Cases which have been dealt with in court by Plymouth Magistrates
THE following cases have been dealt with by Plymouth magistrates.
SHAUN ROACH, aged 29, of Foxtor Close, Plymouth: assaulting two females by beating them and criminal damage to a door – 12-month community order with 150 hours of unpaid work and Low Intensity Alcohol Programme, ordered to pay £900 compensation and £200 costs.
ASHLEY MARTIN, aged 22, of Watts Road, Tavistock: theft of cheques and fraud by false representation in the use of those cheques – 12-month community order with 100 hours of unpaid work, ordered to pay £620 compensation.
SHAUN MCTIGHE, aged 40, of George Place, Plymouth: theft of two boxes of chocolate and breach of a suspended prison sentence for theft – 12-week jail term.
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DEAN POPE, aged 35, of Talbot Gardens, Plymouth: theft of a car stereo and theft of sunglasses – jailed for 12 weeks.
JODIE TREMBLETT, aged 23, of Telford Crescent, Plymouth: three counts of theft of perfume, meat and coffee – 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months with Female Offender Specified Activity Requirement and ordered to pay £102 compensation.
CHRISTOPHER HURLEY, aged 28, of George Place, Plymouth: two counts of possession of Valium, possession of cannabis, theft of meat, attempted theft of a computer hard drive – jailed for 118 days.
RICHARD GOODHEAD, aged 26, of St Levan Road, Plymouth: drink-driving, driving without insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence – banned from driving for 36 months, fined £220, ordered to pay £85 costs and £22 victim surcharge.
DARYL MOORE, aged 24, of Wilkinson Road, Plymouth: threatening behaviour – 12-month community order with 50 hours of unpaid work, ordered to pay £150 costs.
DAVID STANBURY, aged 49, of Linketty Lane West, Plymouth: breach of a restraining order by contacting a woman's place of work, causing her harassment – fined £500, ordered to pay £300 costs and £15 victim surcharge.