Chorley Court Listings - Tuesday September 11 2018
Here is a summary of court cases involving people from Chorley and Leyland
Linford Stephen Ainsworth, 23, of Maud Street, Chorley, was sent to prison for four months by Preston magistrates for assaulting a woman and dishonestly made a false representation. He also had to serve two weeks concurrently for eight counts of theft, destroying property. The offences happened in Morrisons, Asda and Co-Op in Chorley between June 26 and July 5.
Jason Craig Martin, 31, of Hollinshead Street, Chorley, was sent to prison for 10 weeks by Preston magistrates for stealing gin worth £42 from Tesco, in Leyland, on July 7.
Anthony James Whiteside, 33, of Balcarres Road, Chorley, was fined £300 by Chorley magistrates for damaging walls and furnishing. He also had to pay £200 compensation, £30 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. The offence happened in Chorley on March 29.
Kirk Yates, 29, of Leyland Lane, Leyland, was fined £440 by Preston magistrates for damaging a front door and glass TV stand. He had to pay £44 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. The offence happened in Leyland on June 25.
Andrew Roy Almond, 47, of Newport Close, Buckshaw Village, was fined £266 by Preston magistrates for driving at a speed exceeding 30mph. He had to pay £85 court costs and £30 victim surcharge. His record was endorsed with three points. The offence happened in London Road, Preston, on December 30.
Andrew Hart, 31, of Birch Field, Clayton-le-Woods, Chorley, was fined £660 by Preston magistrates for failing to give information relating to the driver of a vehicle, who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He also had to pay £66 victim surcharge abd £85 court costs. His record was endorsed with six points. The offence happened in Preston on March 22.
Sharleen Gemma Swift, 34, of Croft Road, Chorley, was fined £660 by Preston magistrates for driving without valid insurance and licence. She also had to pay £66 victim surcharge and £85 court costs. Her record was endorsed, The offence happened in Chorley on January 3.