Court Report - April 4, 2013

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Shanwaz Choudhury, 19, of Francis Avenue, St Albans. On March 22, 2013, was drunk and disorderly in St Peters Street, St Albans. Fine, costs: £197.

Afzal Kabir, 21, of Thirlmere Drive, St Albans. On March 22, 2013, was drunk and disorderly in St Peters Street, St Albans. Fine, costs: £265.

Phillippa Mary Havard, 52, of Norris Close, London Colney. On March 7, 2013, stole beauty products from Boots, Stevenage; also, on same date, stole children’s toys from Argos, Stevenage.Also: on December 23, 2012, stole two turkey crowns from BP Rush Green, Hertford; on January 6, 2013, stole food from Co-op, Hertford; on September 9, 2012, stole items from Tesco Express, London Colney.   Committed to prison for two weeks (each charge) consecutive to four further offences of theft, suspended for 18 months. Overall length of sentence 10 weeks. Compensation, costs: £150.

Howard Jonathan Black, 48, of Bricket Road, St Albans. On December 18, 2012, consumed alcohol in a public place contrary to anti-social behaviour order; also, on same date, was in possession of a small amount of cannabis resin, a class B drug and one intact and unopened blister of Subutex, a class C drug. Also, on December 24, 2012, were drunk in a public place contrary to anti-social behaviour order and, on same date, was in possession of a small quantity of cannabis resin, a class B drug. Also, on March 7, 2013, consumed alcohol in a public place contrary to anti-social behaviour order. Also, similarly, on March 17, 2013, and January 22, 2013. Also, on March 19, 2013, was drunk in a public place contrary to anti-social behaviour order, and on same date, possessed open alcohol in a public place. Community order made with alcohol treatment, programe and supervision requirements. Costs: £230.

Andrew David Clench, 61, of Albert Street, St Albans. On February 3, 2013, drove in place, after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion in breath was 46 microgrammes in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes. Fine, costs: £215. Banned from driving for 12 months, to be reduced by three months if approved course undertaken.

Harvey Patrick Davies, 24, of Hyde View Road, Harpenden. On September 6, 2012, used on a road a vehicle with no test certificate. Fine, costs: £300.

David Samuel Reid, 50, of Tassell Hall, Redbourn. On September 22, 2012, used a vehicle in High Street Green, Hemel Hempstead, without insurance or a valid licence. Fine, costs: £370. Eight penalty points.

Michael Christopher Rumble, 25, of Park Street, St Albans. On September 30, 2012, used a vehicle in Abbey Avenue, St Albans, without insurance. Fine, costs: £360. Eight penalty points.

Laurence John Saffer, 52, of Newlands Avenue, Radlett. On September 10, 2012, drove in Park Street, Frogmore, at 37mph, the legal limit being 30mph. Fine, costs: £235. Three penalty points.

Michael Borgnine Callan, 34, of Southview Road, Harpenden. On October 23, 2012, used a motor vehicle in Comet Way, Hatfield, without insurance or a valid licence. Fine, costs: £250. Eight penalty points.

Stacey Ann Fleckney, 25, of Seaton Road, London Colney. On September 24, 2012, drove in Stratfield Road, Borehamwood, while using a hand-held telephone. Fine, costs: £235. Three penalty points.  

Izabella Korowska, 39, of Chapel Road, Flamstead. On September 29, 2012, drove in St Peters Street, St Albans, while using a hand-held telephone. Fine, costs: £75. Three penalty points.

Liam Robert Naughton, 40, of Grange Court Road, Harpenden. On September 28, 2012, used a motor vehicle on the M25 at Bricket Wood, without insurance; also, on same date, used a vehicle without a test certificate. Fine, costs: £1,435. Eight penalty points.

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