Condom thief returned to same chemists twice

A shoplifter returned twice to steal dozens of condoms from a Burton chemist. Gary Knight, 38, of Derby Street, Burton, admitting stealing the condoms from Dean and Smedley Chemist, in Burton, firstly on March 20. He also pleaded guilty to returning and stealing condoms worth GBP101 from the chemist store, on March 22.

Read the latest crime stories here Now he had appeared in the magistrates’ court where he was fined GBP80, ordered to pay GBP67.50 court costs and GBP101 compensation. He was among the latest people to appear in court.

Here are the latest people to appear in court: David Amankwah, 26, of Victoria Street, Newcastle under Lyme, admitted driving a vehicle in Harrison Street, Newcastle under Lyme on January 22, otherwise than in accordance with a licence and without insurance. He has been fined GBP333, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP34 victim surcharge.

His licence has been endorsed with six points. Paul Harvey, 39, of London Road, Chesterton, Newcastle under Lyme, admitted participating in a gathering indoors in Holly Road, Newcastle under Lyme which consisted of two or more people contrary to the coronavirus restrictions on November 16. He has been fined GBP166, ordered to pay a GBP34 victim surcharge.

Brett Smith, 35, of Sankey Grove, Fradley, admitted driving a Jaguar in The Wych Elm pub car park, Burntwood, and failing to report an accident when damage was caused to a Fiat 500 on August 1, 2020. He also admitted driving the car without due care and attention. He has been fined GBP120, ordered to pay GBP110 court costs and a GBP34 victim surcharge.

His licence has been endorsed with seven points. Jason Glover, 30, of Station Road, Winford, Cheshire, was convicted of using a Ford Transit van in Hilton Park on the M6 southbound at Cannock when it had no fuel cap, a loose battery and an incorrectly strapped rear of the vehicle. The offences happened on March 4.

He has been fined GBP220, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP34 victim surcharge. His licence has been endorsed with three points. George Johnson, 30, of Everglade Close, in Macclesfield, Cheshire, was convicted of drawing a trailer, namely a white Man Truck VRM on the right hand or offside lane of a length of carriageway of the M6 southbound at Stafford which had three or more traffic lanes open for use by traffic proceeding in the same direction, on March 4.

He has been fined GBP200, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP34 victim surcharge. His licence has been endorsed with three points. Ciobanu Nicusor, 19, of Burton Road, in Branston, has been convicted of not wearing a seatbelt in a Volkswagen in Uxbridge Street, in Burton, on February 19.

He has been fined GBP220, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP34 victim surcharge. His licence has been endorsed with six points. Yomtov Jacobs, 50, of Richmond Avenue, Prestwich, Manchester, was convicted of driving a grey Volo at 101mph on the M6 at Stafford, on March 21, exceeding the 70mph speed limit.

He has been fined GBP660, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP66 victim surcharge. His licence has been endorsed with six points. Stephen James, 61, of Bowers Court, Stone, Staffordshire, admitted driving a Volkswagen at 104mph on the M6 at Stafford, on March 17, exceeding the 70mph speed limit.

He has been fined GBP784, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP78 victim surcharge. He has been banned from driving for six months due to repeat offending. Norman Zawayira, 48, of Clayshotts Lane, Witham, Essex, admitted driving an Audi at 130mph on the M6 at Stafford, on April 5, exceeding the 70mph speed limit.

He has been fined GBP346, ordered to pay GBP90 court costs and a GBP78 victim surcharge. He has been banned from driving for 56 days.

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