This week’s Leyland court listings.
A youth rehabilitation order ‘with intensive supervision and surveillance’ has been made against a 13-year-old from Leyland. The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been convicted of stealing a £100 camera from a person in Chorley, as well as an iPad, laptop, jewellery and car keys, to the value of £510, after breaking into a house in Leyland. The teenager will be electronically monitored under curfew for 12 weeks, and has also been banned from associating with certain people. He must also participate in an ‘intensive supervision and surveillance programme’ for 90 days, and attend appointments with an officer for 12 months.
A 16-year-old has admitted to stealing a £200 mobile phone from someone, during the period of a youth rehabilitation order. Previous offences carried out by the Leyland teen, who cannot be identified, include theft and assault. He must pay compensation of £50, a victim surcharge of £15, and participate in an ‘extended activity requirement’ for 91 days. He will also be electronically monitored under curfew for three months, and must attend appointments with an officer for 15 months.
A man has been fined £265 after failing to give information to police about a driver alleged to have committed an offence. Christian Luke Thompson, 24, from Seven Stars Road, Leyland, pleaded guilty, and six points were added to his licence. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £27 and costs of £50 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
A speeding driver has been fined £220 and had three points added to his licence. The case of Richard Mark Rigby, 45, from The Maples, Leyland, was proved in his absence. He was charged with breaking a 50mph speed limit in Hutton. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £22, court costs of £85 and a criminal courts charge of £150.
A man must pay a total of £961 after he failed to give information to police about a driver accused of committing an offence. Paul Stringfellow, 56, from Leyland Lane, Leyland, was fined £660, and made to pay a victim surcharge of £66, costs of £85 and a criminal courts charge of £150. The case was proved in his absence. Six points were added to his driving record.
A Leyland man has confessed to driving faster than a 50mph speed limit in Hutton. Christopher Gregory James Allen, 36, from Seven Stars Road, has been fined £40 and had three points added to his licence. He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20, costs of £85, and a criminal courts charge of £150.
A man who drove without the relevant insurance or licence has been fined £180. The case of Benjamin Zamel Ahmed Hoque, 26, from Newsome Street, Leyland, was proved in his absence. Six points were added to his licence, and he must also pay a £20 victim surcharge, £85 in costs, and a £150 criminal courts charge.