Court results - Crawley

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The following are results from Sussex Northern magistrates sitting at Crawley and Horsham from June 29 to July 3.

Marty Pharaoh, 22, of Brettingham Close, Crawley, was given a one year conditional discharge, with a £15 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to resisting a police constable.

Andrew Deighton, 38, of Lambeth Close, Broadfield, was fined £50, with a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to possessing a knife in a public place in Crawley.

George Groom, 37, of no fixed address, was jailed for three months, with an £80 victim surcharge. He had pleaded guilty to breaking a window in Crawley.

Talib Khan, 30, of Little Crabtree, West Green, was ordered to pay £303.60 compensation, with £620 costs. He had been found guilty on three counts of causing criminal damage to a front door and two car windows. A restraining order was made, barring him from contacting three named people, or going to an address in Crawley.

Jamie Pope, 34, of Midhurst Close, Ifield, was banned from driving for 17 months, with a £120 fine, a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to failing to provide a breath alcohol specimen, and failing to answer bail.

Leonid Topalov, 29, of Wilton Way, London, was fined £200, with a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to possessing 2.81 grams of cannabis resin at Gatwick Airport.

Jacquelyne Bell, 46, of Woodbury Avenue, East Grinstead, was given a six month conditional discharge, with £465.97 compensation, a £15 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to common assault and to causing criminal damage to a window in Crawley.

Ashley Power, 32, of Academy Way, Dagenham, was fined £340, with a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, a £150 criminal courts charge, and £93 compensation. He had pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress, (both at Gatwick Airport) and causing criminal damage to a mattress at Crawley Custody Centre.

Nathan Ashton, 28, of Pitcroft Avenue, Reading, was given a nine month conditional discharge, with a £15 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to stealing aftershave from a shop at Gatwick Airport.

Harry Jupp, 19, of Horsham Road, Crawley, was sentenced to six weeks in a young offender institution, with £80 compensation, £650 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had been found guilty on two counts of common assault in Southwater, and pleaded guilty to failing to answer bail.

Darren McInally, 48, of Brookers Road, Billingshurst, was fined £90, with a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and three penalty points added to his licence. He had pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention in Horsham Road, Crawley.

Angela McNeil, 47, of Hazelwick Road, Crawley, was fined £40, with a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. She had pleaded guilty to being drunk in a highway, and to breaching a conditional discharge.

Sam Ross, 19, of Buckswood Drive, Crawley, was banned from driving for 17 months, with a £160 fine, a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to drink driving in Crawley.

Benjamin Martin, 25, of Copthorne Bank, Copthorne, was given a community order with 180 hours of unpaid work, a £60 victim surcharge, and £500 costs. He had pleaded guilty to common assault. A restraining order was made, barring him from contacting the victim, or going to an address in Crawley Down, or another in Copthorne.

William Young, 52, of Smalls Mead, Crawley, was given a community order with a £60 victim surcharge, and a £150 criminal courts charge. He had pleaded guilty to common assault.

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