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Drink-driving, speeding, theft and assaulting police officers - the latest Hartlepool offences at court

The following cases have been dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court.
The following cases have been dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court.

The latest Hartlepool cases to be dealt with at Teesside Magistrates' Court include the following:

Jon Ross, 32, of Lindsay Road, Hartlepool was ordered to pay £930 in fines, costs and back vehicle excise duty, and given three driving licence penalty points for speeding and using a vehicle without an excise licence.

Brian Horton, 40, of Pine Grove, Hartlepool, was conditionally discharged for 12 months and ordered to pay £20 costs for assault.

Phillip Metcalfe, 31, of Willow Walk, Hartlepool, was conditionally discharged for 12 months and ordered to pay compensation and costs of £180 for criminal damage.

Geoffrey Vanes, 32, of Chatham Road, Hartlepool, was ordered to pay £200 compensation for two offences of assaulting a police officer.

Ian Thayne, 48, of Cornwall Street, Hartlepool, was conditionally discharged for six months and ordered to pay £100 compensation for criminal damage.

Kirsty Pearson, 37, of Topcliffe Street, Hartlepool, was conditionally discharged for 18 months and ordered to pay £20 costs for theft.

Donna Brown, 35, of Devon Street, Hartlepool, was ordered to pay £383.47 in fines, costs, and compensation for two offences of theft.

Maciej Gorzycki, 46, of Middleton Road, Hartlepool, was disqualified from driving for 18 months and ordered to pay £415 in fines and costs for driving with excess alcohol.

Bethany Swanson, 20, of Church Street, Seaton Carew, was sentenced to eight weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, 20 rehabilitation activity days, and ordered to pay £56 compensation for theft.

Martin Lund, 58, of Salisbury Place, Hartlepool, was ordered to pay £70 in fines and costs for breach of a domestic violence protection order.

Kristen Martin, 23, of Annandale Crescent, Hartlepool, was sentenced to a community order of 12 months, a curfew of two months, 15 rehabilitation activity days, and ordered to pay £210 in fines and costs for failing to notify a change of circumstances which could affect entitlement to benefits, and for breach of a suspended sentence.