Portsmouth Magistrates' Court - latest update

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

Friday, 22nd January 2021, 3:58 pm

Bruce Carle, 58, of Barbary Lane, Worthing, was found guilty of assault by beating in Gosport on May 24.

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

A restraining order bans him from contacting the victim for three months.

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He was fined £60 with £80 costs.

He was also convicted of assault, threatening to smash up a house and resisting a PC.

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David Knipe, 41, of Princes Street, Landport, admitted using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour on June 13 last year at Lidl in Southsea.

He was fined £500.

Graham Haynes, 61, of Fareham Road, Hambledon, was found guilty of failing to provide the identity of a driver on August 13 in 2019.

Magistrates fined him £250 with £300 prosecution costs.

Six points were imposed on his licence.

Kieran Redding, 27, of Cairo Terrace, Portsmouth, admitted failing to comply with a community order and was fined £40.

He must pay £60 costs.

Edward Parker, 39, of HMP Bullingdon, was jailed for 26 weeks.

He admitted 10 charges of handling stolen goods in Curdridge between October 8 and 11 in 2019.

Items included a diary, cheque in the name of Pro-dogs, handbag, driving licence, two Marwell Zoo cards, a Royal British Legion card, several sets of number plates, electric tools, keys to a Jeep, and a prescription.

He must pay a £122 victim surcharge.

Jimmy Andrews, 24, of Guildford Road, Fratton, admitted jointly stealing meat worth £278 from Marks and Spencer on September 17, in Petersfield.

He admitted jointly stealing £98 worth of cosmetics goods and clothes from The Bran Tub on September 14, and flouting a conditional discharge for having an offensive weapon in Market Parade, Leigh Park.

Andrews also admitted two thefts in Chichester on December 21 in 2019.

Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with two-month electronic curfew.

He must pay £376 in compensation.

Ashley Jones, 37, of Bondfields Crescent, Leigh Park, admitted using violence to secure entry into a premises in Larkwhistle Walk on February 1.

Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with 20 days' rehabilitation days.

He must pay a £100 fine with £90 surcharge and £85 costs.

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