A27 drink-driver jailed for 8 weeks after being more than triple the limit at Segensworth

DEFENDANTS at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court have been sentenced for their crimes.

By Ben Fishwick
Wednesday, 17th February 2021, 1:03 pm

Jack Ormston, 27, of Milton Road, Milton, admitted assault by beating on December 2 in Portsmouth.

Magistrates jailed him for eight weeks.

He must pay £150 compensation.

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Jack Shelley, 27, of Westminster Place, Buckland, admitted flouting a restraining order on October 23, 24 and 25.

Magistrates jailed him for four months after he admitted breaching a conditional discharge for assault and breaching a restraining order.

Charlee Frost, 34, of Browning Avenue, Portsmouth, admitted theft of £69.21 worth of goods from a petrol station in Park Lane, Bedhampton, on March 28.

Magistrates imposed a 28-day jail term suspended for a year.

She must pay £6.99 in compensation.

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Sally Gordon, 30, of Lindisfarne Close, Portsmouth, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of violence.

She admitted assaulting an emergency worker, a police officer, also on November 18, 2019.

Magistrates imposed a community order with 20 days' rehabilitation activities.

She must pay £100 compensation.

Aman Fazaeli, 43, of Arundel Drive, Fareham, admitted driving a car without insurance on July 4 in 2019 in London Road, Portsmouth.

Magistrates fined him £238 with six points on his licence.

He must pay a £30 surcharge and £400 prosecution costs.

Aleksandrs Artemjevs, 40, of no fixed address, admitted drink-driving on the A27 at Segensworth on December 3.

Magistrates jailed him for eight weeks due to his high reading and poor driving.

A breath test showed he had 122 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

The legal limit is 35.

He must pay a £156 victim surcharge.

The defendant was banned from driving for 31 months and 28 days.

Nathan Dove, 39, of Alver Road, Gosport, admitted two charges of a racially-aggravated public order offence on March 13 in Fareham.

He admitted damaging a menu board and ornament at Master Chippy on the same day.

Magistrates imposed a 12-week jail term suspended for two years.

He must pay £310 compensation.

He must abide by a one-month curfew between 7pm and 7am.

Christopher Dodd, 42, of Mimosa Drive, Fair Oak, admitted flouting a domestic violence protection order in Portsmouth on December 6.

He must pay a £50 fine.

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