Court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 09:00 22 October 2017

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.

Danny Clayton: 34, of Pollards Close, WGC.

Pursued a course of conduct that amounted to the harassment of a female in that he left a voicemail, made numerous calls to her mobile and sent numerous WhatsApp messages.

Committed to prison for eight weeks, suspended for 12 months.

Restraining order made.

Ordered to pay victim services £115 and £85 court costs.

Nathan Baker: 28, of Deerswood Avenue, Hatfield.

Assault in Stevenage on October 2.

Stole a Ralph Lauren jacket worth £100 from TK Maxx on October 2.

Jailed for 10 weeks due to persistent and prolific offending and breaches of conditional discharge.

Ordered to pay victim services £115.

Needles to be forfeited.

Bennet Agyapong: 47, of St Albans Road East, Hatfield.

Drove a BMW at 73mph in Stevenage on April 23 when the limit was 40mph.

Fined £415.

Ordered to pay victim services £41 and costs of £85.

Six penalty points issued.

Anthony Dickens: 57, of The Gardens, Brookmans Park.

Drove a Mercedes in Potters Bar at 41mph when the limit was 30mph on April 9.

Fined £100.

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

Four penalty points issued.

Madeleine Herbert: 19, of Moorend, WGC.

Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend two appointments.

Fined £40 and ordered to pay £85 costs.

Kayley Turner: 34, of Chelwood Avenue, Hatfield.

Destruction order made for Zeus the pit bull terrier type dog unless an appeal is lodged within 21 days.

Order made in accordance with the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.

Ordered to pay costs of £272.50.

Teresa Chalkley: 71, of Cannons Meadow, Tewin.

Drove a Honda CRV in Hunters Bridge car park, WGC, without due care and attention.

An accident occurred and damage was caused to a Volkswagen Polo on July 3.

Failed to contact a police station within 24 hours to report the accident.

Fined £200.

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

Seven penalty points issued.

Michael Butler: 27, of Great Heath, Hatfield.

Drove a white Ford Fiesta in Great North Road, Hatfield, without insurance on August 20.

Without the consent of the owner, unlawfully took the Fiesta and damage was caused to a car park barrier.

Community order made.

Butler must carry out 120 hours of unpaid work.

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

Banned from driving for 12 months.

Michael Hammond: 29, of Blackhorse Lane, South Mimms.

Drove a white Ford Transit in Bluebird Road, Brookmans Park, while over the drink drive limit on June 14.

Hammond had 166 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.

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

Banned from driving for 36 months.

Constantin Sosa: 23, of Deerswood Avenue, Hatfield.

Rode a red Honda motorcycle while over the drink drive limit in Hatfield on August 15.

He had 170 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.

Rode the motorcycle without insurance.

Fined £660.

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

Banned from driving for 17 months.

Silvia Philips: 39, of Fordwich Roas, WGC.

Travelled on a train without a valid ticket in WGC on April 18.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £11.20, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Piotr Polawski: 22, of The Pastures, Hatfield.

Travelled on a train in Hatfield on April 23 without a valid ticket.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £6.30.

Polawski must also pay £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Archie Squires: 26, of Bishops Rise, Hatfield.

Travelled on a train in Hatfield on April 7 and failed to hand over a ticket for inspection.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay compensation of £2.70, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Paul Stevens: 37, of Cecil Road, Hatfield.

Travelled on a train in Watton at Stone on May 9 and failed to have over a ticket for inspection.

Fined £220.

Ordered to pay compensation of £2.70, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Max Stamper: 23, of Moorlands, WGC.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection in Welwyn North on April 5.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay compensation of £11.20, £30 to victim services and £125 court costs.

Adam Piela: 35, of Oaklands Avenue, Brookmans Park.

Two assaults by beating in WGC on October 7.

Possession of a small amount of cannabis in WGC on October 8.

Stole a purse and its contents from a female in WGC on October 7.

Jailed for four months.

Ordered to pay victim services £115.

Cannabis to be forfeited.

Joshua Allen: 34, of Hawkshead Road, Potters Bar.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection at Hatfield on April 26.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay £11.20 compensation, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Lewis Edes: 20, of The Runway, Hatfield.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection on May 5 in Hatfield.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay £2.70 compensation, £22 to victim services and £125 costs.

Matthew Varwood: 46, of Lemsford Road, Hatfield.

Failed to hand over a train ticket for inspection in Ashwell and Morden on May 8.

Fined £220. Ordered to pay compensation of £5.80, £30 to victim services and £125 costs.

Jamie Behagg: 26, of Rowans, WGC.

Damaged a fence and a Vauxhall Astra in WGC on July 9.

Commission of a further offence during the operational period of a suspended sentence.

Jailed for 15 weeks.

Ordered to pay compensation of £150 and pay victim services £115, plus £600 compensation.

James Bursnell: 30, of Heathfield Close, Potters Bar.

Drove a white Citroen Dispatch van while over the drink drive limit on October 4 in Heathfield Close, Potters Bar.

He had 48 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

The defendant also had no insurance, no licence and there was no test certificate in place for the vehicle.

Fined £240. Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Banned from driving for 14 months.

Alison James: 48, of St Michaels View, Hatfield.

Possession of one small wrap of cocaine in Hatfield on September 19.

Fined £150. Ordered to pay victim services £30 and £85 court costs.

Drugs to be forfeited.

Ryan Marshall: 19, of Heronswood Road, WGC.

Possession of a white metal knife in a public place in WGC on September 21.

Community order made for 60 hours’ unpaid work.

He must also pay victim services £85 and £85 court costs.

Joshua Muchato: 55, of Bishops Rise, Hatfield.

Assault on a female in Hatfield on June 17.

Community order made. Muchato must take part in a Building Better Relationships programme.

He must also take part in up to 50 days’ activity as directed by a responsible officer.

Ordered to pay victim services £85 and £620 court costs.

Matthew Joseph: 34, of Fillinghamway Way, Hatfield.

Drove an Audi through a red light in Stevenage on January 15.

Fined £40.

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

Three penalty points issued.

George Wilson: 19, of Newgate Street Road, Goffs Oak.

Possession of a single zip-lock bag of cocaine and two single bags and a larger cling film wrap of cannabis in Potters Bar on September 20.

Used a silver Vauxhall Corsa in Mutton Lane without insurance or a licence on the same date.

Fined £585.

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

Wilson was also banned from holding or obtaining a driving licence for three months.

His driving record has been endorsed.

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