Court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 17:24 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:24 19 February 2018

St Albans Magistrates' Court

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Court results published by the Welwyn Hatfield Times are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates’ Courts and are published without prejudice.

Jake Barrington: 28, of Stonecross Road, Hatfield.

Stole meat worth £30 from Nisa Stores in WGC on May 1.

Ordered to pay £50 in compensation.

Graham Clarke: 54, of Hazel Grove, Hatfield.

Drove a black Ford Mondeo in Comet Way, Hatfield, while over the drink drive limit on January 26.

Clarke had 88 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

Fined £120.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Banned from driving for 15 months.

Daniel Smith: 27, of Nutfield, WGC.

Possession of Xanax, a controlled class C drug, in St Albans on October 25.

Possession of cannabis in St Albans on October 25.

Fined £250.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Amy Gray: 31, of High Street, Codicote.

Dishonestly made off without paying for fuel in South Mimms on August 18, intending to avoid the payment of £28.52.

Gray committed the same offence in Stevenage on August 14, avoiding a payment of £8.18, and again in Hitchin on August 31, avoiding a charge of £28.29.

On July 28, Gray failed to pay for fuel in Stevenage worth £4.99 and on July 21 in Stevenage she failed to pay for fuel worth £3.03.

Gray was ordered to pay compensation to cover the cost of the fuel in each case.

A community order was made.

She must take part in an activity as directed by a responsible officer for up to 25 days.

Gray was also ordered to pay court costs of £50.

Deborah Constantinou: 52, of Gorseway, Hatfield.

Drove a BMW in Barnet Road, Potters Bar, on August 20, at 40mph when the limit was 30mph.

Fined £138.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and costs of £85.

Three penalty points issued.

Gareth Cotton: 39, of Digswell Rise, WGC.

Drove a Volkswagen in Stevenage on August 16 at 56mph when the limit was 40mph.

Fined £80.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and costs of £85.

Four penalty points issued.

Ashley Giddings: 25, of Stockbreach Road, Hatfield.

Failed to give information relating to the driver of a Ford, who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Hertfordshire on September 26.

Fined £660.

Ordered to pay victim services £66 and costs of £85.

Six penalty points issued.

Nosakhare Obaro: 38, of Ashwood Road, Potters Bar.

Drove a BMW on the M25 Junction 24-23 at 74mph when the limit was 50mph on August 12.

Fined £440.

Ordered to pay victim services £44 and costs of £85.

Six penalty points issued.

Gareth Strydom: 29, of Millwards, Hatfield.

Drove a Hyundai in Howicks Green, WGC, at 50mph when the limit was 30mph on August 17.

Fined £212.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and costs of £85.

Six penalty points issued.

Bradley Hughes: 21, of Essendon Gardens, WGC.

Went to an address in Hatfield which he was banned from visiting by a restraining order on February 1.

Fined £100.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Michael Adurson: 22, of Richards Street, Hatfield.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection in Hatfield on July 30.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £2.80, £30 to victim services and costs of £125.

Ross Cowley: 31, of Howlands, WGC.

Travelled on a train without having previously paid his fare and with intent to avoid payment in WGC on July 11.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £1.50, £30 to victim services and costs of £125.

Hayley Jenkins: 27, of Aldykes, Hatfield.

Got on a train without having a valid ticket in or near Knebworth on June 7.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £3.80.

Neil Kewn: 31, of Stockbreach Road, Hatfield.

Got on a train without having a valid ticket in Hatfield on August 5. Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £8.50, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Marina Langdon: 20, of Aviation Avenue, Hatfield.

Remained in a reserved seat on a train while not being the holder of a valid ticket entitling her to be in that seat on August 2 near or in Potters Bar.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £9.25, £30 to victim services and costs of £125.

Samantha Smith: 20, of Aviation Avenue, Hatfield.

Remained in a reserved seat on a train while not being the holder of a valid ticket entitling her to be in that seat on August 2 near or in Potters Bar.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £5.90, £30 to victim services and costs of £125.

Faisal Amini: 23, of Parkhouse Court, Hatfield.

Failed to hand over a ticket for inspection in Knebworth on August 29.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £6.30, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Failed to hand over a ticket for inspection in Hatfield on August 4.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £9.80.

Daniel Armstrong: 29, of Salisbury Gardens, WGC.

Travelled on a train without having previously paid his fare in Hatfield on August 2.

Fined £440.

Ordered to pay compensation of £7.70, £44 to victim services and costs of £125.

Daniel Awulo: 23, of Cunningham Avenue, Hatfield.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection in Hitchin on August 28.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £15.20, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Nathan Baker: 28, of Deerswood Avenue, Hatfield.

Without having previously paid his fare, travelled on a train in Hitchin on August 15.

Fined £440.

Ordered to pay compensation of £4.40, £44 to victim services and costs of £125.

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