In the dock: 7 people convicted at Poole Magistrates’ Court
The cases of seven people who recently came to Poole Magistrates’ Court.
LILY ANNE CHURCHILL, 18, of Wakely Road, Bournemouth, admits failing to comply with the requirements of a youth rehabilitation order made on June 7 by not showing up for appointments on June 14, 21 June and August 10 and failing to attend a compliance meeting on August 16. Juvenile rehabilitation order revoked. Conditional release for four months.
JACK THOMAS TORPEY, 24, of Station Terrace, Wimborne Minster, admits to using violence to secure entry to premises in Trinidad Crescent, Poole on May 24, knowing there was someone present in these premises who objected to said entry. Conditional release for 12 months. Pay £100 compensation. Also admits damaging police property at Bournemouth Custody and Inquiries in Madeira Road, Bournemouth on May 24. Conditionally released for 12 months. Pay £50 compensation. Also admits having had a quantity of cannabis and cannabis resin at Poole Police Station in Wimborne Road, Poole on May 24. Conditionally released for 12 months. Pay an extra £22 and a fee of £85. Medicines to be confiscated and destroyed.
VERSHAL RELAN, aged 48, of Pinewood Road, Branksome Park, found guilty of failing to provide identification details of the driver of a Land Rover, who is alleged to have committed an offence, after September 9, 2020. Fine £660. Driving record approved with six points. Also found guilty of failing to provide identification information to the driver of a Toyota-powered car, who was allegedly guilty of an offense after Jan. 16. Fine of £660. To pay an extra £66 and a fee of £625. Prohibited from holding or obtaining a driver’s license for six months. Also found guilty of driving a Toyota motor car on the A35 Puddletown Bypass at a speed in excess of 70mph, namely 80mph. Fine of £220. Driving record approved with tree points.
DANIEL BRIAN LONG, 29, from Acorn Avenue, Poole, admits entering as a trespasser at Superdrug in High Street, Poole, stealing toiletries, perfume and electric toothbrushes on May 29 2021. Pay compensation of £340.
LAUREN SARAH VELKOOP, 31, of Sterte Close, Poole, admits failing to comply with supervision requirements imposed after her release from a period of detention in that she failed to attend office visits scheduled for September 14, September 21 and September 26. Failure to Supervise Order issued, that the defendant must follow an overnight curfew for 25 days. Pay £30 compensation.
JIMMY RUSSELL SPIERS, 36, of Upper Road, Poole, admits to having had a quantity of cannabis on July 7. Community order issued, requiring the defendant to perform 120 hours of unpaid work. To pay an extra £114 and a fee of £85. Medicines to be confiscated and destroyed. Also admits having a quantity of cocaine in Anstey Road, Bournemouth on July 7. Community order issued. Medicines to be confiscated and destroyed. Also admits to having a quantity of methadone at Anstey Road, Bournemouth on July 7. Community order issued. Medicines to be confiscated and destroyed. Also admits to having a quantity of amphetamines at Anstey Road, Bournemouth on July 7. Community order issued. Medicines to be confiscated and destroyed.
LEO SEBASTIAN ALEXIS WALKER, aged 40, of Salterns Road, Poole, admits driving a vehicle on the M4 19 to 20 junction westbound in South Gloucestershire on September 11, 2021, at a speed of over 60mph, at namely 69 mph. £40 fine. Pay an extra £16 and a fee of £90. Driving record approved with three points.