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 Crawley.

George Hart, 18, of Hazel Way, Crawley Down, was fined £440, with a £44 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and four penalty points added to his licence. He had been convicted of speeding in Western Road, Lancing.

Ryan Prince, 34, of Paddockhurst Road, Crawley, was fined £220, with a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had been convicted of driving without wearing a seat belt in County Oak Way, Crawley.

David Marr, 22, of Martyrs Avenue, Crawley, was banned from driving for a year, with a £240 fine, a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to driving without an MoT certificate, driving without insurance, driving without due care and attention, failing to stop for a police officer, and driving without a licence, in Poplar Close, Langley Green.

Anthony Morey, 53, of Meridian Close, Bewbush, was fined £300, with £50 compensation, a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to common assault at the Railway pub in Brighton Road, Southgate.

Kallam Nicholas, 22, of Woodlands Road, Redhill, was fined £60, with a £30 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in High Street, Crawley.

Louise Parsons, 34, of Capricorn Close, Crawley, was jailed for 18 weeks, with a £115 victim services surcharge. She had pleaded guilty to theft of food worth £11.80 from a Co-op in Eastbourne, theft of items worth £56.50 from Asda in West Green, theft of coffee worth £11.66 from a Co-op in Eastbourne, failing to answer bail, and failing to comply with a community order, and was re-sentenced for four counts of theft.

James Darvill, 28, of Ranmore Close, Crawley, was fined £115, with a £30 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and three penalty points added to his licence. He had pleaded guilty to driving without reasonable consideration on the A24 at Dorking.

Matthew Lewis, 27, of Lumley Road, Horley, 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 failing to identify a driver suspected of committing an offence.

Lawrence Montague, 55, of Cripplegate Lane, Southwater, was fined £200, with a £30 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and six penalty points added to his licence. He had pleaded guilty to speeding on the A24 at Southwater.

Michael Barrett, 29, of Warrington Close, Bewbush, was fined £228, with £20 compensation, a £30 victim services surcharge, £300 costs, and six penalty points added to his licence. He had pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention, driving without insurance, and driving without a licence, in Overdene Drive, Crawley.

Jack Beer, 19, of Fitchet Close, Crawley, was fined £80, with a £30 victim services surcharge, and £40 costs. He had pleaded guilty to common assault in Crawley, and to breaching a conditional discharge.

Leslie Turner, 39, of no fixed address, was jailed for 16 weeks, with a £115 victim services surcharge. He had pleaded guilty to common assault in Crawley.

Vimalraj Uthayan, 19, of Church Lane, Crawley, was given a community order with a four week curfew, an £85 victim services surcharge, and £55 costs. He had pleaded guilty to possessing a knife in a public place in Crawley.

Kai Harewood, 20, of Swift Lane, Crawley, was given a nine month conditional discharge, with a £15 victim services surcharge, and £85 costs. He had pleaded guilty to possessing a Class A drug (MDMA)

Dean Lawless, 36, of Thatcher Close, Southgate, was given a community order with an £85 victim services surcharge, £85 costs, and £100 compensation. He had pleaded guilty to using violence to gain entry to a property, to common assault, assaulting a police officer, and two counts of resisting a police officer. A restraining order was made, barring him from contacting the common assault victim, or going to Nesbit Court, Crawley.

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