Latest Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar court results

PUBLISHED: 09:00 02 December 2018

St Albans Magistrates' Court.

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 Court and are published without prejudice.

Sara Lingham: 29, of Daisy Drive, Hatfield.

Stole cosmetics worth £100 from Superdrug in Hatfield on August 13.

Fined £80.

Ordered to pay £85 court costs.

Terrie Bell: 31, of Holwell Road, WGC.

Stole four bottles of perfume worth £242.48 from Boots in St Albans on October 18.

Stole nine beauty and bath products from TK Maxx worth £46.11 in St Albans on the same date.

Discharged conditionally fort 12 months.

Ordered to pay victim services £20.

Kayley Turner: 35, of Campion Road, Hatfield.

Stole electric toothbrushes worth £119.97 from Boots in Hatfield on October 7.

Stole six boxes of Persil worth £48 from Coop in Hatfield on October 6

Ordered to pay compensation of £48. The toothbrushes were recovered.

Adam Cole: 46, of Upperfield Road, WGC.

In Baldock on March 22, permitted someone to use a Vauxhall Mokka when there was no insurance in place.

Fined £600.

Ordered to pay victim services £60 and costs of £300.

Martin Delprat: 29, of Parkhouse Court, Hatfield.

Possession of cannabis resin in Hatfield on September 24.

Discharged conditionally for 12 months.

Ordered to pay victim services £20 and £85 court costs.

Pascal Mudzingua: 45, of Gresley Close, WGC.

On July 22, failed without reasonable excuse to give a breath test during the course of an investigation into whether he had committed a road traffic offence.

Fined £400.

Ordered to pay victim services £40 and £300 court costs.

Banned from driving for 21 months.

Matthew Fell: 35, of Howlands, WGC.

Stole a fragrance set from Boots in WGC worth £72 on October 10.

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

Jailed for 12 weeks.

Ordered to pay victim services £115.

James Sullivan: 35, of Hawkshead Road, Potters Bar.

On September 28 in Hatfield, committed fraud in that he dishonestly made a false representation, namely using a bank card known to be stolen.

Time already spent in custody considered enough to fulfil sentencing.

David Lee: 33, of By The Mount, WGC.

Damaged a front window in WGC on May 8.

Possession of one wrap of cannabis in WGC on May 8.

Used threatening or abusive words or behaviour in WGC on May 8.

Failed to turn up to court on September 21.

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

Assault by beating a man in WGC on May 13.

With intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in WGc on May 17.

Failed to turn up to court on September 17.

Fined £500.

Ordered to pay victim services £30, compensation of £150.

Jailed for 18 weeks.

Natalie Arculli: 36, of Aldykes, Hatfield.

Kept a Citroen in Hatfield when it was unlicensed on June 23 last year.

Fined £40.

Ordered to pay vehicle excise back duty of £37.50.

Julius Dwamena: 27, of Bishops Rise, Hatfield.

Permitted another to use a Vauxhall in Hatfield on January 16 when there was no insurance for that vehicle.

Fined £480.

Ordered to pay victim services £48 and £310 court costs.

Six penalty points issued.

Jordan Galloway: 27, of Fretherne Road, WGC.

Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following his release from prison.

He failed to attend probation appointments on August 29 and September 5.

Fined £110.

Ordered to pay costs of £85.

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