Andrew Tiley , 36, of Smythen Street, Exeter, failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence order which was made last September by failing to attend appointments as directed by a supervising officer on four occasions and failed to attend a drug rehabilitation review on one occasion. He also failed to provide evidence of a reasonable excuse for doing so within agreed time limits. The suspended sentence order was imposed following convictions for entering a building as a trespasser and stealing a phone, and assault. The order was revoked and implemented as a sentence of 14 weeks because of the serious nature of his offending.
Kye Roberts , 20, of Marguerite Road, Tiverton, was fined £60 for driving in Great Western Way on September 1 last year in a car that was equipped with a filament lamp, namely headlamps, that did not comply with recognised regulations. He will also have to pay a £15 victim surcharge and £60 costs.
Natalie Framingham , 34, of Burnthouse Lane, Exeter, pleaded guilty to being the parent of a child who was failing to regularly attend school between March 6 and July 6 last year. She was fined £50 with a £15 victim surcharge. There was also an order for costs of £25.
Vicky Coombes , 30, of Lancelot Place, Exeter, was found guilty of failing to comply with the indication given by a traffic sign, namely a red light signal, in Queen Street on May 31 last year having denied the charge. She was fined £125 with a £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Her licence was also endorsed with three points.
Neil Roast , 33, of Higher Barley Mount, Exeter, changed his plea and admitted driving on the A30 near Okehampton on July 13 while exceeding the speed limit. He was fined £300 with a £15 victim surcharge and costs of £60. His driving licence was additionally endorsed with five points.
A 15-year-old from Sidmouth assaulted a man by beating him on September 22. He pleaded guilty to this and was referred to Exeter's youth offender panel for a period of six months. He will have to pay £75 in compensation to his victim as well as £75 costs.
Julie Back , 59, of Bonhay Road, Exeter, received a six-month conditional discharge after she pleaded guilty to being the parent of a child who was failing to regularly attend school between May 7 and November 5 last year. She will also have to pay costs of £25.
Lewis Jones , 18, of Arena Park, Exeter, pleaded guilty to stealing various articles belonging to a woman on November 9 last year, of an unknown value. He received a 12-month conditional discharge with a victim surcharge of £15 and no order for costs or any compensation.
Michael Frew , 38, of Darwin Court, Exeter, pursued a course of conduct between March 31 and November 24 which amounted to the harassment of a person in that he regularly waited at her place of work, engaged in unwanted conversation, made approaches of a sexual nature and provided unwanted gifts including a condom. He pleaded guilty and was committed to prison for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months. The offence was deemed to be serious as it was planned and committed on bail, involved stalking a victim, and previous offences were recorded against him regarding other women. The suspended sentence order has a number of different requirements which include his participation in a mental health programme. A restraining order was also made which will prevent him from contacting the victim by any means, following her to her place of work or home address or being within 100 metres of her. An application has been made for sexual offences prevention order and this is to be the subject of a further court hearing.
Terrance Carnell , 23, of Manstone Avenue, Sidmouth, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour within the hearing or sight of someone likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress on December 14 last year. He was fined £100 with a £20 victim surcharge. There was also an order for costs of £85. The offence put him in breach of a conditional discharge he received last February for criminal damage but no action was taken in respect of this.
Christopher Moffat , 41, of Thomas Close, Exmouth, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in the town on December 14. He was fined £75 with a £20 victim surcharge and cost of £85.
Ilyas Sanchez , 49, of Exe Street, Exeter, who the court heard has more than 30 different aliases, destroyed the lock at a city property without lawful excuse on September 28. He changed his plea to guilty having initially denied responsibility. He received a conditional discharge for 18 months and was ordered to pay £350 in compensation to the property's owner with £100 costs.
Alexander Hughes , 26, of Town Lane, Woodbury, changed his plea and admitted that he obtained services, namely entry into the Beautiful Days festival last August, when he knew, or ought to have known, that payment for a ticket was due. He received a conditional discharge for 12 months and was ordered to pay £120 in compensation to the organisation involved in running the event. He will also ordered to pay £85 costs.
Shaun Maddicks , 35, of no fixed abode, received stolen goods, namely a jacket, sat nav and mobile phone belonging to two people on January 19, knowing or believing the same to be stolen goods. He pleaded guilty and was committed to prison for six weeks. The offence was deemed to be serious by magistrates because of Maddicks' list of previous convictions.
Kate Williams , 33, of no fixed abode but who resides in Exeter, stole beach goods to the value of £9.49 belonging to Aladdin's Cave on May 12 last year. She changed her plea and admitted this offence having already pleaded guilty to stealing fragrances worth £334 with another from Boots on January 4; a handbag and necklaces worth £42 from BHS on January 14 and various items from Store 21 on the same date worth £77.95. She also pleaded guilty to being in possession of a quantity of methadone. She was sent to prison for four weeks. The offence was deemed to be serious because of her numerous previous convictions and the defendant had failed to comply with terms set out at an earlier hearing where the decision was taken to issue a deferred sentence.
Stephen Gowers , 26, of Clinton Terrace, Budleigh Salterton, had the case against him withdrawn in a matter of driving without insurance in Exmouth on September 14 last year by the Crown Prosecution Service. The CPS said it would not be proceeding with the case as Gowers is currently serving a 14-year prison sentence for the rape and sexual assault of a child.
Adrian Irimescu , 28, of Alphington Road, Exeter, drove in Bonhay Road in the city on December 23 while disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence. He pleaded guilty to this and also to failing without reasonable excuse to surrender to custody on January 15. A community order was made which will see him have to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months. He will also have to pay a victim surcharge of £60 with no order for costs. He will be banned from driving for a further 18 months.
John Fairer , 26, of Ludwell Lane, Exeter, and Mark Tierney, 29, of Bonhay Road, Exeter, pleaded guilty to jointly stealing perfume worth £70 from Boots in the city on January 3. Both received nine-month conditional discharges and will have to pay victim surcharges of £15.
Alan Webber , 34, of Everest Drive, Seaton, was sent to prison for 17 weeks after pleading guilty to stealing three perfumes worth £186 belonging to Boots on January 21. The offence put him in breach of a community order he received on January 11 in respect of theft. Magistrates said the offences were serious because of his 81 previous convictions for theft and dishonesty, and for committing the offence while subject to the community order.
Karl Hake , 44, of Littleway, Exeter, admitted being drunk and disorderly at St David's Train Station on January 5. He received a nine-month conditional discharge and will have to pay a victim surcharge of £15.
Mark Hancock , 39, of Hillcrest, Cullompton, pleaded guilty to driving in the Mid Devon town on January 6 when the proportion of alcohol in his breath was 71mg in 100ml, exceeding the prescribed limit. He was fined £100 with a £20 victim surcharge and no order for costs. He was also banned from driving for 18 months which can be reduced by 18 weeks if he completes an approved driving course.