In the dock: drink drivers amid 9 cases at Poole courthouse


WILLIAM JAMES FOSTER, 22, of Southbourne Road, Bournemouth, admits to driving a motor vehicle in Broadway, Southbourne on May 1 with 66 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath. Fine of £ 120. To pay an additional £ 34 and £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 18 months.

AARON LOUI DAY, 22, of Swansbury Drive, Bournemouth, admits to driving a Kia Rio in Crabton Close Road, Bournemouth on May 2 with 61 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath. Fine of £ 419. To pay an additional £ 40.98 plus £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 17 months.

RONALD ANTHONY TRISTAN CARTER, 29, from Wimborne Road, Bournemouth, admits to having a quantity of cocaine at Bournemouth Custody and Inquiries in Madeira Road, Bournemouth on 3 May. Fine of £ 150. To pay an additional £ 34 and £ 85 fee. Medicines seized to be confiscated and destroyed.

CHRISTCHURCH

KEVIN ANTHONY HINCKS, 45, of Draper Road, Christchurch, admits to being in possession of an internet-enabled device at his home on May 2 that he did not notify police and was prohibited from doing so by a Sexual Injury Prevention Order April 4, 2019. Community order issued, requiring the defendant to complete up to 30 days of rehabilitation activity requirement. To pay an additional £ 95 and £ 85 fee. Also admits to owning a quantity of cannabis in Christchurch on May 2. Community order completed. Medicines must be confiscated and destroyed.

DORSET EAST

KARL ALEXANDER MURGATROYD, 35, from Marshfield, Colehill, admits he broke the requirements of a community ordinance issued on February 3 by not showing up for scheduled appointments with his supervisor on March 11 and March 18. to violate a restraining order. Incarcerated for eight consecutive weeks. Also admits to having frequented a place in Bournemouth on May 7, where he was banned from going by a restraining order. Incarcerated for eight weeks. Total duration of the sentence 16 weeks. To pay an additional £ 128.

NEW FOREST

JACK DAVID ROBERTS, 31, from Broadwey Close, Weymouth, admits being in charge of a motor vehicle at the A31 St Leonards at a rest area outside Oakdene Forest on July 9, 2020, with 157 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of blood. Fine of £ 342. To pay an additional £ 34 plus £ 300 fee. Driving record approved with 10 points.

POOL

WILLIAM JAMES GREENAWAY, 29, of Preston Road, Poole, admits failing to meet the requirements of a community order taken on September 30, 2019, by not showing up for phone appointments scheduled for May 28, 2020 and on Aug 6, 2020 £ 50 fine. To pay a £ 30 fee.

JOSHUA WAYNE LOCKTON, 26, and of Lagland Street, Poole, admits to using threatening or abusive words or behavior or disorderly behavior in the hearing or sight of someone who may be the cause of harassment, alarm or distress at Poole Quay on May 2. 300. To pay compensation of £ 50, an additional £ 34 and £ 85 fees. Also admits the commission of another offense while on parole for a period of 12 months issued on December 11, 2020 for a criminal prejudice offense. Fine of £ 100.

JACK TUCKER, 30, and of Blandford Road, Poole, admits to using threatening or abusive words or behavior or disorderly behavior in someone’s hearing or sight likely to be caused by harassment, alarm or distress to Poole Quay on May 2. Fine of £ 300. To pay compensation of £ 50, an additional £ 34 and £ 85 fees.

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