A round-up of this week’s court listings.
A Leyland driver who broke a 50mph speed limit in Tarleton must pay up more than £1,200 in fines and court costs. Neal Ainsworth, 23, of Leyfield Road, pleaded guilty, and had six points added to his licence. He was fined £835, and must pay an £86 victim surcharge, £170 in costs, and a criminal courts charge of £150.
A woman has admitted to driving faster than a 50mph limit in Freckleton. Susan Jolliffe, 56, from St James Gardens, Leyland, was fined £145 and also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85. Three points were added to her licence.
A woman has pleaded guilty to stealing a tablet computer, a PlayStation 4 game, a pack of pies and a tub of Cadbury’s Heros, to the value of £75.17, from Asda in Chorley. Kate Calderbank, 37, from The Martindales, Clayton-le-Woods, was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 and a criminal courts charge of £150, discharged conditionally for 12 months.
A man who broke the 30mph speed limit in Clayton Green Road, Clayton-le-Woods, has been handed a £220 fine. The case of Andrew David Clowes, 44, from Aycliffe Drive, Buckshaw Village, was proved in his absence. Three points were added to his licence. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £22 and court costs of £85.
A woman has pleaded guilty to speeding. Clarissa Joy Hoyle, 33, from Sunningdale Drive, Buckshaw Village, has been fined £40 for driving faster than the 30mph speed limit on the A49 Wigan Road, Euxton. She must also pay a £20 victim surcharge, £85 in costs, and had three points added to her licence.
A man has been fined £220 for breaking a 30mph speed limit in Doctors Lane, Eccleston. The case of Kevin Bolton, 56, from Southport Road, Leyland, was proved in his absence, and three points were added to his licence. He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £22 and costs of £85.
Two Leyland men who failed to give information to police about drivers alleged to have committed offences have each been fined £660. The separate cases of Roy Andrew Walmsley, 54, from Wharfedale Close, and Roy Walker, 43, from Malden Street, were proved in the defendants’ absence. Each had six points added to their licence, and they must also pay a £66 victim surcharge and £85 in court costs.