.

Pleaded guilty, having originally pleaded not guilty, to assaulting a woman by beating her at Camerton on June 17.

Sentenced to 10 weeks in prison, suspended for 24 months. Hoskins told to follow certain requirements within the 24-month supervision period. Must comply with rehabilitation activity as instructed up to a maximum of 40 days. Restraining order issued, stating Hoskins must not contact the woman he assaulted, nor enter a particular property, until August 21, 2021. The order was made on conviction.

Also pleaded guilty to driving another person’s car without insurance and while disqualified at Camerton on June 17. He originally pleaded not guilty.

Also pleaded guilty to damaging the roof of a property belonging to Curo Housing Association in Camerton on July 13.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting an emergency worker acting in the exercise of his functions on July 13.

Total prison sentence 22 weeks. Disqualified from holding a licence for 12 months. Told to pay compensation of £500, as well as £115 to victim services and £200 to the CPS.

Pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to custody at Bristol Magistrates’ Court on April 9, 2019, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on March 11, 2019, at Patchway Police Centre. Discharged conditionally for 12 months.

Also pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards another person at Sainsbury’s Local, Broadmead, Bristol, on January 15, 2019, with the intent to cause that person to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them by any person, or to provoke the immediate use of unlawful violence by them whereby those persons were likely to believe that such violence would be used, or it was likely that such violence would be provoked.

Committed to prison for eight weeks.

Stacey Lee Brookman, no fixed abode, aged 31.

Pleaded guilty to stealing meat and a travel bag worth £70.29 from Lidl in Bristol City Centre on March 27.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing two bottles of Jack Daniel’s and two bottles of Courvoisier worth £101 from Sainsbury’s in Clifton on April 20.

Jailed for 16 weeks.

Paul Dibble, Galway Road, Knowle, Bristol, aged 40.

Pleaded guilty to stealing goods worth £101 from the Co-op at Hollway Road, Stockwood, Bristol, on May 16.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing goods worth £155 from the same place on April 21.

Jailed for eight weeks and told to pay compensation of £256.

Andrew Paul Chard, Hillfields, Bristol, aged 41.

Found guilty of damaging a door frame worth £80 at Staple Hill on January 8, with the intent to destroy or damage that property or being reckless as to whether it would be damaged or destroyed.

Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Ordered to pay compensation of £80, told to pay victim services £20 and told to pay costs of £330 to the CPS.

Harrison Samson Cousins, Sturminster Road, Stockwood, Bristol, aged 22.

Found guilty of driving a car dangerously on Wells Road and Wootton Road, Bristol, on February 17.

Ordered to do 50 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, told to pay £85 to victim services, £775 to the CPS, and disqualified from holding a driving licence for 12 months.

 

Matthew Blake Crawford, Whitefield Road, Bristol, aged 36.

Pleaded guilty to damaging a vehicle belonging to a woman with the intent to destroy or damage it or being reckless as to whether that would happen.

Fined £120, told to pay £30 to victim services and ordered to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

Melissa Jane Short, Howes Court, Barrs Court, Bristol, aged 47.

Pleaded guilty to having made a false statement to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in order to gain Income Support and doing the same to South Gloucestershire Council in order to claim Housing Benefit.

Community order made, instructing Short to remain at her house between 7pm and 7am daily for three months from August 28 until November 27.

Told to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work within 12 months.

Also told to pay £85 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

Jasbir Singh, Wick Road, Bristol, aged 53.

Application made against Singh for domestic violence protection order, served by a constable on August 25.

Order issued, lasting until September 24, meaning Singh must not molest a particular woman and in particular should not evict or exclude that woman from a particular property, nor enter that property or go within 100 metres of it.

Jordan Smith, Riverleaze, Sea Mills, Bristol, aged 24.

Application made against Smith for a domestic violence protection order, served by a constable on August 26.

The order was granted, lasting until September 24, meaning Smith must not molest a particular woman and in particular must not contact that woman directly or indirectly, nor enter a specified house or go to specified roads.

Neil Trott, Briarside Road, Southmead, aged 34.

Applied to amend a community order made by Barnstaple Magistrates’ Court on June 14. Wanted to suspend the curfew on the nights of August 30 and 31- or alternatively only on August 31 – because he is groomsman at his close friend’s wedding.

Application refused because Trott did not attend court.

 

Adam Leese, St Ivel Way, Warmley, Bristol, aged 27.

Pleaded guilty to using a colour television receiver without a licence at his home address between April 20 and April 23.

Fined £153 and told to pay £30 to victim services.

Michael Sharp, Gore Marsh Road, Bristol, aged 33.

Pleaded guilty to speeding on Jacob Wells Road, Bristol, on October 14, 2018, by exceeding the 20mph limit.

Fined £70, told to pay £30 to victim services and driving record endorsed with three points.

Pleaded guilty to stealing electric toothbrushes worth £356 from Morrisons Petrol Station, Peterson Avenue, Hartcliffe, on May 6.

Discharged conditionally for six months. Told to pay compensation of £356, as well as £20 to victim services and £100 to the CPS.

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Michelle Louise Criddle, New Cheltenham Road, Kingswood, Bristol, aged 32.

Pleaded guilty to stealing 12 bottles of pink gin worth £179.88 from B&M, Channons Hill, Fishponds, on July 22. Told to pay compensation of £179.88.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing Nicorette chewing gum and 24 Maybelline lip glosses worth £253.75 from Superdrug on East Walk, Yate, on April 13.Told to pay compensation of £100.

Pleaded guilty to stealing goods worth £451 from the Co-op in Corsham, Wiltshire, with Leslie Hawkesford and Aidan Jefferies on July 26.

Sentenced to a total of 18 weeks in prison, suspended for nine months.

Richard John Farmer, Foliat Drive, Wantage, Oxfordshire, aged 47.

Pleaded guilty to using or threatening unlawful violence towards another, with his conduct such as would cause a person of reasonable firmness to fear for his personal safety, at Brynland Avenue, Bishopston, Bristol, on October 20, 2018.

Told to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work within 12 months.

Ordered to pay £85 to victim services and £135 to the CPS.

Also given a football banning order, in force for five years.

 

Edward James Taylor, no fixed abode, aged 33.

Pleaded guilty to possession of 2.84 grams of Class B drug amphetamine at Brunswick Square, Bristol, on April 28.

Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Told to pay £20 to victim services and ordered to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

Darren Edwards, Bromley Road, Bristol, aged 53.

Pleaded guilty to stealing groceries and alcohol worth £332.53 from Sainsbury’s in Ashton, Bristol, on August 15.

Told to pay compensation of £286.15, as well as further compensation of £162.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing groceries and alcohol worth £282.88 from Sainsbury’s on Green Park Road, Bath, on August 26.

Pleaded guilty to stealing alcohol and food worth £150.75 from Sainsbury’s in Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Bristol, on August 28.

Community order made, instructing Edwards to have treatment for drug dependency for six months.

Andrew Steven Grubb, Kemperleye Way, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, aged 42.

Pleaded guilty to stealing three bottles of champagne and two bottles of spirit worth £134 from Morrisons in Yate on April 20.

Told to pay compensation of £404 and a further £160, as well as £85 in costs to the CPS.

David Mark Jouni, Wilton Close, Southmead, Bristol, aged 26.

Pleaded guilty to sexually touching a woman without her consent at Sainsbury’s on Gloucester Road in Bishopston, Bristol, on August 11.

Community order imposed, meaning Jouni has to stay under a curfew for four months with electronic tagging. Cannot leave home between 12 noon and 4am on Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Told to pay compensation of £200, as well as £85 to victim support and £85 to the CPS.

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Nathaniel Luke Ward, Heol Coedcae, Coedcae, Bargoed, Caerphilly, aged 26.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on the M4 at junction 22-21 on August 11.

Fined £80, told to pay £32 to victim services, ordered to pay £85 to the CPS and licence endorsed with 10 points.

Angela Lisa Williams, Dean Crescent, Bedminster, Bristol, aged 57.

Pleaded guilty to stealing purses worth £700 from Debenhams, St James Barton, Bristol, on August 8.

Ordered to attend rehabilitation activities up to a maximum of 20 days by August 28, 2020. Also told to pay compensation of £700.

Nigel Martin Charles, Fishponds Road, Fishponds, Bristol aged 40.

Pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified on the A38 at Almondsbury, Bristol, on June 11.

Also pleaded guilty to failing to stop at a red light on the same day, at the same location.

Pleaded guilty to driving the same car without insurance on the same day, same location.

Ordered to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, told to pay £85 to victim services, £85 to the CPS and disqualified from holding a driving licence for 13 months.

Thabani Moyo, Grays Road, Taunton, Somerset, aged 56.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on Ilminster Road, Taunton, on June 23.

Also pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen of breath when required to do so at Neville Road, Kingswood, Bristol, on August 11.

Sentenced to eight weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months.

Told to pay £115 to victim services, £85 to the CPS and disqualified from holding a driving licence for 46 months, to be reduced by 350 days if a course is completed by May 13, 2022.

Maxine Elizabeth Prescott, Glyn Vale, Knowle West, Bristol, aged 41.

Pleaded guilty to stealing Ariel washing gel containers worth £60.50 from Wilko on East Street, Bedminster, on May 13.

Told to pay compensation of £60.50.

Candice Endicott, William Jessop Way, Hartcliffe, Bristol, 29.

Pleaded guilty to driving while uninsured at Asda on Oatlands Avenue, Whitchurch, on June 3.

Fined £80, told to pay £30 to victim services and £85 to the CPS. Disqualified from holding a licence for six months.

Also pleaded guilty to two other offences from the same date and same location for which no further penalty was imposed.

Those offences were causing an accident and then failing to stop and driving a vehicle of a class which her licence did not allow her to drive.

Andrew James Peters, Lower Burlington Road, Portishead, Somerset, aged 55.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on Harbour Road, Bristol, on August 9.

Sentenced to eight weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months. Disqualified from holding a licence for 60 months, to be reduced by 457 days if a course is completed by March 29, 2023. Also told to pay £122 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

Joshua James Welsman, Lower House Crescent, Filton, Bristol, aged 27.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on Conygre Road, Filton, on July 28.

Fined £215, told to pay £32 to victim services and told to pay £85 to the CPS.

Disqualified from holding a licence for 12 months, to be reduced by 92 days if a course completed by March 28, 2020.

Also pleaded guilty to a number of other offences committed on the same day in the same location, but for which no separate penalty was imposed.

Those offences were driving without an appropriate licence, driving without insurance, failing to stop when asked to do so by a constable in uniform and driving a car lacking a test certificate.

Harvey Worthington, Church Road, Dundry, North Somerset, aged 19.

Pleaded guilty to stealing electric toothbrushes worth £356 from Morrisons Petrol Station, Peterson Avenue, Hartcliffe, on May 6.

Discharged conditionally for six months. Told to pay compensation of £356, as well as £20 to victim services and £100 to the CPS.

Grant Daly Harper, North Street, Bedminster, Bristol, aged 34.

Found guilty of using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour towards another with intent to cause that person to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against him by any person, or to provoke the immediate use of unlawful violence by him whereby that person was likely to believe that such violence would be used, or it was likely that such violence would be provoked.

Curfew imposed for four months with electronic monitoring instructing Harper to remain at home between 8pm and 8am daily until December 28.

Also found guilty of assaulting a police constable in Bedminster on the same date.

Ordered to pay compensation of £156, as well as £85 to victim services and £500 to the CPS.

Thomas Jack Hurst, Frenchfield Road, Peasedown St John, Bath, aged 28.

Pleaded guilty to driving without insurance on Bath Road on January 21.

Fined £207, told to pay £115 to victim services, as well as £85 to the CPS and driving record endorsed with six points.

Also pleaded guilty – having originally pleaded not guilty – to having a kitchen knife on Bath Road on January 21.

Sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for 12 months.

Andrew Beck, Twerton Farm Close, Twerton, Bath, aged 35.

Told to obey a domestic violence protection order for 14 days, having been served notice by a constable on August 27.

Beck must not molest a named woman or contact her directly or indirectly save through a particular person for the purposes of arranging child contact and in particular he must not evict or exclude the named woman from a certain property, nor enter that property save on one occasion in the company of police officers to collect belongings.

The order lasts until September 11.

Stuart Paul Bowering, Hawkfield Road, Hartcliffe, Bristol, aged 38.

Pleaded guilty to intentionally making off without paying for diesel worth £76.01 from Tesco Extra, Callington Road, Brislington, Bristol, on May 1.

Told to pay compensation of £76.01, as well as £85 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

Also pleaded guilty to intentionally failing to pay for diesel worth £74.10 from Winford Ford in Winford, Bristol, on December 5, 2018. Told to pay compensation of £74.10.

Ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work within 12 months.

Also admitted breach of a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on June 14 by failing to attend three appointments.

Ordered to pay costs of £60.

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Friday, August 30

Mitchell Ronald Jones, Pigott Avenue, Bishopsworth, Bristol, aged 29.

Told to abide by a domestic violence protection order, notice of which was served on him by a constable on August 29.

The order, which lasts until September 26, instructs Jones not to contact a named woman directly or indirectly. He is not to evict or exclude the named woman from a particular address, nor can he attend the road on which that property sits.

Lauren Jessica Purcell, C/O St John’s Road, Frome, aged 19.

Admitted breaching a community order made by Crawley Magistrates’ Court on January 16, 2019, by failing to attend five appointments.

The order was extended by six months, so it now runs until June 12, 2020. It was also made more onerous through the addition of a further two days of rehabilitation.

Daniel Robert Dukes, Meg Thatchers Gardens, St George, Bristol, aged 29.

Told to abide by a domestic violence protection order, notice of which was served on him by a constable on August 30, 2019.

The order, lasting until September 26, instructs Dukes not to contact a named woman directly or indirectly. He is also ordered not to evict or exclude the woman from a named property, nor can he enter that property or the road on which it sits.

Jamie Lee, Cock Hill, Kingswood, Bristol, aged 40.

Agreed to abide by a domestic violence protection order, noticed of which was served on him by a constable on August 29. The order, lasting until September 12, instructs him not to contact a named woman directly or indirectly, save via solicitors for the sole purpose of arranging child contact. Lee must not evict or exclude the named woman from a particular property, nor can he enter the road on which the property sits.

Junior Derek John McGuire, Avondale Road, Redfield, Bristol, aged 35.

Told to abide by a domestic violence protection order, notice of which was served on him by a constable on August 29. The order, lasting until September 26, instructs McGuire not to contact a named woman in any way save for child contact which should be made via a relevant third party. McGuire is prohibited from evicting or excluding the woman from a named property, nor can he enter that property or the road on which it sits.

Andras Nagy, Lydney Road, Southmead, Bristol, aged 40.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting another person using a meat cleaver thereby occasioning actual bodily harm.

Sentenced to 22 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months. Nagy must take part in the Building Better Relationships programme for 42 days within the supervision period of 18 months.

Told to pay £115 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

Also pleaded guilty to deliberately damaging another person’s mobile phone to the value of £250, but no separate penalty was imposed.

Rhiannon Marsh, Turnock Gardens, West Wick, North Somerset, aged 24.

Found guilty of assaulting another woman by beating her in Weston-super-Mare on November 24, 2018.

Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Told to pay £20 to victim services and £400 in costs to the CPS.

Gordon John Turner, no fixed abode, aged 45.

Pleaded guilty to deliberately or recklessly destroying a glass window panel belonging to Network Rail worth £400-£500 at Temple Meads Railway Station on August 28.

Told to pay compensation of £150.

Mohammed Ullah, no fixed abode, aged 42.

Found guilty of attempting to steal a pedal bike from a woman on Marlborough Street, Bristol, on March 8, 2019.

Also found guilty of stealing bank cards of unknown value from a man in Bristol between March 7 and March 8.

Found guilty of stealing a HMP PE card of a value unknown belonging to HM Prison Authorities between January 1 and March 8, 2019.

Sent to prison for a total of 12 weeks. Told to pay £115 to victim services.

Andrew William Ackerman, Stapleton Road, Bristol, aged 48.

Pleaded guilty to possession of 0.1 grams of Class A drug diamorphine in Fishponds on February 7.

Told to pay costs pf £40 to the CPS.

Tracey Bridget Hartrey, Barnstable Road, Knowle, Bristol, aged 56.

Pleaded guilty to stealing batteries and DIY tools worth £907 from Wilko in Bedminster, Bristol, on June 8.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing cosmetics worth £762.10 from Wilko in Bedminster, Bristol, on May 13.

Pleaded guilty to stealing deodorants and baby items worth £131.65 from Wilko in Bedminster, Bristol, on April 13.

Pleaded guilty to stealing Goose Creek candles worth £317 from Whitehall Garden Centre, Norton Lane, Bristol, on April 11.

The offences were committed while Hartrey was subject to a conditional discharge order for a period of 12 months imposed on April 4, 2019, at Bristol Magistrates’ Court for an offence of theft.

As regards the new offences, Hartrey was told to obey a community order, instructing her to have treatment for alcohol dependency for six months. She must also obey a curfew for four months, lasting until December 29, under which stay at home between 6pm and 6am daily. She must also follow rehabilitation activity as instructed up to a maximum of 10 days.

Told to pay compensation of £446 for stealing the cosmetics and £158 for the candles.

Sean Jamie Jeffery, Ilminster Avenue, Knowle West, Bristol, aged 37.

Pleaded guilty to stealing deodorants and baby items worth £131.65 from Wilko in Bedminster, Bristol, on April 13.

Told to abide by a community order, instructing him to stay at home from 6pm to 6am daily until November 21.

Ordered to pay compensation of £446.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing cosmetics worth £762.10 from Wilko in Bedminster, Bristol, on May 13.

Pleaded guilty to stealing Goose Creek candles worth £317 from Whitehall Garden Centre, Norton Lane, Bristol, on April 11.

Told to pay compensation of £158 for the candles.

Fathi Sharaei (also known as Fathi Sharaki), Cambridge Road, Bishopston, Bristol, aged 29.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman, causing her actual bodily harm, in Rose Green Close, Bristol, on 7 July. Previously pleaded not guilty.

Also pleaded guilty, having previously pleaded not guilty, to assaulting the same woman, causing her actual bodily harm, on July 6 at the same location.

Sent to prison for 46 weeks. Restraining order issued, instructing Sharaei not to contact a named woman except via social services to arrange contact with his child. It also instructs him not to go to the street the woman lives on. Order runs until August 30, 2022.

Told to pay compensation of £300 and told to pay £122 to victim services.

Michael Christos Kyriacou, Egerton Road, Bishopston, Bristol, aged 26.

Pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards another person in Sainsbury’s Local, Broadmead, Bristol, on January 15, with intent to cause those persons to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them by any person, or to provoke the immediate use of unlawful violence by them whereby those persons were likely to believe that such violence would be used, or it was likely that such violence would be provoked.

Also pleaded guilty to possession of a knuckle duster at Waterloo Place, St Philip’s, Bristol, on June 5, 2019.

Told to pay victim services £85 and told to pay costs of £85 to the CPS.

Also pleaded guilty to possession of 26.69 grams of Class B drug Spice at St Philip’s, Bristol, on June 5.

Community order made, instructing Kyriacou to obey a curfew for four months with electronic monitoring. He must not leave his house between 6pm and 6am daily until December 29. He must also take part in rehabilitation activity as instructed, up to a maximum of 10 days, by August 29, 2020.

Stephen Michael Turner (also known as Michael Geoffrey Turner), Longhills, Speedwell, Bristol, aged 38.

Pleaded guilty to assaulting another man in Montpelier Park, Montpelier, on August 17, 2018.

Sent to prison for 21 weeks and ordered to pay compensation of £500, £115 to victim services and £350 to the CPS.

Also pleaded guilty to possession of a quantity of Class B drug cannabis in Bristol on August 17. Previously pleaded not guilty. No separate penalty given.

Andrew John Fleming, no fixed abode, aged 50.

Told to abide by a domestic violence protection order, notice of which was served on him by a constable on August 29.

Instructed not to contact a named woman in any way, nor to evict or exclude her from a particular property, nor to enter a particular road. The order lasts until September 26.

Emma Clare Horlock, Mowcroft Road, Hartcliffe, aged 35.

Pleaded guilty to stealing a gold chain and ‘dolly’ pendant in Hartcliffe on January 18.

Community order made, instructing Horlock to remain at home between 7pm and 7am daily until September 26.

Told to pay compensation of £480, as well as £85 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

Jamie Mears, no fixed abode, aged 23.

Pleaded guilty to driving a car lacking a test certificate while disqualified and uninsured on Fishponds Road, Bristol, on July 19.

Also pleaded guilty to driving another car on Callington Road, Bristol, on March 15 while disqualified from holding a licence and uninsured.

Also pleaded guilty to having with him plastic piping and fuel cannisters for use in the course of, or in connection with, theft in Brislington, Bristol, on March 15.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing fuel worth £64.68 from Westway Garages on Bath Road, Marksbury, Bath, on December 27, 2018.

Told to pay compensation of £64.68.

Told to carry out 275 hours of unpaid work within 12 months.

Disqualified from holding a driving licence for 18 months.

Told to pay further amounts of compensation of £52.94, £717.77 and £107.21. Also told to pay £90 to victim services and £85 to the CPS.

 

Saturday, August 31

Bradley Michael Edmonds (also known as Bradley Stephen Edmonds), Ilchester Crescent, Bedminster Down, Bristol, aged 27.

Admitted breaching a community order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on July 23, 2018, by failing to attend four appointments.

Fined £120.

Lynne Marie Rayner, West Street, Portchester, Fareham, Hampshire, aged 37.

Pleaded guilty to drink-driving on the A32 at Fareham on March 16.

Fined £140, told to pay £30 to victim services and ordered to pay £85 to the CPS. Disqualified from holding a driving licence for 20 months, to be reduced by 153 days if course completed by September 28, 2020.

Desmond Thompson, no fixed abode, aged 45.

Pleaded guilty to failing to provide a non-intimate sample at Patchway Police Station for the purpose of ascertaining whether he had a Class A drug in his body.

Fined £80 and told to pay £32 to victim services.

Kelvin Paul Norris (also known as Kelvin Paul Miller), Longmead Terrace, Westmoreland, Bath, aged 38.

Pleaded guilty to stealing steak worth £139.51 from Marks and Spencer in Weston Lock Retail Park, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, on June 14.

Also pleaded guilty to assaulting a man by beating him at the same place on the same day.

Pleaded guilty to resisting or wilfully obstructing a constable in the execution of her duty at Lower Road, Bath, on the same day.

Pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to custody at Bath Magistrates’ Court on July 24, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings at Keynsham Police Station on June 14.

Pleaded guilty to failing to surrender at Bristol Magistrates’ Court on August 21, or as soon afterwards as reasonably practicable, having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on July 27 at Bristol.

Admitting breach of a community order made by Avon and Somerset Magistrates’ Court on June 29 by failing to make himself available for the installation of the electronic tagging equipment, twice on June 29 and once on July 4.

Pleaded guilty to attempting to steal four boxes of Ferrero Rocher and two bacon sandwiches worth £36 from Sainsbury’s Petrol Station, Pines Way, Westmoreland, Bath.

Pleaded guilty to stealing bacon, gammong, salmon and cheese worth £65 from Sainsbury’s Local, Moorland Road, Oldfield Park, Bath, on August 17.

Also pleaded guilty to stealing six rump steaks and Persil washing capsule worth £35.45 from Sainsbury’s on Monmouth Street, Bath, on August 8.

Sentenced to 16 weeks in prison and told to pay £115 to victim services.

Jeeteander Singh, Honeysuckle Close, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, aged 37.

Admitted breaching a domestic violence protection order made by Bristol Magistrates’ Court on August 12 by being present at a named address on August 31.

Sent to prison for 16 days.

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