HM Courts Service: Results list for March 13 to 17, 2017

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The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from March 13 to 17, 2017.

Paige Craddock, 22, c/o Salisbury Road, Worthing, was given a community order with Rehabilitation Activity Requirement and must pay a total of £214.50 compensation after admitting stealing perfume from Debenhams, Worthing, on January 2, 2017; stealing a £150 Nike tracksuit from The Griffin, Worthing, on December 22, 2016; stealing meat from Tesco, Worthing, on December 7, 2016; and jointly stealing meat worth £129 from The Co-op, Goring, on February 5, 2017. She also admitted breaching a conditional discharge order.

Arron Jones, 23, of Salisbury Road, Worthing, was given a community order with Rehabilitation Activity Requirement and must pay a total of £184.50 compensation after admitting stealing a £150 tracksuit from The Griffin, Worthing, on December 22, 2016; stealing meat from Tesco, Worthing, on December 7, 2016; and jointly stealing meat worth £129 from The Co-op, Goring, on February 5, 2017. He must also pay £30 compensation for an offence taken into consideration. He also admitted breaching a conditional discharge order.

Alison McGee, 59, of Chesham Close, Worthing, was given a community order with 12-week curfew, electronically monitored, from 8pm to 7am, after admitting eight charges of breaching the Trade Marks Act by possessing in the course of business, with a view to selling, items with signs likely to be mistaken for a registered trade mark, including handbags, a purse, keyring holder and mugs. She must pay £60 victim surcharge and £250 costs.

Patricia Coke, 66, of Hyde Lane, Upper Beeding, was fined £300 and must pay £30 victim surcharge, £85 costs, after admitting drink-driving (50mg of alcohol in 100ml of breath) on the A259 Portslade on February 23, 2017. She was disqualified from driving for 15 months. She was fined £100 after admitting driving without a licence.

Junaid Ihsan, 39, of Old Shoreham Road, Southwick, was given a community order and must carry out 100 hours’ unpaid work after admitting failing to promptly notify Adur District Council of a change in employment affecting Housing Benefit between May 18, 2015, and April 11, 2016; and failing to promptly notify the DWP of a change in employment affecting Employment Support Allowance between May 11, 2015, and April 6, 2016. He must pay £85 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Tamazin Turrell, 20, of Gravelly Crescent, Lancing, was fined £120 and must pay £30 victim surcharge, £85 costs, after admitting drug-driving (10mg per litre Delta-9-THC) in Brighton Road, Lancing, on January 18, 2017. She was disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Charles Hall, 30, of Downland Close, Southwick, was discharged conditionally for six months and must pay £20 victim surcharge, £620 costs, after being found guilty of assault at The Crabtree public house, Shoreham, on September 2, 2016.

Donna Faulkner, 46, of Bluebell Drive, Littlehampton, was fined £180 and must pay £30 victim surcharge, £120 costs, after being found guilty of drug-driving (80mg cocaine per litre of blood) in Bluebell Drive, Littlehampton, on October 10, 2016. She was disqualified from driving for 12 months. She also admitted drug-driving (800mg benzoylecgonine per litre of blood) in Bluebell Drive, Littlehampton, on October 10, 2016, no separate penalty.

Jane Barnes, 44, of Baker Way, Angmering, was fined £70 and must pay £30 victim surcharge after admitting driving over the 60mph speed limit on the A24 Shipley on July 19, 2016. The driving licence was endorsed with three points.

Ian Utley, 45, of Gloucester Place, Littlehampton, was fined £227 and must pay £37 victim surcharge, £85 costs, after admitting driving over the 30mph speed limit in Arundel Road, Littlehampton, on July 5, 2016. His driving record was endorsed with four points.

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