Latest update on criminal cases from Portsmouth Magistrates' Court

Brody Kinnear, 21, of St Tristan Close, Warsash, admitted cannabis drug-driving westbound on the M27 at Fareham on October 24 last year.

Monday, 9th March 2020, 11:23 am
Updated Tuesday, 10th March 2020, 5:42 pm

Kinnear was fined £345 with a £34 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.

He was banned from driving for 18 months.

Kinnear admitted two charges of cannabis and cocaine drug-driving in Gudge Heath Lane, Fareham, on October 18.

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He was banned for 12 months.

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Luke Parker, 20, of Lindbergh Close, Gosport, admitted drug-driving on October 28 in Fawn Close, Gosport.

Magistrates fined him £120 with a 12-month ban.

He must pay a £23 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Nicholas Weatherstone, 39, of North Wallington, Fareham, admitted driving in Eastern Way, Fareham, while banned, on January 26.

He admitted driving without insurance and not MOT.

Magistrates fined him £403 with a £40 surcharge and £85 costs. He was banned for three years.

Matthew Hayman, 26, of Moody Road, Fareham, admitted damaging a metal gate and padlock at Peak Lane Nursery on November 19 last year.

He was fined £200 with £60 compensation to pay. He must pay a £32 surcharge and £85 costs.

Cherrie Charleston, 18, of Dunbar Close Southampton, admitted drink-driving in Southampton Road, Portsmouth.

A test showed she had 95 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. The limit is 35.

Magistrates fined her £100 with a £32 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.

Magistrates banned her for 12 months.

Lloyd Dall, 59, of Wallington Shore Road, Fareham, admitted failing to surrender his passport for the England v Kosovo game.

Dall has a football banning order imposed at South Northumbria Magistrates' Court on July 30 last year.

He was fined £300 with a £32 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.

Philip Haiselden, 62, of Waterloo Road, admitted having four devices despite being banned from having them under a sexual offences prevention order imposed in 2012.

Haiselden had a 128GB memory stick, an Apple iPod, and two SD cards.

Magistrates imposed a 16-week jail term suspended for a year.

He must complete 20 days' rehabilitation activities. The devices will be destroyed.

He must pay a £122 surcharge and £85 costs.