Court round-up (including pair who stole £120 Ray-ban sunglasses from Vision Express and drink-driver in McDonald’s car park)

View, Magistrates Court sign, in Aylesbury

View, Magistrates Court sign, in Aylesbury

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Cases coming before Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court include:

PAUL VERMA, 50, of Hampden Gardens, Aylesbury. On November 12 in Aylesbury High Street assaulted a male. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. Must carry out 120 unpaid work, compensation £250, costs £250.

MICHAEL FINCH, 42, of Keats Close, Aylesbury. 1) On April 11 in Ringwood House, Walton Street, Aylesbury, had in his possession a quantity of cannabis, a class B drug. Pleaded guilty. 2) Same date/ location had in his possession a blade in a public place. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. Awaiting sentence.

SEBASTIAN PATRYC ADAMKIEWICZ, 24, of Prebendal Avenue, Aylesbury. On August 7 in Aylesbury used threatening words/ behaviour towards a male so that he feared immediate violence would be used against him. Pleaded guilty. Must carry out 180 hours unpaid work, costs £85, victim surcharge £60.

THOMAS JAMES CHAPMAN, 33, of Barnard Crescent, Aylesbury. 1) On March 21 stole a Pioneer stereo worth £149 from Currys Aylesbury.Pleaded guilty. 2) On July 13 jointly with Kelly Burnham (see below) stole a pair of Ray-ban sunglasses worth £120. Pleaded guilty. Community order made – Chapman must participate in ‘Right With Money’ sessions for five days. Must also pay £285 costs, £149 compensation (no compensation ordered for sunglasses as they were recovered) and £60 victim surcharge.

KELLY LOUISE BURNHAM, 34, of Lynher Close, Aylesbury. On July 13 jointly with Thomas Chapman stole a pair of Ray-ban glasses worth £120 from Vision Express, Aylesbury. Pleaded guilty. Fined £75, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

TERENCE JAMES DAY, 47, of Ambleside, Aylesbury. On July 21 in Ambleside, drove VW Passat after consuming 88 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Disqualified from driving for 22 months, fined £610, costs £85, victim surcharge £61.

LUKE PHILIP STRATFUL, 24, of the YMCA, Crest Road, Wycombe. 1) On June 16 stole meat worth £36 from Co-op in Aylesbury. Pleaded guilty. 2) On July 16 stole meat product worth £10 from Co-op in Aylesbury. Pleaded guilty. 3)On June 24 stole food worth £63 from BP Services in Thame. Pleaded guilty. 4) On July 11 stole alcohol worth £184 from Tesco Princes Risborough. Pleaded guilty. 5) On July 12 stole alcohol worth £137 from Tesco Princes Risborough. Pleaded guilty. 6) On August 10 stole meat from Co-op in Great Missenden. Pleaded guilty. 7) Committed further offence while subject to a suspended sentence order for theft. Admitted. Awaiting sentence.

CALUM WILLIAM BRUCE TANSLEY, 25, of Frith Hill, Great Missenden. On June 29 in the McDonald’s car park at Broadfields, Aylesbury, drove a silver Peugeot 206 after consuming 142 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood (legal limit is 80mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 18 months, fined £290, costs £85, victim surcharge £29.

RICHARD JOHN CLARIDGE, 28, of Taurus Close, Steeple Claydon. On August 9 failed to provide a specimen of breath for analysis in course of a drink-drive investigation. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.

ANDREW ROBERT PATAMIA, 35, of Manor Road, Aylesbury. On April 28 in Bierton Road, Aylesbury, drove a Peugeot 106 after consuming 144 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood (legal limit is 80mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 20 months, fined £250, costs £85, victim surcharge £25.

ROWAN DEAN WAITE, 34, of Crown Leys, Aylesbury. On March 4 in 
Wycliffe End, Aylesbury, drove without insurance. Proved in absence. Awaiting sentence.

HARRY WATTS, 19, of Roxwell Path, Aylesbury. 1) On April 8 in Oakfield Road, Aylesbury, drove without insurance. Pleaded guilty. 2) Same date/ location drove without a licence. Pleaded guilty. 3) On May 14 in Oakfield Road drove without insurance. Pleaded guilty. 4) Same date/ location drove without a licence. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.