In the dock: six people convicted at Poole Magistrates’ Court
KELLY DIMMICK, 46, of West Cliff Road, Bournemouth, admits to stealing a 60 milliliter YSL perfume worth £ 62 belonging to Boots in Commercial Road, Bournemouth on October 29, 2020. Held in prison for six weeks, suspended for six months. Pay compensation of £ 62. Also admits to stealing razors worth £ 9.99 belonging to Superdrug in High Street, Christchurch on February 7. Engaged in prison for six simultaneous weeks, suspended for six months. Pay compensation of £ 9.99.
JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ BONILLA, 48, and of Cardigan Road, Bournemouth, admits to committing an act, namely going to an address in Bournemouth on March 13, which he was prohibited from doing by a court order issued December 9, 2020. Community order made, whereby the defendant must fulfill up to 15 days of rehabilitation activity requirement. To pay an additional £ 95 and a fee of £ 85.
FRANCESCA LOUISE WALTON, 28, and Buckthorn Lane, Minister for Wimborne, admits knowing that on-site payment for the goods supplied, i.e. obtaining gasoline, was required or expected of her, dishonestly fleeing without paying as required or planned and with intent to avoid payment of £ 77.62 to Poole on February 15, 2019. Fine of £ 323. To pay compensation of £ 77.62, supplement of £ 30 and costs of £ 100. Also admits knowing that on-the-spot payment for the goods supplied, i.e. obtaining gasoline, was required or expected of her, dishonestly running away without paying as required or expected and with the intention of avoiding payment of £ 20.01 at Bournemouth on March 26, 2019. Pay compensation of £ 22.01.
MOHAMMED HABIB ALAM, 27, of Spenlow Close, Portsmouth, admits having stood up to PC Galliver and PC Cooke, officers in the line of duty at Upper Norwich Road, Bournemouth on May 11. Conditional release for six months. To pay an additional £ 22 and a charge of £ 350.
MELINDA BUNDY, 45, from Pine Road, Bournemouth, admits to being drunk and messy in Bournemouth on May 13. No separate sanction. Also admits to assaulting a rescuer, namely PC Chapman, acting in the line of duty as such, by beating her in Bournemouth on May 13. Incarcerated in prison for four weeks simultaneously. Pay compensation of £ 50. Also admits having used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior towards another person with the intent to make that person believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against him by any person, or to induce the use of immediate unlawful violence by her at Bournemouth on May 18. Engaged in prison for four consecutive weeks. Also confesses to assaulting a rescuer, namely PC Chapman, acting in the line of duty as such, by beating him in Bournemouth on 18 May. Incarcerated for four weeks simultaneously. Also admits to damaging a holding cell in Poole Custody worth £ 45 belonging to Dorset Police on May 18. Engaged in prison for four weeks simultaneously. Also admits to damaging a £ 60 special risk clothing top belonging to Dorset Police in Poole on May 18. Engaged in prison for four weeks. Also admits the commission of another offense during the operational period of a conditional sentence order issued on March 8 for three harassment offenses, seven counts of criminal damage and assaulting a rescuer. 20-week conditional sentence, suspended for 12 months, pronounced as a 12-week sentence. Total duration of the sentence 16 weeks.
MICHAEL JAMES ROGERS, 38, of Lagland Street, Poole, admits with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress to CSAS officers, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior or disorderly behavior, thereby causing that person or another person to harass, alarm or distress in High Street, Poole on May 19th. Conditional release for three months. To pay an additional £ 22 and a fee of £ 85.