From allegations of sexual touching to assaults, the south Essex magistrates courts have been seeing a spread of cases.
A person was fined in reference to driving licence offences. Stanley Anwuzia, 36, of Joslin Road, Purfleet was in court after on January 23 in West Thurock he drove a Black Ford Kuga in Stifford Hill, North Stifford when there was not in drive in relation to that use such a coverage of insurance coverage or such a safety in respect of third celebration dangers.
He was fined £120, ordered to pay a surcharge to fund sufferer providers of £34 and prices of £105 to the Crown Prosecution Service. His driving report was endorsed with 8 factors. Also on the identical day and street he used the automobile in any other case than in accordance with a licence authorising him to drive a motorized vehicle of that class. He was given no separate penalty The court heard that additionally on the day and street he drive the automobile to which part 47 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 utilized and as respects which no take a look at certificates had been issued inside the acceptable interval. He was given no separate penalty.
Elliot Murphy, 21, of Radford Way, Billericay is because of stand path after allegations of touching a girl with out consent. It’s alleged that on November 5 final yr in Billericay he deliberately touched a girl aged 16 or over and that touching was sexual when she didn’t consent and he didn’t fairly imagine that she was consenting. It’s been despatched for trial at Basildon Crown Court on March 24. He was ordered to not contact straight or not directly the girl.
Oliver Smith, 29, of School Lane, Benfleet is about to face trial in connections with allegations of assaulting a jail officer. It’s alleged that on February 10 final yr, at Chelmsford Prison he assaulted the jail officer, appearing in the train of his capabilities as such a employee, by beating him. Mr Smith denies the costs and he is on account of go on trial at Basildon Crown Court on March 24 and he was granted unconditional bail. No indication given re VPS.
James Brooks, 26, of Westborough Road, Westcliff was in court charged with drug possession. On November 27 at Wickford in the county of Essex he had in his possession a amount of hashish, roughly 1 gram, a managed drug of class B. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and instructed to pay a surcharge to fund sufferer providers of £22 and ordered to pay prices of £105 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
An utility made for profit deductions. Sum to be recovered is £127.00.
Tyler Humphreys, 19, of Boundary Way, Shoebury was in court in reference to assault claims. It’s alleged that on August 21 at Southend he assaulted a person by beating him. He denied it and is about to face trial, he was remanded on unconditional bail till April 1 at Southend Magistrates Court for the trial.
Nicole Riley, 29, of North Avenue, Southend was in court charged with assault. On September 30 in Southend she assaulted the sufferer. she was discharged conditionally for 12 months and ordered to pay £22.00 and prices of £105 to the Crown Prosecution Service.