Jailed for swearing in court

A 23 YEAR-old Dudley man has been jailed for seven days for misbehaving in Dudley Magistrates Court.

Appearing in court on November 14, Rajesh Kumar Chumber, of King Street, was handed the seven-day prison sentence for swearing.

The week-long jail term was consecutive to a four week sentence, for failing to comply with a previous community order given by the court on August 31.

 

Also appearing in court on November 14:

Ryan Thompson, aged 19, of Upton Street, Netherton, was sent to a young offenders institution for four weeks and ordered to pay £80 costs, for stealing bottles of vodka and ladies underwear, worth £69.50 from ASDA.

The defendant was also sent to a young offenders institution for four weeks concurrent, for stealing £47 worth of jewellery from Claire’s Accessories.

He was also sent to a young offenders institution for four weeks concurrent, for stealing £22.93 worth of dvds and playstation games, from That’s Entertainment.

In court on November 12:

Hayley Anne Smith, aged 27, of Stourbridge Road, Holly Hall, was jailed for 12 weeks and handed an 18-month antisocial behaviour order, banning her from entering Merry Hill and Asda and Iceland in Dudley, for stealing eight joints of meat, worth £80, from Asda.

The defendant was also jailed for 12 weeks concurrent, for stealing £750 worth electric shavers from Boots.

She was also jailed for 12 weeks concurrent, for stealing £218.89 worth of whisky and bedding from Aldi.

Craig Karl Stanley, aged 27, of Woodfield Road, Lower Gornal, was fined £60 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £80 court costs, for driving while using a mobile telephone.

The defendant was also fined £60 for not wearing a seatbelt.

He was also fined £115 for failing to stop at a red traffic light.

The defendant was also fined £235 and handed six licence penalty points for failing to have reasonable consideration for other road users.

Lindon Frank Butcher, aged 81, of New Road, Dudley, was fined £200 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £85 court costs, for driving a vehicle he was not licensed to drive.

The defendant was also fined £600 and handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

John Dickinson, aged 38, of Lightwood Road, Dudley, was fined £128 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £80 costs, as well as being handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

Mohammed Ta Khan, aged 27, of Lilac Road, Dudley, was fined £240 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £100 court costs, as well as being handed eight licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

Shahoon Qurban, aged 27, of Richmond Road, Dudley, was fined £600 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £85 court costs, as well as being handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

The defendant was also fined £200 for failing to have every rear lamp in working order.

 

In court on November 13:

Nathan Rann, aged 29, of Lodge Crescent, Netherton, was handed a three month community order and ordered to pay £125 court costs, for stealing scrap metal.

Mahendra Selvaruban, aged 35, of North Street, Dudley, was fined £600 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £85 court costs, as well as being handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

The defendant was also fined £175 for driving without a valid test certificate.

 

In court on November 15:

William Junior Gamble, aged 23, of Stourbridge Road, Dudley, was jailed for four weeks forthwith consecutive, for stealing a £25 perfume gift set from Boots.

The defendant was also jailed for four weeks for stealing a combi television, worth £129.99, from B&M.

He was also jailed for eight weeks consecutive for stealing a combi television, worth £129.99, from B&M.

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