Latest cases from Preston's courts - Thursday, December 27, 2018
Here are the latest cases from Preston's courts.
Alcohol was worth £50
Claire Snailham, 33, of The Martindales, Clayton Brook, Chorley was given a rehabilitation activity requirement after admitting three charges of stealing alcohol and chicken.
She had six other offences taken into consideration by Preston Magistrates’ Court.
She was ordered to pay £50 compensation to Asda in Clayton-le-Woods.
Man who smashed window
A man has admitted assaulting a woman and causing damage to a kitchen window and baby gate.
Andrew John Holden, 38, of Arley Street, Chorley, appeared before Preston Magistrates’ Court.
He was given a rehabilitation requirement.
The bench also ordered him to pay a £120 fine, £140 compensation, an £85 surcharge and £85 towards costs.
Woman’s car damage
Graeme David Cuerden, 46, of Tansley Avenue, Coppull, Chorley, admits causing £1,000 damage a woman’s car and was ordered to pay a £120 fine, a £30 victim surcharge and £85 towards his prosecution costs by the bench at Preston Magistrates’ Court.
Man resists an officer
Peter Kelly, 50, of Princess Street, Bamber Bridge, Preston, admits damaging a window and resisting a PC after an incident in Lostock Hall on October 1 and must pay a £120 fine, a £30 surcharge and £85 costs.
Stephen Naylor, 32, of Squires Wood, Fulwood, Preston, was discharged for six months after admitting using threatening or abusive words or behaviour, and must pay a £20 surcharge and £85 costs, following a disturbance on July 15 in Preston.
Drug driver is banned
William Dunn, 35, of Marlborough Road, Heysham, near Lancaster, was banned from driving for a year after admitting drug driving and must pay a £150 fine, £30 surcharge and £85 costs by magistrates.
30 weeks jail for thief
Wayne Nicholson, 41, of no fixed abode, has been jailed for 30 weeks after magistrates heard he had committed thefts in Lancaster shops during a suspended jail term.
Wash tablet shoplifting
Karen Gillert, 58, of Sandylands Promenade, Heysham, admits two thefts from shops and must pay a £160 fine, £30 surcharge and £85 costs, magistrates ruled.