Court results - Crawley

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The following are results contributed by HM Court Service, of cases sentenced by Sussex Northern magistrates sitting at Horsham and Crawley.

Hardip Bains, 48, of St Marys Drive, Crawley, was banned from driving for a year, with a £200 fine, a £20 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to three counts of driving with illegal levels of a controlled drug (cocaine, a cocaine metabolite, and a cannabis metabolite) in his blood, all in Brighton Road, Crawley.

Peter Balchin, 59, of Brown Close, Broadbridge Heath, was given a two week jail sentence, suspended for six months, with an £80 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to one count of theft from Morrisons in Crawley, and two counts of theft from Waitrose in Horsham, and admitted breaching a conditional discharge.

Roger Francis, 48, of Bridgeham Way, Smallfield, was fined £440, with a £44 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and four penalty points added to his licence. He had been convicted in his absence of speeding in Fleming Way, Crawley.

Ryan Hatwell, 25, of Elm Road, Romford, was given a 14 week jail sentence, suspended for a year, with a £115 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of common assault at Gatwick.

Thomas Lancaster, 45, of Coulsdon Road,, Coulsdon, was given a two year conditional discharge, with a £15 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to harassing a woman in Crawley by visiting her house uninvited, and by phone calls, text messages and social media messages.

Tracey O’Donnell, 50, of Woodfield Road, Crawley, was fined £100, with a £20 victim services surcharge, and three penalty points added to her licence. She had pleaded guilty to speeding in Gatwick Road, Crawley. A previous conviction and sentence for failing to identify a driver suspected of speeding was set aside.

Dinesh Suntharampillai, 19, of Walesbeech, Crawley, was banned from driving for six months, with a £660 fine, a £66 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had been convicted in his absence of driving without insurance, and driving without a licence in Worth Park Avenue, Crawley, and of failing to comply with a red traffic light in Haslett Avenue, Crawley.

Benoit Anamalay, 37, of Robin Close, Crawley, was given a 12 week jail sentence, suspended for a year, with a £115 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to attempted theft of electric razors from Boots in Crawley.

Louis Ferreira, 39, of Peacock Walk, Crawley, was banned from driving for 17 months, with a £120 fine, a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to drink driving in Pelham Drive, Broadfield.

Charlotte Harris, 24, of Ely Close, Crawley, was banned from driving for 14 months, with a £260 fine, a £20 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. She had pleaded guilty to drink driving on the A23 at Handcross, and admitted breaching a conditional discharge.

Jason Walsh, 27, of Windy Ridge, Crawley, was given a community order with 60 hours of unpaid work, a £60 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching a non-molestation order by making abusive phonecalls.

Kashif Bhatti, 29, of Colonsay Road, Crawley, was given a community order with 80 hours of unpaid work, £379 compensation, a £60 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to theft of an iPhone at Crawley Station.

Mohammad Khan, 21, of Stanley Road, Croydon, was given a community order with 120 hours of unpaid work, with £700 compensation, a £60 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to theft of cash from BP South Connect at Gatwick, and to failing to answer bail.

Ryan Brook, 22, of Ifield Road, Crawley, was jailed for 16 weeks, with an £80 victim services surcharge. He had pleaded guilty to theft of a bicycle in Earlswood, theft of a jacket from Millets in Dorking, and going equipped for theft in Guildford.

Chloe Silver, 33, of Worth Park Avenue, Crawley, was fined £100, with three penalty points added to her licence. She had pleaded guilty to speeding in Gatwick Road, Crawley.

Connor Barrett, 19, of Broadwood Rise, Broadfield, was given a 26 week jail sentence, suspended for two years, with £400 compensation, £85 costs, and an £80 victim services surcharge. He had pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to a TV, wall and wardrobe, and to common assault and assault causing actual bodily harm, all in Crawley. A restraining order was made, barring him from contacting one person.

Jimmy Tadese, 19, of Horsham Road, Crawley, was given a community order with 250 hours of unpaid work, an £85 victim services surcharge, and £200 costs. He had been found guilty of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress, and pleaded guilty to possessing a kitchen knife in public. A restraining order was made, barring him from contacting three people, or going to an address in Salvington.

Delphine Tumenta, 40, of Barrington Road, London, was fined £200, with a £20 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and six penalty points added to her licence. She had pleaded guilty to two counts of speeding in London Road, East Grinstead.

Deke Walker, 31, of New Farthingdale, Dormansland, was given a 16 week jail sentence, suspended for a year, with a one year driving ban, an £80 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified, driving without insurance, and driving without an MoT certificate, all in Moat Road, East Grinstead, and to resisting a police officer, and assaulting a police officer.

Jonathan Jempson, 33, of New Farthingdale, Dormansland, was banned from driving for two years, with a £120 fine, a £20 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to failing to provide a blood alcohol sample, driving without insurance, driving without a licence, all in Ship Street, East Grinstead, and admitted breaching a suspended sentence.

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