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In Court: Cases heard at Central Devon Magistrates' Court

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: August 14, 2014

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Kayleigh McGahey, @ 23, of St Katherine's Road, Exeter, pleaded guilty to failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions about a change of circumstances she knew would affect her entitlement to income support between January 16 2013 and July 25 2013. She was given a nine-month conditional discharge and must pay a £15 victim surcharge.

Craig Snow, @ 37, of Green Acre, near Tiverton, admitted assaulting a female victim by beating on June 1. He was given a 12 month conditional discharge and must pay £40 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

Stephen Yard, @ 40, of Lawrence Close, Exeter, was found guilty of criminal damage of an iPhone in Exeter on April 13. He was ordered to pay £150 compensation.

Alexander Thomson, @ 57, c/o Taunton Close, Exeter, has been found guilty of being in possession of a lock knife in Exeter on August 13, 2013. He was given a six-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and must pay an £80 victim surcharge.

Martyn Glover, @ 56, of Westwood, Broadclyst, has pleaded guilty to failing to provide details of the identification of a driver suspected of committing an offence on March 4. He was fined £400 and must pay £85 costs and a £40 victim surcharge, His licence was also endorsed with six penalty points.

Ryan Fearnley, @ 26, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis in Exeter on June 26. He was given a four-week prison sentence, suspended for six months and must pay an £80 victim surcharge.

Maria Johnson, @ 47, of no fixed address admitted assaulting a police officer and being found drunk in a public place in Sidwell Street, Exeter, on June 27. She was given a six-month conditional discharge and must pay £50 compensation and £85 costs.

Darren Travers,@ 22, of Exeter, admitted causing £100 of criminal damage to a room at the Crescent bed and breakfast in Queen’s Crescent, Exeter, on July 10. He also admitted a assault on June 13. He was jailed for a total of 16 weeks which included activation of a suspended sentence for a previous offence.

Jack Campbell, @ 19, of Verney Street, Exeter, stole lager from Lidl and Costcutter in Exeter on June 25. He must carry out 40 hours of unpaid work and must pay compensation and a victim surcharge totalling £60.

Simone Massimini, @ 24, of Slewton Crescent, Exeter, pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was stopped on Barley Lane, Exeter, on June 25 and gave a reading of 45mg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. He was banned from driving for 12 months and must pay a fine, costs and a victim surcharge totalling £360.

Scott Seldon, @ 26, of Thursby Walk, Exeter, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention on December 18, 2013. He must pay fines, costs and a victim surcharge totalling £220. His licence was endorsed with four penalty points.

Ben Sene, @ 24, of Bowring Close, Exeter, has admitted driving without due care and attention, failing to stop at the scene of an accident, not reporting an accident and driving without the proper insurance. The offences were committed on April 28. He must pay fines and a victim surcharge totalling £200 and his licence was endorsed with eight penalty points.

Rachel Eidam, @ 42, of Peel Row, Exeter, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer in the execution of his duty in Exeter on June 29. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and must pay £25 compensation.

Johnson Jones,@ 27, c/o Tor Close, Exeter, admitted dishonestly receiving stolen goods, namely a silver Macbook Pro, in Exeter on June 30. He was given a 12-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and must pay an £80 victim surcharge.

Harley Wilkinson, @ 19, of McKenzie Way, Tiverton, was found guilty of assaulting a female victim in Tiverton on February 23 by beating. He was also convicted of criminal damage of an iPhone. He must carry out 150 hours unpaid work, pay costs and compensation totalling £500 and was made the subject of a restraining order.

Maurice Rumbles, @ 62, of no fixed abode, admitted being drunk and disorderly and possessing a knife with a locking blade in Exeter on June 25. He was given a 12 month conditional discharge and must pay £100 in costs and a victim surcharge.

Daniel Brooks, @ 22, of no fixed abode, admitted criminal damage of an automatic door to the value of £620 belonging to Lidl in Exmouth on June 7. He also admitted assaulting a female victim by beating in Exeter on the same date. He must carry out 60 hours of unpaid work and attend a series of sessions. He must also pay compensation and costs totalling £705.75.

Samuel Henshaw, @ 19, of Verney Street, Exeter, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen goods, namely a pink handbag containing a quantity of CDs and DVDs, on January 8. He also admitted stealing alcohol and food from Sainsbury’s in Exeter on March 9. He was given a 12-week suspended prison sentence and must pay compensation of £20.66 and £39.34. He must also carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.

Darshini Yoganathan, @ 27, of Edgerton Park Road, Exeter, admitted failing to stop at the scene of an accident on Union Road and driving without the proper licence on May 28. He must pay fines, costs and a victim surcharge totalling £255. His licence was endorsed with five penalty points.

Jamie Dawson, @ 34, of Smythen Street, Exeter, admitted stealing three bottles of fragrance worth £146 from Boots in Exeter on April 10, a can of Special Brew from Saunders on May 25 and a bottle of vodka from Sainsbury’s on June 23. He also pleaded guilty to possession of Buprenorphine, a class C drug. He was jailed for a total of four weeks.

Fern Martin,@ 28, of Queen Street, Exeter, was found guilty of being unfit to drive a large goods vehicle or passenger-carrying vehicle through drugs. She was banned from driving for 12 months and must pay fines and a victim surcharge totalling £185.

Dean Singer,@ 57, of Tedburn Road, Whitestone, was found guilty of failing to provide information relating to the identification of a driver suspected of committing an offence on August 1, 2013. He must pay fines, costs and a victim surcharge totalling £630. He was given six penalty points but not banned under the totting up procedure because of mitigating circumstances.

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