Assaulting police, stealing booze and other recent Hartlepool court cases

The following cases from the Hartlepool area were dealt with recently at Teesside Magistrates’ Court:

Thursday, 1st April 2021, 9:51 pm

Jacob Samuel Sleeman, 27, of Grange Road, Hartlepool, received a six-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay a £22 conditional discharge and £85 prosecution costs after admitting using threatening or abusive words or behaviour to railway staff on November 15.

Lindsay Louise McMahon, 35, of Killarney Avenue, Downhill, Sunderland, received an 18-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay a £22 conditional discharge and £85 costs after admitting stealing £361 of meat, alcohol and household goods from Asda, in Hartlepool, on August 26.

Caitlyn Foreman, 20, of Pickard Close, Peterlee, was placed on a community order and ordered to pay £200 compensation, a £95 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting assaulting two police officers on October 13, 2019. One of the attacks was in Hartlepool.

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These Hartlepool area cases were dealt with recently at Teesside Magistrates Court, in Middlesbrough. Picture by FRANK REID.

Jennifer Louise Stoddart, 37, of Tower Street, Hartlepool, was placed on a community order and ordered to pay £76 compensation after admitting committing six shop thefts in 2020. Items taken included wallpaper, alcohol and clothing.

Andrea Donna Robinson, 42, of Sheriff Street, Hartlepool, was placed on a community order and ordered to pay £200 compensation after admitting committing four assaults on March 15.

Adrian Robert Walton, 36, of Raby Gardens, Hartlepool, was ordered to pay an £80 fine, £200 compensation, a £34 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting causing criminal damage on November 11.

Michael Rennie, 45, of Hannover Crescent, Shotton Colliery, received a 24-week jail term, which was suspended for 12 months, after he admitted resisting a police officer in the course of their duty on February 26 and four counts of breaching a restraining order between January-March.

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