A round-up of this week’s court listings from Chorley.
A man must carry out 100 hours’ unpaid work after admitting to breaking into a house and stealing a necklace and food worth £220. Adam Ivan James Cadman, 21, from Derwent Road, Chorley, trespassed in a house in Devonport Way, Chorley. He then committed fraud by selling the stolen necklace, for £31.50. He must also attend appointments with an officer for six months. And he must pay compensation of £30, a victim surcharge of £80, costs of £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service, and a criminal courts charge of £180.
A number of people have each been fined £600 after failing to give information to police about drivers accused of committing offences. Six points were also added to the licences of Elizabeth Fadden, from Bredon Avenue, 60, from Euxton; Faghrie Deen Raffie, 40, from Fairview Drive, Adlington, and Laura Scott, 27, from Hannah Court, Buckshaw Village. The separate cases were all proved in the defendants’ absence. They must each also pay a £60 victim surcharge and £85 in court costs.
A 66-year-old has been fined for speeding. Anthony Joseph Halshaw, from Longfield Avenue, Coppull, pleaded guilty to driving faster than the 30mph limit in Park Road, Chorley. He was fined £35, and must also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Three points were added to his licence.
A man has confessed to driving without due care and attention in Wigan Road, Euxton. Nikos Tsimboykas, 26, from Sandringham Avenue, Leyland, was fined £90 and had four points added to his licence. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.
A man has been taken to court for five counts of breaking a drinking banning order. Andrew James Lord, 32, from Halliwell Street, Chorley, was fined £200 for the breach. He was summoned to court on three separate occasions for the five offences, and must pay a total of £255 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, as well as a £20 victim surcharge, and a criminal courts charge of £150. The cases were proved in his absence.
A woman has been fined £50 for breaking a 30mph speed limit. Julie Anne Watson, 42, from The Cherries, Euxton, pleaded guilty. Three points were added to her licence, and she must also pay victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.
A woman has been banned from driving for 12 months after failing to give information to police about a driver alleged to have committed an offence. The case of Catalin Hodorog, 39, from Eaves Lane, Chorley, was proved in her absence. She was also fined £600, and must pay a victim surcharge of £60 and court costs of £85.