Latest court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 08:30 24 December 2017

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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.

Bobby Barhey: 24, of De Havilland Close, Hatfield.

Stove DVDs worth £292 from Sainsbury’s in Hemel Hempstead on December 8.

Stole candles worth £80 from Julian Charles in The Galleria, Hatfield, on November 3.

Stole two handbags worth £169 from TKMaxx at the Galleria on November 18.

Commission of a further offence while subject to a suspended sentence order.

Ordered to pay compensation of £249. Jailed for four weeks, suspended for 24 months.

Clinton Robson: 50, of Furzefield Road, WGC.

Possession of six wraps of cocaine and four packets of heroin weighing 0.28 grams in WGC on July 11.

Fined £220.

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

Kadeem Khan: 25, of Bridge Court, WGC.

Stole cash from a person in WGC between April 4 to May 10.

Restraining order made. Khan was ordered to pay compensation of £233.60 and £300 court costs.

Debbie Golzey: 52, of Hollies Way, Potters Bar.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection near Elstree and Borehamwood on August 7.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £20.50, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Anthony McDuffus: 48, of Bushey Ley, WGC.

The defendant was the person in whose name a vehicle was registered when it did not meet the insurance requirements.

Fined £30. Ordered to pay victim services £30.

Brian Boyle: 46, of Stockbreach Road, Hatfield.

Drove a Toyota Previa at 38mph in a 30mph zone in Moggerhanger on September 17 last year.

Fined £100.

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

Three penalty points issued.

Andrew Hudson: 23, of Goldings House, Hatfield.

Destroyed a mobile phone belonging to another in WGC on November 21.

Fined £400.

Ordered to pay victim services £40 and £85 court costs.

Kevin Coleman: 55, of Garden Avenue, Hatfield.

Drove a Mercedes at 61mph in Stevenage on June 14 when the limit was 40mph and while not wearing a seatbelt.

Fined £660.

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

Four penalty points issued.

Rose Davis: 42, of Foxes Lane, North Mymms.

Used a Ford Transit when there was no test certificate in place for that vehicle in Kings Langley on June 16.

Fined £40.

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

Muhammed Fahad: 24, of Hazel Grove, Hatfield.

Drove a Volkswagen Golf on the M25 at South Mimms on June 23 when there was no insurance for the use of the vehicle and without having a driving licence.

Fined £880.

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

Driving record endorsed with six penalty points.

Sally Fitzgerald: 59, of Kentish Lane, Brookmans Park.

Drove a Toyota Yaris in Potters Bar on June 19 at 44mph when the limit was 30mph.

Fined £70 and ordered to pay victim services £30.

Three penalty points issued.

Christopher Hall: 28, of Thundridge Close, WGC.

Without reasonable excuse, drove a Vauxhall Astra in Hatfield while carrying a child under the age of 14 who was not wearing a seatbelt.

Fined £220.

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

Andrew Power: 46, of Cotswolds, Hatfield.

Drove a Ford Mondeo in St Albans at 48mph when the limit was 40mph on June 17.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Three penalty points issued.

Lukasz Wisniewski: 37, of Walsingham Close, Hatfield.

Drove a Renault Clio in Hatfield without insurance and when there was no test certificate for the vehicle on June 14.

Fined £880. Ordered to pay victim services £66 and £85 costs.

Six penalty points issued.

David Woodcock: 20, of Maran Avenue, Welwyn.

Drove a Suzuki in Hatfield on June 20 while holding a provisional licence and without supervision or L plates. Woodcock did not have insurance either.

Fined £200.

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

Six penalty points issued.

John Coe: 76, of Tempest Avenue, Potters Bar.

Failed to give information relating to the driver of a Fiat Doblo who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Stevenage on July 3.

Fined £280.

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

Banned from driving for six months.

James Gracie: 18, of Thursfield Road, WGC.

Used an MG ZR on Canonsfield Road, Welwyn, when there was no insurance.

Being the holder of a provisional licence, Gracie was not displaying L plates and not accompanied by a qualified supervisor. Fined £320.

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

Banned from driving for 18 months. Disqualification due to repeat offending.

Driving record endorsed by eight penalty points.

Lucy Gravatt: 49, of Sherrards Park, WGC.

Drove a Volkswagen Polo in Letchworth while using a hand-held mobile phone on March 30.

Fined £335.

Ordered to pay victim services £33 and costs of £85.

Banned from driving for six months. Disqualification obligatory due to repeat offending.

Driving record endorsed with six penalty points.

Paul Tillett: 36, of Gascoyne Close, South Mimms.

Damaged a door in South Mimms on November 19 belonging to someone else.

Assaulted two police officers in the execution of their duty on November 19 in South Mimms.

Fined £200.

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

Zoltan Nagy: 50, of Days Mead, Hatfield.

Drove a green Jaguar while over the drink drive limit in Hatfield on November 17.

Nagy had 70 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

Fined £440.

Ordered to pay victim services £44 and £85 court costs. Banned from driving for 19 months.

Marek Patyna: 21, of Bishops Rise, Hatfield.

Used threatening or abusive words or behaviour in Stevenage on September 24.

Fined £240.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £200 court costs.

Dean Brown: 29, of Hornbean Springs, Knebworth.

Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence order made on May 3 by failing to attend an alcohol treatment requirement appointment on September 27 and failing to attend a probation appointment on October 23. Suspended sentence of eight weeks’ imprisonment suspended for 12 months has been extended to 13 months.

Fined £40.

Ordered to pay costs of £85.

Callum Swanston: 18, of Meadowcroft, Hatfield.

Wilfully obstructed a PC in the execution of his duty in Howlands, WGC, on April 15.

Three-month conditional discharge. Ordered to pay victim services £20.

Adetokunbo Oniyide: 24, of Welfield Road, Hatfield.

Failed to give information relating to a driver of a Vauxhall who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Northampton on March 15.

Fined £660.

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

Six penalty points issued.

Thomas Gibbons: 27, of Northdown Road, Hatfield.

Damaged a glass door panel belonging to Welwyn Hatfield Council in Hatfield on November 5.

Fined £75.

Ordered to pay compensation of £50, £30 to victim services and £85 court costs.

Justin Sycamore: 39, of Willow Way, Potters Bar.

Assaulted a male by beating him in St Albans on September 9.

Stole DVDs and alcohol worth £183 from Sainsbury’s on September 9.

Dishonestly received stolen goods, namely a debit and credit card, in Hatfield on August 22.

Fined £900.

Ordered to pay compensation of £100, £40 to victim services and £85 court costs.

Lee Shepherd: 40, of Campion Road, Hatfield Garden Village.

Approached someone and asked for money, which he was banned from doing by a criminal behaviour order, in Hatfield on November 24 and again on November 29.

Fined £40.

Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £40 court costs.

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