Crime

Five People from Bournemouth Who Have Appeared in Court

SONIA ANNE DEWI – aged 51 and of Lowther Road, Bournemouth, used threatening and abusive words that caused the complainants to believe immediate unlawful violence would be used against them in Exeter Road, Bournemouth on May 24. She was discharged for 12 months. She is to pay a £20 surcharge and £85 costs.

JAMES PHILIP ARCHER, the 21-year-old committed an offence during the operational time of a suspended sentence order for assault by beating. He was, however, dealt with for his original offence. James assaulted a lady in Christchurch Road, Bournemouth on October 23. He will serve a six-week consecutive jail term. He is to pay £11 surcharge and £85 costs.

ALISON KAY SELLERS, 34, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order for three counts of theft and one for failing to attend the probation office on September 10. He was dealt with for original offence and handed a four-week prison sentence.

RYAN HARRY BREWER–the 22-year-old man used abusive or threatening words within the sight or hearing of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress. His offence was radically aggravated at Parkstone and Heatherlands in Wimborne Road, Bournemouth on May 13. Ryan was discharged on conditions for 12 months. He was surcharged £20 with £85 costs.

OLEG MEDVEDEV–on September 27, the 50-year-old man of Ridgeway, Bloxon, Oxfordshire, drove a Vauxhall Cavalier in Littledown Avenue, Bournemouth with traces of 49 micrograms of alcohol in breath. The judge fined Oleg £120 and surcharged him £30. He will pay £85 as costs.

 

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