The latest court results for the St Albans area

PUBLISHED: 11:55 20 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:07 20 July 2018

St Albans Magistrates' Court.

St Albans Magistrates' Court.

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Court results published by the Herts Advertiser are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates Court and are published without prejudice.

Jack Cox: 32, of Windmill Avenue, St Albans, was ordered to have treatment for alcohol dependency for six months, participate in 30 days of a Building Better Relationships programme, and pay £100 plus £85 costs and £85 towards victim services after assaulting a woman by beating between March 31 and May 1 in St Albans and destroying a mobile phone between April 30 and May 1, also in St Albans.

Jacqueline McCauley: 60, of Swallow Lane, St Albans, was fined £40 plus £50 compensation, £85 costs and £30 towards victim services after assaulting a woman by beating in St Albans on June 6.

Craig Roseman: 41, of Worley Road, St Albans, was banned from driving for six months due to repeat offending, and fined £660 plus £85 costs and £66 towards victim services after failing to identify the motorist using his Volkswagen Golf when it was involved in an offence, as required by Herts Police on October 21.

David Gordon: 31, of Eskdale, London Colney, was fined £660 plus £85 costs and £66 towards victim services, and was awarded six penalty points after failing to identify the motorist using his Volkswagen Caddy when it was involved in an offence of speeding at 37mph along the 30mph A1000 Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City, on January 30, as required by Herts Police on April 9.

Anthony McGrath: 45, of Clarence Road, St Albans, was fined £220 plus £85 costs and £30 towards victim services, and was awarded three penalty points after speeding at 75mph in a Maserati Ghibli along the M25 between J4-23 when a 60mph temporary speed limit was in force, on December 13.

Savanna Dunk: 29, of Artisan Crescent, St Albans, was fined £660 plus £650 costs and £66 towards victim services, and was awarded eight penalty points for driving a Ford Mondeo without insurance in Shenley Lane, St Albans, on February 15.

Sarah Thrale: 36, of The Putterills, Harpenden, was fined £120 plus £85 costs and £30 towards victim services, and was awarded six penalty points for driving a Vauxhall Corsa without insurance in Bowers Way, Harpenden, on December 5.

Delroy Hughes: 38, of Church Street, St Albans, was fined £120 plus £85 costs and £30 towards victim services after being found in possession of four wraps of cocaine in St Albans on February 3.

Simon Speer: 35, of Langley Grove, Sandridge, was committed to prison for 12 weeks suspended for 24 months, and ordered to pay £54 compensation and £85 costs after interfering with two motor vehicles with the intent of stealing them, both in St Albans on June 21, stealing a lighter on the same date, and handling and using a stolen Barclaycard in St Albans on June 20.

Eugeniusz Maciejczyk: 33, of no fixed abode in St Albans, was committed to prison for six months and ordered to pay £115 towards victim services after being found in possession of a black handled kitchen knife in St Peter’s Street, St Albans, on June 20.

Laura Berrill: 47, of Deva Close, St Albans, was banned from driving for 18 months and fined £230 plus £85 costs and £30 towards victim services after driving a Crysler Grand Voyager in Vesta Avenue, St Albans, on June 7, having consumed so much alcohol that the proportion in her breath was 62mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.

John Johnson: 62, of Hemel Hempstead Road, Redbourn, was banned from driving for 38 months and fined £200 plus £85 costs and £30 towards victim services after driving a Citroen Relay van along Armley Road, Leeds, on May 25, having consumed so much alcohol that the proportion in his breath was 45mcg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.

Ali Hussain: 47, of Glenlyn Avenue, St Albans, was fined £290 plus £85 costs and £90.84 towards victim services after keeping an unlicensed BMW 318I on a public road, namely the A111 Stag Hill at Barnet, on July 11 2017.


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