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Round-up from the courtrooms

News from the courts.

News from the courts.

The following north Northumberland residents have appeared before magistrates in the past two weeks.

Simon Doole, 18, from Cedar Grove, Alnwick, was convicted of taking a vehicle, assault and criminal damage at South East Northumberland Magistrates Court on Friday, May 30.

He was given a youth rehabilitation order and was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 12 months. He was also ordered to pay a total of £140 in compensation and victim surcharge.

At the same court, on Tuesday, June 3, Nicholas David McKie, 23, of Clayport Gardens, Alnwick, was convicted of shoplifting and criminal damage.

He was conditionally discharged for two years, but was ordered to pay a total of £358 in compensation, costs and victim surcharge.

On that same day, three others were convicted of driving offences at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court.

Billy-Jade Dixon, 19, of Leslie Drive, Amble, was convicted of driving with no insurance.

Her licence was endorsed with six points and she was ordered to pay a total of £255 in fines, costs and victim surcharge.

Karl John Minogue, 48, of Netherton, near Rothbury was convicted of driving with no insurance and without a licence.

He was ordered to pay a total of £160 while his licence was endorsed with six points.

Ross James Pringle, 20, of Woodside Crescent, Hadston, was convicted of failing to comply with a red light.

He was fined £50 on top of costs of £30 and a victim surcharge of £20. His licence was endorsed with three points.

 
 
 

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