Court Round-up: Remote control theft and other petty crimes in Hartlepool

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The following cases were dealt with by Hartlepool Magistrates’ Court.

On Thursday, September 10, James Thomas Wallace, 35, of Inverness Road, Hartlepool, was made the subject of a 12-month community order after he admitted damaging five car windows and a house window on August 25.

He pleaded guilty to breaching a non-molestation order on the same day when he was subject to a conditional discharge.

He was also given a one year restraining order and ordered to pay the victim £300 compensation.

The court also imposed £85 prosecution costs and a £150 court charge.

Magistrates dealt with the following cases on Monday, September 14.

Christopher Bell, 44, of Grange Road, Hartlepool, disqualified from driving for a year and given an eight-week curfew.

He pleaded guilty to taking a BMW without consent, having no insurance and no licence, on June 26.

Bell will also have to pay a total of £600 compensation plus a £180 courts charge.

Michael Patrick Boagey, 32, Of St Anns Court, Hartlepool, was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £100 compensation and a criminal courts charge of £150 after sealing a bicycle to the value of £80 on August 13.

Roxanne Simone Cockerill, 27, of Wilson Street, Hartlepool, was given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a criminal courts charge of £150 and a £15 victim surcharge after admitting to stealing a universal remote, to the value of £15, belonging to Tesco on August 21.

Wayne Anthony Crossling, 43, of Burbank Street, Hartlepool, admitted he failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order imposed on January 26 this year by failing to attend unpaid work on 19/5/15 and 20/5/15. He was given was an extra 28 hours unpaid work on his community order.