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Court Register: King's Lynn Magistrates' Court, October 26-30




OCTOBER 26

Jack Pickhard, 78, of Station Street, Swaffham. Drink-driving, 110 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, prescribed limit 35, Fareham, Hampshire, £416 fine, £105 costs, £41 victim surcharge, two year driving disqualification. Disqualification to be reduced by 24 weeks upon satisfactory completion of a rehabilitation course.

Ben Reeve, 42, c/o Goodwins Road, Lynn. Theft of a bicycle, of unknown value, Lynn, 18 month community order, with 30 day Thinking Skills programme, plus maximum 25 days' rehabilitation activity, £100 fine, £105 costs, £95 victim surcharge.

The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. (8155882)
The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. (8155882)

Julian Quadling, 51, of Small Lode, Upwell. Driving without insurance, Church Drove, Outwell, £180 fine, £105 costs, £32 victim surcharge, six penalty points. Driving without insurance, Lynn Road, Downham, £180 fine, six month driving disqualification. Driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, Church Drove, Outwell, no separate penalty. Driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, Lynn Road, Downham, no separate penalty.

Bazz McCormack, 54, of Wimbotsham Road, Downham. Possession of 0.3 grams of cocaine, a class A drug, Downham, £350 fine, £105 costs, £35 victim surcharge. Possession of 13 grams of cannabis, a class B drug, Downham, no separate penalty, drug ordered to be forfeited and destroyed.

Simon Bond, 38, of Langhorns Lane, Outwell. Driving while disqualified, Edge Bank, Emneth, £40 fine, £34 victim surcharge, three month driving disqualification. Driving without insurance, Edge Bank, Emneth, no separate penalty.

OCTOBER 27

Jurgita Cepaite, 42, of Columbia Way, North Lynn. Assaulted an emergency worker by beating, Lynn, £200 fine, £50 compensation, £300 costs. Participated in a gathering of more than two people in breach of emergency coronavirus regulations, Lynn, no separate penalty.

Rudy Self, 34, of Anderson Close, North Lynn. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with a community element of a suspended sentence order, £75 fine, £100 costs.

OCTOBER 28

Lee Dent, 37, of Walnut Avenue North, West Winch. Took fish otherwise than in accordance with a licence, Pentney Lakes, £300 fine, £60 costs, £32 victim surcharge.

Mark Exall, 52, of Railway Road, Lynn. Took fish otherwise than in accordance with a licence, Pentney Lakes, £360 fine, £135 costs, £36 victim surcharge.

Gary Murrells, 49, of Railway Road, Lynn. Took fish otherwise than in accordance with a licence, Pentney Lakes, £360 fine, £135 costs, £36 victim surcharge.

Ben Tyler, 37, of Alan Jarvis Way, Terrington St Clement. Assaulted an emergency worker by beating, Lynn, £300 fine, £100 compensation. Drunk and disorderly, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Lynn, no separate penalty.

OCTOBER 29

Paul Paget, 53, of Lawrence Road, North Lynn. Drunk and disorderly, Railway Road, Lynn, six month conditional discharge, £50 costs, £21 victim surcharge.

Kyle Britton, 22, of Fishers End Close, Snettisham. Damaged a window and pots, of unknown value, Lynn, £80 fine, £100 compensation. Possession of a quantity of ketamine, a class B drug, Lynn, no separate penalty, drug ordered to be forfeited and destroyed.

Michael Cruz, 20, of Pleasance Close, Gaywood. Possession of a quantity of diamorphine, a class A drug, Lynn, 12 month conditional discharge, £50 costs, £21 victim surcharge, drugs ordered to be forfeited and destroyed.

Shane Wilson, 26, of Sandringham Road, Gaywood. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with post-custody supervision requirements, £100 fine. Used threatening behaviour, Lynn, £50 fine, £34 victim surcharge. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order, no adjudication, re-sentenced for original offences. Theft of bedding, worth £17.98, from QD Stores, Lynn, 12 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. Theft of a bicycle, of unknown value, Lynn, 12 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, to run concurrently. Theft of a bicycle, of unknown value, Lynn, 12 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, to run concurrently. Possession of an article in public for use in connection with theft, bolt croppers, Lynn, 12 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, to run concurrently.

OCTOBER 30

David Hayter, 34, of Punsfer Way, Tilney St Lawrence. Observing a private act for sexual gratification, Lynn, 14 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for two years, with 150 hours' unpaid work, 25 day accrediated programme, plus maximum 25 days' rehabilitation activity, £100 compensation, £145 costs, £115 victim surcharge, seven year registration order. Made an indecent image of a child, Lynn, 14 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for two year, to run consecutively, with 150 hours' unpaid work, 25 day accrediated programme, plus maximum 25 days' rehabilitation activity. Application for sexual harm prevention order, seven year order granted.

Nick Spicer, 27, of Hills Close, Sporle. Drunk and disorderly, Hills Close, Sporle, six month conditional discharge, £50 costs, £22 victim surcharge.

Claire Ward, 37, of Coulton Close, North Lynn. Assaulted an emergency worker by beating, Lynn, 12 month conditional discharge, £70 compensation. Drunk and disorderly, Edward Benefer Way, Lynn, no separate penalty.

Jack Webb, 27, of Campsey Road, Southery. Drug-driving, 2.3 micrograms of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol per litre of blood, prescribed limit two, A1122, Downham, "33 fine, £105 costs, £32 victim surcharge, 12 month driving disqualification.

James Bos, 53, of Chapel Lane, Wimbotsham. Possession of 5.93 grams of cannabis, a class B drug, Lynn, £400 fine, £105 costs, £40 victim surcharge, drugs ordered to be forfeited and destroyed.



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