Court Watch, March 7, 2013

All the latest court results

Motoring offences

Carina Martin, 26, of Charrington Place, St Albans, was fined £35 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 39mph along the 30mph A1000 Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City, on July 29.

Lee Baker, 21, of Phillimore Place, Radlett, was fined £265 plus £100 costs and banned from driving for 56 days after speeding along the A41 North Western Avenue, Watford, on September 1.

Mohamed Barka, 35, of Abbots Avenue West, St Albans, was fined £850 plus £100 costs and awarded eight penalty points for driving without insurance in Campfield Road, St Albans, on September 1.


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Latifur Choudhury, 55, of College Road, St Albans, was fined £60 plus £100 costs and awarded six penalty points for speeding at 61mph along the 40mph A41 North Western Avenue at Watford on September 1.

Anthony Kett, 34, of Hunt Close, St Albans, was fined £150 plus £105 costs and awarded four penalty points for driving without due care and attention along Sandpit Lane, St Albans, at its junction with Barnfield Road on October 22. He failed to observe an oncoming vehicle while attempting to make a right turn, causing the vehicle to collide with the side of his car and a stationary van, causing the other driver slight injuries.

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Satinder Sembi, 35, of Hitherfield Lane, Harpenden, was fined £350 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 37mph along the 30mph A111 Southgate Road at Potters Bar on July 22.

Matthew Miller, 36, of Langley Grove, Sandridge, was fined £135 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 48mph along the 40mph A4147 Hemel Hempstead Road, Leverstock Green, on July 20.

Dylan Bygrave, 41, of Shenley Lane, London Colney, was fined £230 plus £100 costs and awarded eight penalty points for driving without insurance along Valley Road, St Albans, on August 10. He was fined a further £75 for driving without a licence on the same date.

Daniel Ross, 41, of Shenley Hill, Radlett, was fined £200 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 36mph along the 30mph A411 London Road at Bushey on July 19.

Jonathan Blain, 31, of Beningfield Drive, London Colney, was fined £200 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 36mph along the 30mph A411 London Road at Bushey on July 23.

Sarah Fisher, 27, of The Ridgeway, St Albans, was fined £100 plus £105 costs and awarded six penalty points for driving without due care and attention along Beechwood Avenue, St Albans, on October 2. She failed to observe a pedestrian halfway across a pedestrian crossing, colliding with them and throwing them into the air, causing a broken left fibia and broken left shoulder.

Christopher Murphy, 45, of Campfield Road, St Albans, was fined £200 plus £100 costs for not wearing a seat belt while driving along Bishops Rise, Hatfield, on August 10.

Natalie Stone, 30, of Milford Hill, Harpenden, was fined £60 plus £100 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 36mph along the 30mph A111 Southgate Road at Potters Bar on July 21.

She was fined a further £60 and awarded another six points for speeding at 46mph along the 40mph B487 Redbourn Lane, Harpenden, on December 14.

Ismael Rumjen, 30, of Napsbury Lane, St Albans, was fined £600 plus £100 costs and awarded six penalty points for failing to reveal the identity of the person driving his car when it was involved in an offence, between July 26 and August 22.

Astin Southwell, 19, of Tennyson Road, Chiswell Green, was fined £90 for failing to provide her name and address at the scene of an accident at the roundabout of Hatfield Road and Ashley Road, St Albans, on October 9, or subsequently reporting it at a police station within 24 hours. She was fined a further £180 plus £105 costs and awarded five penalty points for driving without due care and attention at the same place and date.

Rail fare evasion

Kevin Travis, 36, of Cockle Way, Radlett, was fined £335 plus £153 costs and £3.10 compensation for travelling beyond the distance paid for on a rail journey, at Radlett Station on November 8.

TV licence evasion

Sarah Flanagan, 34, of High Street, London Colney, was fined £200 plus £105 costs for using a colour television without a licence at the above address on August 14.

Lorna Noyce, 24, of Hillside Road, St Albans, was fined £400 plus £105 costs for using a colour television without a licence at the above address on August 14.

Joanne Sandvoss, 41, of Hewitt Close, Wheathampstead, was fined £200 plus £105 costs for using a colour television without a licence at the above address on August 28.

Samantha Whelan, 21, of Abbots Avenue West, St Albans, was fined £200 plus £105 costs for using a colour television without a licence at the above address on August 28.

Public order offences

Ian Reay, 45, of Francis Avenue, St Albans, was fined £250 plus £415 costs for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause a person to believe immediate unlawful violence would be used against them, on May 31, and was fined £110 and banned from driving for six months for causing an accident whereby personal injury was caused to another person, in Ermine Close, St Albans on May 31, and failing to stop.

Benefits

Shirley Ansell, 53, of Marshall Avenue, St Albans, was fined £210 plus £165 costs for failing to notify the Department of Work and Pensions of a change of circumstances which she knew would affect her entitlement to incapacity benefits, namely that she was no longer incapable of working, between April 1, 2010 and May 6, 2011.

Theft

Mohammed Boukabout, 28, of Hall Place Close, St Albans, was ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid community work, pay £65 compensation and £360 costs for stealing an Arnova tablet PC worth £129.99 from HMV in St Albans on September 29 with Tamert Hamderne.

Tamert Hamderne, 25, was jailed for four weeks after stealing an Arnova tablet PC worth £129.99 from HMV in St Albans on September 29 with Mohammed Boukabout. He received concurrent sentences for possession of foil lined bags designed to be used in connection with thefts at St Albans on September 29 and October 13.

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