The latest court results from the St Albans area

PUBLISHED: 17:56 06 July 2015

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Lara Rogers: 40, of Sopwell Lane, St Albans, was banned from driving for 12 months, and fined £310 plus £81 costs after giving a breath specimen of 64mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath, at the junction of Victoria Street and St Peter’s Street, St Albans, on April 12.

Alan Wadey: 36, of Cotton Mill Lane, St Albans, was banned from driving for 36 months, and placed under a curfew for 12 weeks until 9pm-5am daily, after giving a breath specimen of 93mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath, in Watford Road, St Albans, on March 14, and for giving a breath specimen of 62mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath in Watford Road, St Albans on March 13. He was also fined £145 for possession of a wrap of cocaine in St Albans on March 14, and two wraps of cocaine in St Albans on March 13.

Helen Merrin: 55, of Brownfield Way, Wheathampstead, was banned from driving for 19 months and fined £400 plus £275 costs after giving a breath specimen of 72mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath, on the B651 Ballslough Hill at St Albans on April 22.

Sara Higginbotham: 47, of Crown Street, Redbourn, was banned from driving for 19 months and fined £835 plus £319 costs after giving a breath speciment of 78mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath, in Harpenden High Street on May 13.

Jamie Harris: 20, of Noke Shot, Harpenden, was banned from driving for 17 months and fined £110 plus £255 costs after giving a breath specimen of 65mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath, in the car park at Batchwood Hall on May 3.

Kelly Owen: 37, of The Paddocks, Colney Heath, was fined £73 and ordered to pay £105 compensation and £255 costs after stealing a bouncy castle and children’s patio furniture worth £105 belonging to Asda in Hatfield on April 15.

Timothy Eamer: 34, of Mitchell Close, St Albans, was made subject to a 12 week curfew from 9pm-6.30am daily, and ordered to pay £500 compensation and £145 costs after stealing various items worth £1,000 from Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre in St Albans on March 28.

John Gilmartin: 59, of Upper Lattimore Road, St Albans, was fined £35 plus £205 costs for stealing four cans of beer worth £4.49 from Tesco at St Albans on May 20.

Simeon Dacre: 35, of Langley Grove, Sandridge, was placed under a curfew from 8pm-5am daily for four weeks, have treatment for drug dependency for six months, and ordered to pay £218.99 compensation after stealing five men’s fragrances worth £218.99 from Boots in St Peter’s Street, St Albans, on March 13. He was ordered to pay a further £325 for being in possession of a wrap of heroin and a wrap of crack at Hatfield on April 5. He was also convicted of stealing a Slendertone Flexman worth £88.99 from Boots at Hatfield on May 12, attempting to steal a Remington men’s grooming kit worth £69.99 from Boots at Hatfield on the same date, and stealing three mobile phones and DVDs worth £226 from Asda at Hemel Hempstead on April 30 - no compensation was ordered because all items were recovered.

Karl Foskett: 28, of Bond Court, Harpenden, was made subject to a restraining order lasting until May 6 2016, and fined £105 plus £450 compensation and £255 costs after damaging a wardrobe door and two mobile phones at Harpenden on April 23.

Daniel Law: 19, of Benbow Close, St Albans, was ordered to pay £500 compensation and £140 costs and after damaging a rear passenger window of a taxi and assaulting a man by beating, at St Albans on February 28.

Marli Pumford: 18, of Benbow Close, St Albans, was ordered to pay £100 compensation and £140 costs for assaulting a man by beating at St Albans on February 28.

Michael Murray: 18, of Buttermere Close, St Albans, was fined £40 plus £105 costs for assaulting a man by beating at St Albans on February 28.

Nicolas Wilkins: 49, of Cotlandswick, London Colney, was fined £35 plus £230 costs after being found in possession of a wrap of cannabis in London Colney on April 17. He was also banned from driving for 17 months and fined £110 after refusing to provide a blood specimen at Stevenage on the same date, and a further £75 for using racially aggravated threatening or abusive words or behaviour.

Christopher James: 48, of Halton Close, Park Street, was banned from driving for 14 days, and fined £435 plus £128 costs for speeding at 54mph along the 30mph Watford Road at Watford on October 5.

Asim Khawaja: 40, of Beech Road, St Albans, was fined £150 plus £105 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 38mph along the 30mph A412 Rickmansworth Road at Watford on October 18.

Matthew Wrathall: 41, of Normandy Road, St Albans, was fined £33 plus £60 costs and ordered to pay £47.50 vehicle excise back duty for keeping an unlicensed vehicle at Gregory Street, Sudbury, on September 29 2009.

Katey Skeggs: 22, of Roestock Lane, Colney Heath, was fined £160 plus £105 costs and awarded six penalty points for speeding in excess of 30mph along the B6426 Cavendish Way, Hatfield, on December 9.

Ian Allen: 39, of Russet Drive, St Albans, was fined £145 plus £105 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 39mph along 30mph Drakes Drive, St Albans, on October 29.

Bobby Smith: 44, of Lower Luton Road, Wheathampstead, was fined £200 plus £130 costs for driving without insurance at Bradford on December 2.

Lucy Preece: 25, of Southview Road, Harpenden, was fined £200 plus £105 costs and awarded three penalty points for speeding at 77mph along the 60mph M25 between J24-23 on December 9.

Henry Salvadori: 26, of Cedar Court, St Albans, was banned from driving for six months due to repeat offending, and fined £975 plus £717 costs for driving without due care and attention on the A1(M) between J10-9 at Letchworth, overtaking an unmarked police car by using the hard shoulder and travelling at excess speed, and was fined a further £975 for driving without insurance, both on August 12 2014.

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