Last residents of Bracknell, Wokingham and Ascot on the quayside
THOMAS STEPHENS, 27, of Holbeck Bracknell, admitted one count of assault and theft at a store in Maidenhead on January 14, 2020. He was fined £ 308 and paid compensation of 59 £. He was also ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 34 and pay court costs of £ 600.
WILLIAM JAMES, 34, of Old Wokingham Road, Crowthorne, admitted two counts of possession of cannabis, a Class B drug, in Wokingham on April 21, 2021. He was fined £ 200 and a victim fine surcharge from £ 34.
NATHAN MATHESON, 34, of Batcome Mead, Bracknell, admitted two counts of possession of cannabis, a Class B drug, in Bracknell on April 21, 2021. He was fined £ 100 and a victim fine surcharge of £ 34.
ROBERT STEPHENS, 31, of Holbeck, Bracknell, convicted of common assault, assault and theft at a store in Maidenhead on January 14, 2021. Sentenced to a fine of £ 550 and compensation of 150 £. Also ordered to pay a £ 34 victim fine surcharge of £ 34 and court costs of £ 775.
REGAN SENIOR, 21, of Milton Road, Wokingham, convicted of traveling on a railway without paying a ticket to Reading on November 10, 2020. He was fined £ 440 and awarded compensation of £ 6.80. He was also ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 44 and pay costs of £ 180.
CARL WHITMAN, 40, of Finchwood Park, Finchampstead, admitted he did not comply with a court order in August and September 2020. His conditional sentence of eight weeks in prison was extended from 12 months to 18 months. Must also pay £ 75 in court costs.
SIMON DWYER, 32, of Townsend Close, Bracknell, admitted to owning an offensive weapon in a public place, namely a crowbar, and using threatening behavior that could cause harassment or distress on Mendip Road, Bracknell , January 8, 2021. He was ordered to perform 200 hours of unpaid work, pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 95 and pay court costs of £ 85.
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