This week’s court listings for Leyland.
A man has been fined £600 after failing to give information to police about a driver alleged to have committed an offence. The case of Robert Bolinski, 32, from Ashdown Drive, Clayton-le-Woods, was proved in his absence. He must also pay a £60 victim surcharge and £85 in costs. Six points were also added to his driving licence.
A man has pleaded guilty to stealing £22.40 worth of meat from Tesco Express in Leyland. Paul Ian Richardson, 34, from Golden Hill Lane, Leyland, was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 and a criminal courts charge of £150, discharged conditionally for 12 months.
A woman who broke a 30mph speed limit has been fined £35. Shauna Patricia Ingham, 52, from Longmeanygate, Leyland, pleaded guilty, and also had three points added to her licence. She must also pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.
A man has been fined £200 for driving faster than a 30mph speed limit. The case of Darren James Cadman, 33, from Hastings Road, Leyland, was proved in his absence. He must also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 in court costs, and had three points added to his licence.
A woman has been fined £200 after being caught without a train ticket and getting on a train at Leyland. The case of Rebecca Boyle, 28, from Eastwood Road, Leyland, was proved in her absence. She must also pay compensation of £4.30, a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £150.
A woman who drove under the influence of alcohol in Market Street, Chorley, must carry out 80 hours of unpaid work. Carly Simone Hadlum, 30, from Dorset Drive, Buckshaw Village, admitted the charge. She has been disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 23 months, which will be reduced by 23 weeks if she completes a course by December next year. She must also pay a £60 victim surcharge, costs of £85, and a £150 criminal courts charge.
A man has been found to be not guilty of a driving offence after a trial. Philip Howard Read, 48, from The Green, Eccleston, was accused of failing to give information to police about a driver alleged to have committed an offence. He denied the charge, and was found to be innocent.
A drink-driver has been fined £110 and banned from getting behind the wheel for 12 months. Alasdair Iain Macpheat, 23, from Goldfinch Court, Chorley, confessed to driving in Leyland under the influence of alcohol. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £20, costs of £50 to the Crown Prosecution Service, and a criminal courts charge of £150. His disqualification will be reduced by 13 weeks if he completes a course by April.