Newport Magistrates’ Court – Tuesday, January 5
Daniel Petrie, 30, of Upper Wood Street, Bargoed, was fined £262 and told to pay £95 to fund victim services after he admitted assaulting a person in Bargoed on February 27 last year. He was also made subject to a rehabilitation community order.
Shaun Boulton, 29, of Selway Avenue, Britannia, Pengam, was disqualified from driving for 17 months after admitting being over the alcohol limit driving a Renault Clio in High Street, Pengam, on December 5, last year. Boulton was also fined £120, told to pay £34 towards victim services, and £85 prosecution costs.
Rebecca Louise Press, 29, of Second Avenue, Trecenydd, was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after she admitted assaulting a police officer at Tan Y Bryn, Caerphilly, on December 11, last year, as well as an offence under the public order act (using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress). She was also told to pay £100 compensation and £85 prosecution costs.
Tormy Craig Moffat, 21, of High Street, Blackwood, admitted driving a motor vehicle without a licence and driving without insurance. He was ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work, and to pay £85 prosecution costs and £95 to victim services.
Dale Turner, 31, of Park Place, Risca, was banned from driving for 18 months after driving a Ford Transit van while over the alcohol limit on the B4251, Ynysddu, on October 19 last year. He also admitted possession of cocaine and was fined £250. He also has to pay £85 prosecution costs and £34 towards victim services.
Cwmbran Magistrates’ Court – Monday, January 4
James Mills, 29, of Glyn Bedw, Llanbradach, was banned from driving for a year and fined £120, after he stole a Volvo and drove it down Pandy Road, Bedwas on September 20, last year. He also admitted to driving without a licence and no insurance and was ordered to go on a “Thinking Skills” course. He also had to pay £85 prosecution costs and £95 to victim services.
Shaun Brendon Baylon, 24, of Gelligaer, Road, Cefn Hengoed, was fined £630 and banned from driving for 12 months after he admitted refusing a breath test. He also has to pay £100 prosecution costs and £63 towards victim services.
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