Berkshire man in court after leaving woman with ‘unwanted gifts’
JASON DRURY, 30, of Billing Avenue, Finchampstead, Wokingham, admitted to being harassed without violence, namley texting a woman, leaving her with unwanted gifts and making unwanted phone calls, between July 12, 2020 and on July 15, 2020. Also admitted causing criminal damage to property, namely car window worth £ 1,400, in Wokingham on July 15, 2020. Community order issued. Obligation to participate in a 30-day rehabilitation program. Sentenced to pay £ 460 in compensation and £ 395 in legal costs.
RUSSELL HAWKINS, 47, of Dartmouth Close, Bracknell, convicted of failing to hand over a railway ticket for inspection while in a designated ticket mandatory area in Reading on March 17, 2021. Fine of £ 220, ordered to pay compensation of £ 117.20 and ordered to pay £ 214 in legal costs.
JAMES MUNNERLEY, 18, of Broad Lane, Bracknell, convicted of traveling on a railway without paying a ticket to Reading on March 12, 2021. Fine of £ 440, fined £ 4 and summoned to pay £ 224 in court costs.
JAGDEEP THETHI, 40, of Nightingale Crescent, Bracknell, convicted of traveling on a railway without paying a ticket to Reading on March 12, 2021. Fine of £ 440, ordered to pay compensation of £ 7.50 and ordered to pay £ 224 in legal costs.
BEN WARMINGHAM, 33, of Quadrant Court, convicted of traveling on a railway without paying a ticket to Reading on March 16, 2021. Fined £ 440, ordered to pay £ 7 compensation and pay £ 224 in court costs.
STUART BAKER, 38, of Inverness Way, College Town, Sandhurst, admitted drinking and driving on Observer Way, Arborfield on June 4, 2021. Taken with 101 micrograms of alcohol in 100 ml of breath, limit being 35 mcg per 100 ml. Driving ban for 24 months. Community order completed. Obligation to perform 50 hours of unpaid work. Sentenced to pay £ 180 in court costs.
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