Court round-up: including a thief who stole nearly £3,000 worth of stock from a jewellers

The scales of justice

The scales of justice

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Read about people in your area who appeared before magistrate’s courts this week.

Jeffery Joseph Kwame Bampo-Bickerton, 27, of Lonsdale, Hemel Hempstead. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with requirements of unpaid work order made by magistrates, in that he failed to attend an unpaid work appointment on August 22. Admits breach. Fined £170, costs £85, order to continue.

Harry Charles Mann, 19, of Downside, Hemel Hempstead. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with requirements of unpaid work order made by magistrates, in that he failed to attend an unpaid work appointments on September 6 and September 13. Admits breaches. Fined £400, criminal courts charge £100, costs £85.

Mark Daniel Cameron, 26, of Coulser Close, Hemel Hempstead. On April 25 on the A4251 Bourne End, drove a Ford Transit without insurance. Pleaded guilty. Fined £440, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £44, licence endorsed with six points.

Jason Mark Paul Tracey, 42, of Weymouth Street, Apsley. On June 22 stole one bottle of Famous Grouse whiskey, worth £15.50 from M&S in St Albans. Pleaded not guilty, found guilty. Fined £80, criminal courts charge £520, costs £150, victim surcharge £20, compensation £15.50.

Chelsie Lorraine Wicks, 25, of Northridge Way, Hemel Hempstead. On November 16 stole cosmetics worth £103 from Debenhams, Hemel. Pleaded guilty. Discharged conditionally for six months, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85.

Matthew Juan A Chambers, 47, of Burnet Close, Hemel Hempstead. On December 1 in the Jarman Way car park, drove a blue Mercedes after producing 92 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35mgs). Pleaded guilty. Disqualified from driving for 23 months, fined £120, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

Craig Michael Gibson, 38, of Station Road, Berkhamsted. On December 18 entered as a trespasser in Abbey Fined jewellers, Berkhamsted and stole rings, ear rings, necklaces, pendants, jewellery boxes and jewellery stands worth £2,680. Pleaded guilty. Given 14 week suspended jail sentence, 100 hours unpaid work, compensation £500, criminal courts charge £180.

David Philip Long, 24, Chaulden Lane, Hemel Hempstead. On December 20 in Hemel, was drunk in a public place, which he was prohibited from being by a criminal behaviour order. Pleaded guilty. Fined £35, criminal courts charge £180, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

Keith Niki Christopher Stone, 41, of Redbourne Road, Hemel Hempstead. On December 21 in Hemel assaulted a male. Pleaded guilty. Jailed for four weeks. Magistrates said offence serious as punch caused victim to fall to ground and the case is also aggravated by Stone’s record. A restraining order was also made. Stone must also pay £50 compensation and £150 criminal courts charge.

Jamie Anthony Hanshaw, 22, of Whittlesea Road, Harrow. On December 4 in Hemel used threatening words/ behaviour likely to cause alarm/ distress. Pleaded guilty. Fined £40, criminal courts charge £150, costs £85, victim surcharge £20.

Sean Mark Duddle-Brown, 19, of Waveney, Hemel Hempstead. On November 9 had in his possession two wraps of heroin, a class A drug. Pleaded guilty. Awaiting sentence.

Peter Lee Banham, 34, of Common Field, Wigginton. 1) On Thursday December 10 in Durrants Lane, Berkhamsted, failed to stop Volkswagen Polo when required to do so by a constable in uniform. Pleaded guilty. 2) Same date/location drove without due care and attention. Pleaded guilty. 3) Same date/location drove without insurance. Pleaded guilty. 4) On November 4 and 22 in Hemel Hempstead, dishonestly made off with petrol with intent to avoid payments of £35 and £40 respectively. Pleaded guilty. Fined £800, licence endorsed with eight points, compensation £75, costs £85, victim surcharge £30.