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In court: Cases heard at Exeter Magistrates' Court

By Devon Live | Posted: February 09, 2017

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In court: Cases heard at Exeter Magistrates' Court

In court: Cases heard at Exeter Magistrates' Court

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Steven George Cummings Ferguson, 36, was jailed for seven weeks after failing to leave Exeter city centre then assaulting a police officer and smashing the window of a police car on October 29 last year. Ferguson, of Westminster Road, pleaded guilty to three charges, including failing to appear in court. He was also ordered to pay £200 in compensation for the vehicle damage.

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Liam Kyle Aiden Drake, 23, was given a three-week jail sentence suspended for 12 weeks after being convicted of damaging a Great Western Railway shelter. Drake, of Victoria Road, also stole two cases of Carlsberg lager from St Andrews Dairy in Exmouth, alcohol form the Co-op and wine from Sainsbury's. He pleaded guilty to charges of including threatening behaviour by means of an abusive text and breaching a community order and was also ordered to pay a total of £135 to the court.

Jacques Floy Langlais, 22, was banned from driving for a year after being caught in a car in Digby without a licence or insurance and not wearing a seatbelt in September 2015. Langlais, of Ernest Baker Close, Bristol, pleaded guilty and was also ordered to pay a total of £120 in costs to the court.

George William Wilkins, 21, was given a community order with 15 days of rehabilitation activity after admitting possession of a knife, theft and possession of cannabis. Wilkins, of Farm Hill, pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing a Stanley knife, four grams of cocaine and stealing £22 worth of groceries from Sainsbury's on June 1 last year. He was also ordered to pay a total of £100 to the court.

Terry John Atkins, 40, was jailed for 36 weeks and banned him from driving for 15 months after admitting harassment of an ex-girlfriend. Atkins, of North Street, Topsham, pleaded guilty to charges, including two of driving while banned, two of harassment. The offences came in breach of an earlier suspended sentence. Atkins was also banned from entering the county of Devon until November 2021 and ordered to pay a total of £115.

Andrew David Boyle, 36, was banned from driving after being caught driving with no licence or insurance while using a hand-held mobile phone on September 30 at Okehampton. Boyle, of North Road, Holsworthy, pleaded guilty to three charges and was given six points with a six-month disqualification. He was also ordered to pay a total of £230 to the court.

Ben Lewis Lovegrove, 23, was given six penalty points and fined £283 after speeding on the M5 motorway near junction 30 in a Seat Leon. Lovegrove, of Elderberry Way, Willand, pleaded guilty to one charge on October 31.
Moussa Sidibe, 43, was given three penalty points fined and ordered to pay a total of £190 after driving an Audi without a licence. Sidibe, of Alphington Street, was caught on Longbridge Meadow in August last year.
Harriet Rose Stevens, 22, was given five penalty points and ordered to pay a total of £315 after speeding in an Audi A5. Stevens, of Kingsdown Crescent, pleaded guilty to one offence on the A38 at Wobbly Wheel in August last year.

Thomas Hemmings, 19, was banned for a year and ordered to pay a total of £380 after admitting driving with excess alcohol. Hemmings, of Campion Gardens, Exeter, pleaded guilty after being measured with 42mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath on Sidwell Street driving a Honda Civic on October 6 last year.

Caroline Drew, 64, was given six penalty points and ordered to pay a total of £195 after speeding on Beare Straight, Broadclyst, in February 2016. Drew, of Shortlands Road, Cullompton, denied one offence of exceeding 50mph and a second of failing to identify the driver of a VW Sharan but was convicted by magistrates.
James Stuart Hodge, 35, was given a community order with 100 hours of unpaid work after assaulting Lisa-Marie Hodge in September last year. Hodge, of Highfield, Stockley English, Crediton, pleaded guilty to two charges and ordered to pay a total of £170 to the court.

Gerard James Joseph Lambe, 42, was banned for three years after driving in a Seat Leon with excess alcohol on Honiton Road, Exeter. Lambe, of Berry Farm Cottages, Berry Pomeroy, pleaded guilty after being measured with 52mcg of alcohol in 1100ml of breath in June last year. He changed his plea to guilty ahead of an organised trial and was ordered to pay costs of £1,500 to the Crown Prosecution Service out of a total court order of £1,680. He was offered the chance to do a rehabilitation course which would knock off 10 per cent of the disqualification.

Paul Royston Johnson, 24, was given a conditional discharge for six months after stealing bottles of spirits from the Co-op in Exmouth. Johnson, of Albion Street, pleaded guilty to one charge of theft in January and was ordered to pay £19 compensation.

William John Roast, 47, received a six-month jail term suspended for 12 months after failing to comply with the requirements of the sex offenders register. Roast, of College Road, Exeter, pleaded guilty to seven offences and was ordered him to pay £115 to the court, deducted from benefits.

Jake Liam White, 22, was banned for a year and ordered to pay a total of £457 after admitting driving with excess alcohol driving a Vauxhall Zafira on Kings Crescent, Tiverton, in October last year. White, of Kings Crescent, pleaded guilty after being measured with 57mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath.

Richard John Joseph Newbery, 37, was fined £1,000 and ordered to pay costs of £1,600 after running an unauthorised waste facility. Newbery, of Wynards Farm, Salcombe Regis, pleaded guilty and was also ordered to remove items from the site.

Michael James O'Donnell, 48, was given a conditional discharge for 12 months after admitting threatening and abusive words and behaviour in January. O'Donnell, of Beacon Hill, Exmouth, pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay £20 to the court.

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