The latest list of Berkshire residents who appeared in court
Joao Da Silva Teixeira, 46, of Queens Ride, Crowthorne, admitted speeding on a road at 30mph, namely Barkham Road, Wokingham on November 11, 2020. Recorded at 36mph. Given three points on the driver’s license. Fined £37 and ordered to pay £349 court costs.
CLIFFORD CLARK, 20, of Carters Hill Park, Binfield, has admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to report for unpaid work twice in September 2021. Fined £100 and pay £160 court costs.
AMIT MATHARU, 31, of Chalvey Road East, Slough, found guilty of failing to take part in a blood test at Maidenhead Police Station on April 28, 2021. Banned from driving for 16 months. Fined £250 and ordered to pay £809 in court costs.
MICHAEL WILLIAMS, 36, of Sandpipers Place, Cookham, Maidenhead, has admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to attend office appointments twice in September and November 2021. Must pay a fee of £60.
SOPHIE LANGFORD, 33, of Scholars Walk, Langley, Slough, admitted failing to comply with community demands by failing to report for unpaid work three times in November 2021. Forced to pay fee court fee of £60.
KEIRON MURPHY, 38, of Corwen Road, Reading, found guilty of failing to comply with community demands by failing to show up for an appointment in January 2020, and admitted failing to turn up at Reading Magistrates‘ Court on August 24, 2020. Fine £50 and ordered to pay £109 in court costs.
ALIX HADDOCK, 29, of Sherman Road, Reading, admitted to having intended to destroy property, namely numerous items worth between £1,500 and £2,000, belonging to the Best Western, Rose and Crown Hotel in Tonbridge, Kent on December 20, 2021. Released on parole for 18 months. Must pay £750 compensation and £107 court costs.
TIMOTHY SCARLETT, 60, of Church Street, Hungerford, admitted breaching a non-molestation order by knocking on the front door of a house in Hungerford on October 18, 2021. Fined £200 and pay £119 in court costs. Restraining order issued prohibiting all contact with the victim.
CHARLIE BAKER, 22, of Shepherds Lane, Bracknell, admitted to actual bodily harm, battery, possession of cannabis and possession of ketamine in Bracknell on December 27, 2020. Sentenced to six weeks suspended prison sentence for 18 months because of the seriousness of the offense and because the offense was committed in the presence of a child and serious injuries were caused. Obligation to perform 100 hours of unpaid work. Must pay compensation of £600, costs of £913 and a fine of £40.
CHARLOTTE GREAVES, 38, of Collins Drive, Earley, admitted failing to take part in a blood test when required in Bracknell on August 28, 2021. Sentenced to 16 weeks jail suspended for 12 months. Must pay £233 court costs.
SOPHIA SPARKES, 44, of Conifer Crest, Newbury, found guilty of non-violent harassment in Aylesbury and Newbury on April 26, 2020. Community order made. Obligation to participate in a maximum of 16 days of rehabilitation activities. Restraining order issued prohibiting any contact with the victim. Must pay £595 court costs.
IAN EBDON, 51, of Brunswick Street, Reading, has admitted to stealing lead sheets worth £2,400 belonging to Wilson Primary School. Sentenced to 20 weeks in prison, suspended for 24 months. Obligation to perform 100 hours of unpaid work. Ordered to pay £828 in court costs.
JOHN CHARLTON, 55, of Zinzan Street, Reading, admitted to being beaten in Reading on March 24, 2018. Community order made. Obligation to participate in a maximum of ten days of rehabilitation activities. Must pay a victim surcharge of £85.
LAUREN DAVIES, 32, of Waylen Street, Reading, admitted to being assaulted at Reading Station on May 3, 2021. Conditional release for 12 months. Must pay court costs of £107.
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