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Cases which have been dealt with by Exeter Magistrates Court this week

By This is Devon  |  Posted: June 14, 2010

Exeter-magistrates
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Gavin Heywood, 33, of Arena Park, Exeter, received a 12-month conditional discharge after admitting using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment or alarm.

Evelyn Mary Houghton, 58, of Haydons Park, Honiton, was ordered to pay fines and court costs of £490 and banned from driving for 28 months after admitting driving a Renault Clio while over the drink drive limit.

Mark Reeve Kersey, 20, of Newman Road, Exeter, was ordered to pay fines and court costs of £304 after admitting using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and damaging a police cell.

Jack Edward Andrews, 19, of Courtenay, Honiton, was ordered to pay fines and costs of £200 and banned from driving for a year after admitting driving while over the drink drive limit.

Myles Alexander Redfern, 24, of Angel Hill, Tiverton, was ordered to pay fines, costs and compensation of £365 after admitting assaulting Jack Pugsley.

Thomas Arnold Browne, 35, of Smallbrook Farm, Newton St Cyres, was ordered to pay fines and costs of £1,450 and banned from driving for 20 months after he was caught drink driving on the M5 near Cullompton in a Toyota Landcruiser. He changed an initial not guilty plea and admitted the offence.

Danny Lee Warren, 18, of Tristan Close, Exeter, was electronically tagged and ordered to abide by a curfew order which will keep him in his home between the hours of 7pm and 7am until Tuesday, July 6 after admitting assaulting Stewart Wells. Warren must also complete 150 hours' unpaid work.

Steven Brooks, 27, of Lovelace Gardens, had his request to vary a community order turned down. A suspended sentence order he received for an assault conviction was made more onerous by the addition of a 12-month supervision requirement after he admitted breaching a curfew which had been imposed by the court.

Shaun Spencer Greenham, 18, of Browning Close, Exeter, was ordered to pay costs of £50 and carry out eight more hours of unpaid community work after admitting breaching a community order without reasonable excuse.

Sharon Ann Shaw, of Berry Close, Exmouth, received an 18-month conditional discharge after admitting four charges of failing to notify the Department of Work and Pensions that she was working when it would affect her benefits entitlement.

Alexis Victoria Fuller, 25, of Townfield, Exminster, was ordered to pay fines and costs of £370 after admitting drink driving. She was banned from driving for 16 months.

A warrant was issued for the arrest of Jason Holland, 37, of no fixed address, Exmouth, after he failed to attend court to face a charge of possession of a Gamo gas-powered ball bearing pistol in a public place.

Mark Thomas Cooper, 21, of Hofheim Drive, Tiverton, was ordered to pay fines and court costs of £205 after admitting using threatening words or behaviour.

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