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UK News Why these seven people have appeared in the dock at Poole Magistrates' Court

09:40  09 december  2022
09:40  09 december  2022 Source:   bournemouthecho.co.uk

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Details on the cases of seven people who have appeared in the dock at Poole Magistrates' Court.

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DANIEL SIMON BOLTON, aged 34 and of Privet Road, Bournemouth, admits entering a garage in Mudeford, Christchurch, on September 1 and stealing two mountain bikes and a drill to the value of £4,500. Committed to prison for six months, suspended for 12 months. To pay £154 surcharge.

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ALFIE PARKINSON, aged 18 and of Serpentine Road, Portsmouth, admits being drunk and disorderly in Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, on October 8. Fined £40. To pay £16 surcharge and £85 costs.

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MICHAEL EYRE, aged 22 and of Edward Road, Christchurch, admits being drunk and disorderly at Royal Bournemouth Hospital in Castle Lane East, Bournemouth, on November 12. Fined £40. To pay £16 surcharge and £85 costs.

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KANE WHITE, aged 35 and of Egmont Road, Poole, admits assaulting PC Jonathan Rowland, an emergency worker acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him in Poole on March 6. Community order made, whereby the defendant must take part in up to 40 days of rehabilitation activity requirement and carry out 100 hours of unpaid work. To pay £100 compensation and £95 surcharge. Also admits assaulting PC Rob Davies, an emergency worker acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him in Poole on March 6. Community order made. To pay £100 compensation. Also admits assaulting PC Grace Butler, an emergency worker acting in the exercise of his functions as such a worker, by beating him in Poole on March 6. Community order made. To pay £100 compensation. Also admits damaging the cell in a police van belonging to Dorset Police in Poole on March 6. Community order made.

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MATTHEW PATRICK WHEELIKER, aged 43 and of no fixed abode, admits failing to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following release from a period of imprisonment in that he failed to attend a home visit and a planned office visit on November 9 and November 17, he remained out of contact with his supervisor since November 11 and has made no contact with his responsible officer, and he failed to reside as directed for approximately two weeks after being evicted from his emergency accommodation placement by Dorset Council on November 17. Committed to prison for seven days concurrent. Also admits being a relevant offender within the terms of section 80 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the notification requirements as provided by Part 2 of that act in that he failed to notify an address after leaving provided accommodation or notify that he was without a fixed place of abode. Committed to prison for 18 weeks. To pay £154 surcharge.

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ADAM ROBERTS, aged 45 and of Mangotsfield Road, Bristol, admits being the master of a power driven vessel or other water craft namely AG 9340, suffering or causing the said vessel to be navigated or driven in Poole Harbour at a speed exceeding 10 knots through the water without the consent of the harbour master on July 18. Fined £400. To pay £160 surcharge and £400 costs.

SCOTT GOLDSON, aged 50 and of Oldland Halt, Oldland Common, Bristol, admits being the master of a power driven vessel or other water craft namely AG 9357, suffering or causing the said vessel to be navigated or driven in Poole Harbour at a speed exceeding 10 knots through the water without the consent of the harbour master on July 18. Fined £400. To pay £160 surcharge and £400 costs.

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