£2K costs for cop van vandalism

AN 21 YEAR-old Upper Gornal man has been ordered to pay over £2,000 in compensation to West Midlands Police after damaging a police van.
Appearing at Dudley Magistrates Court on November 26, Kurtis Terence Cy Burrows, of Hermit Street, was handed a 12 month community order and ordered to pay £2,118.40 compensation and £100 court costs, for damaging a police vehicle’s near side passenger door.
He was also handed a 12 month community order for wilfully obstructing a police officer.

Also appearing in court on November 26:

Shaun Green, aged 44, of Claverley Court, Dudley, was jailed for 14 days, for stealing a perfume gift set, worth £38.50 from Boots.
The defendant was also jailed for 14 days concurrent, for stealing a perfume gift set, worth £45 from Boots.
He was also jailed for 14 days concurrent, for stealing a perfume gift set, worth £45 from Boots.
The defendant was also jailed for 14 days concurrent, for stealing a perfume gift set, worth £45 from Boots.
He was also jailed for 14 days concurrent, for stealing a perfume gift set, worth £50 from Boots.

Eric John Creasey, aged 50, of Bladford Road, Dudley, was fined £110 and ordered to pay £90 compensation, £20 costs and £50 court costs, for stealing a stereo system.

Philip Billingham, aged 35, of Blackacre Road, Dudley, was fined £36 and ordered to pay £20 costs and £80 costs, for driving a vehicle he was not licensed to drive.
The defendant was also fined £110 and handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

Philip Allan Burbidge, aged 20, of Yorkdale Close, Dudley, was fined £110 and ordered to pay £20 costs and £80 costs, as well as being handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

Baldev Johal, aged 52, of Snowshill Gardens, Dudley, was fined £350 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £100 court costs, as well as being handed eight licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.
The defendant was fined £180 for failing to surrender an insurance certificate after cancelling the policy.
He was also fined £200 for intent to deceive using an insurance certificate.

Ali Hasnan Qaumi, aged 19, of Casleton Street, Dudley, was fined £110 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £80 court costs, as well as being handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.

Craig Joseph Smith, aged 25, of Jews Lane, Upper Gornal, 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.

Latisha Crystal Elizabeth Southall, aged 21, of Middlepark Road, Dudley, was handed a six month conditional discharge and handed six licence penalty points, for driving without insurance.


In court on November 27:

Josh William Mills, aged 21, of Eagle Close, Russells Hall, was jailed for four months, for possessing a knife in a public place.


In court on November 28:

Tina Moore, aged 47, of Oakham Drive, Dudley, was handed a six month community order and ordered to pay £100 court costs, for failing to notify of a change in circumstance which would affect Jobseekers Allowance entitlement.

Steffan Aaron Frederick Debattista, aged 20, of Boundary Hill, Lower Gornal, was fined £225 and ordered to pay £22 costs and £85 court costs, for possessing cannabis.

Grant Owen, aged 20, of Ellowes Road, Lower Gornal, was fined £250 and ordered to pay £25 costs and £85 court costs, as well as being disqualified from driving for 28 days, for possessing cannabis.

Paul Adrian Marriner, aged 27, of Griffin Street, Netherton, was jailed for 26 weeks and handed a three year restraining order, for assault.
The defendant was also jailed for 26 weeks and handed a three year restraining order, for assault.


In court on November 29:

Mohammed Habib, aged 40, of Osprey Drive, Russells Hall, was handed a two year community order and ordered to pay £100 court costs, for assault.
The defendant was also handed a two year community order for possessing cannabis.
He was also handed a two year community order for assault.
The defendant was also handed a two year community order and disqualified from driving for two years, for driving while disqualified.
He was also handed a two year community order for assaulting a police officer.

Akhtar Ali, aged 30, of Lupin Road, Dudley, was fined £240 and ordered to pay £15 costs and £300 court costs, as well as being disqualified from driving for six months, for driving without insurance.
The defendant was also fined £80 for driving without a valid test certificate.
He was also fined £80 for driving while using a mobile telephone.

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