The Bracknell Boots thief among the last residents on the wharf
OLIVER COPLAND, 25, of Oaklands Crescent, admitted possession of cannabis in Wokingham on March 29, 2021. Amended £ 200 and ordered to pay £ 134 in court costs.
JAYDEN CARRTER, 24, of South Lynn Crescent, Bracknell, convicted of traveling on a railway without paying a ticket to Reading on March 3, 2021. Fine of £ 440, ordered to pay £ 3 in compensation and owed pay £ 224 in court costs.
BRIAN SHARP, 42, of Arnett Avenue, Wokingham, convicted of traveling on a railroad without paying a ticket in Reading on February 24, 2021. Also convicted of giving a railway officer a false name and address when asked for failing to pay for his ticket. Fine £ 880, ordered to pay compensation of £ 2.90 and must pay £ 224 in court costs.
KARYSSA BELL, 30, of Mount Lane, Bracknell, admitted to driving under the influence of cannabis and cocaine on Winkfield Row in Winkfield and Bracknell Road in Winkfield on December 16, 2020. Driving ban for 12 months. Community order completed. Obligation to participate up to 25 days of rehabilitation activities. Must pay a victim surcharge of £ 95.
KIM MAYNARD, 47, of Bambury, Bracknell, admitted five counts of theft from BP Lightwater between October 28, 2020 and November 15, 2020. The stolen items include cookies, bottles of wine, steak and sausages worth £ 194. Sentenced to 18 weeks in prison due to the accused’s criminal history. Must pay a victim surcharge of £ 128.
SCOTT STILLER, 32, from Orbit Close, Finchampstead, admitted a store robbery and a store attempted robbery count, Boots in Bracknell, on August 18-19, 2020. The stolen items totaled £ 103.50. Enlisted in prison for six weeks suspended for 12 months, the accused being a “prolific offender”. Must pay compensation of £ 103.50 and legal costs of £ 400.
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