Kendal man fined for violating lockdown restrictions
A NUMBER of people have appeared in court for violations and alleged violations of coronavirus restrictions in Kendal.
A series of cases have been heard by the Carlisle Magistrates’ Court. The defendants were either found guilty or charged with breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules earlier this year.
Lee Halhead, of Kendal, pleaded guilty to participating in a rally of two or more people at Tenterfell Court in the town on January 1. This went against the coronavirus restrictions in effect at the time, with the city subject to level four rules. Halhead, 53, of Tenterfell Court, pleaded guilty and was fined £ 120.
lWilliam Joyce, 36, was fined £ 1,760 after leaving his home in Bridge Close, Horsell, Woking, Surrey, and traveling to Kendal on 11 January.
Mona Yaoollahighadikolaei, 32, was fined £ 1,760 after being in Kendal on March 5 – away from her home in Harrow View, Harrow, London, which was subject to level four restrictions on coronaviruses.
Michael Fenlon, 25, was convicted of being in Kendal and therefore outside his home in the level four neighborhood of Battersea, London on March 4. Fenlon, of Dawson House, Circus Road West, Battersea, was fined £ 1,760.
Charlotte Agren, 34, is accused of being in Kendal on March 4 – outside her home in London, which was then subject to level four restrictions on coronaviruses. Agren, of Holland Road, Kensington and Chelsea, is also accused of being in Kendal and away from her home the next day. She has pleaded not guilty to both counts and is scheduled to appear before Carlisle magistrates on September 16 for a case management hearing.
Luke Harris is accused, on February 14, of being in Kendal and therefore of being outside Buckinghamshire, where he lived and which was subject to level four restrictions. It is alleged that he traveled over 300 miles to stay in Airbnb accommodation with his girlfriend. The case was adjourned to allow clarification of a Harris plea. Defendant, 32, now of Millrite Mews, London Road, Stanford Rivers, Ongar, will appear in Carlisle Magistrates’ Court on August 30.