Who’s been in the dock?

PUBLISHED: 13:00 15 December 2010

Archant

The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse from November 18 to December 6:

- Lee Taylor (34), of Mendip Avenue, Portishead. Criminal damage: Sent to prison for seven days. Breach of suspended sentence: Sent to prison for five weeks (consecutive).

- Thomas Ireland (25), of Leigh View Road, Portishead. Drink-driving: Two-year community order, ordered to carry out 200 hours’ unpaid community work, £85 costs and banned from driving for 28 months.

- Nicholas Gough (49), of Castle View Road, Clevedon. Two counts of harassment: Sent to prison for four weeks. Breach of suspended sentence: Sent to prison for 15 weeks (consecutive).

- Martin Clarke (37), of Marson Road, Clevedon. Harassment: Sent to prison for six weeks. Breach of suspended sentence: Sent to prison for 12 weeks (consecutive).

- Mary Vauden (53), of Stonebridge, Clevedon. Assault: One day’s detention, fined £50 and ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge.

- Alan Palmer (40), of Woodview Drive, Cleeve. Threatening behaviour: Fined £35 plus £50 costs and £15 victim surcharge. Criminal damage: Fined £75 plus £25 compensation, £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

- Christopher Thackray (21), of Brendon Road, Portishead. Harassment: One-year community order, ordered to pay £85 costs. Threatening behaviour: No separate penalty.

- Andrew Britton (48), of Brampton Way, Portishead. Assault: 12 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, ordered to pay £50 compensation plus £85 costs.

- Nicholas Crow (25), of Teignmouth Road, Clevedon. Two counts of criminal damage: Fined £65 and ordered to pay £100 compensation, £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

- Stephen Walters (37), of The Paddock, Portishead. Drink-driving: Fined £300 plus £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge, banned from driving for three years.


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the North Somerset Times. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the North Somerset Times