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Nuisance neighbour who played loud music fined nearly £500 and crackdown on dog owners who failed to carry mess bags – court round-up

A nuisance neighbour who wouldn’t stop playing loud music, a man with a “flagrant disregard” for court orders and two people who were fined hundreds because they weren’t carrying the means to pick up their dog’s mess – these are just a few offenders who have appeared at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court in recent days.

While some cases were adjourned to a later date and more serious ones were sent to be tried at Grimsby Crown Court, magistrates in Grimsby still did not hesitate in handing out hefty fines and even one prison sentence within the last week.

Here are 10 offenders from across northern Lincolnshire who have appeared at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court.

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Christopher Ireland, 58, of Grampian Way, Grimsby pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to comply with a requirement, namely to stop or cause to stop the playing of amplified music and speech at such a volume so that he was not causing a statutory nuisance. He received a 12-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay costs of £466 as well as a victim services surcharge of £26.

Kyle Onygoren, 23, of no fixed abode was sent to prison for six weeks after he admitted breaching the requirements of a community order in which he failed to attend planned appointments, showing a “flagrant disregard” for court orders.

Krysztof Radlinski, 44, of Dowse Avenue, Scunthorpe withdrew his guilty plea but was still found guilty of permitting another male to use a motor vehicle when there was not a driving licence or policy of insurance in force to permit him to do so. He was disqualified from driving for six months, fined £810, ordered to pay £620 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £81 victim services surcharge.



Grimsby Magistrates Court
Grimsby Magistrates Court

Daniel Boothby, of Hereward Place, Scunthorpe pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) by failing to carry the appropriate means to pick up his dog’s mess. He was ordered to pay costs of £326, fined £100 and told to pay a victim services surcharge of £40.

Kim Seager, of Hereward Place, Scunthorpe was found guilty of failing to comply with the requirements of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) by failing to carry the appropriate means to pick up his dog’s mess. He was ordered to pay costs of £326, fined £100 and told to pay a victim services surcharge of £40.

Kealy Towler, 26, of Newark Walk, Immingham pleaded guilty to failing to secure that a transfer of household waste was to a person who was authorised to do so. She was fined £200, ordered to pay costs of £150 and a victim services surcharge of £80.

Christopher Bertram, 42, of Rutland Street, Grimsby was found guilty of failing to provide the details of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He was fined £300, ordered to pay a victim services surcharge of £120 and £105 to the Crown Prosecution Service. He was also handed six points on his licence.

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Mark Powell, 54, whose address was not given, was fined £100 after he admitted to breaching a domestic violence protection order which was handed to him just three days previously, when the victim was found by police inside his address.

Michael Bosanquet, 44, of Haig Avenue, Scunthorpe admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work appointments. He was fined £100.

Darryl Stafford, 31, of Johnson Street, Cleethorpes pleaded guilty to driving over the speed limit. He was handed three points on his licence, fined £140, ordered to pay a victim services surcharge of £56 and £40 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Original artice: https://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/all-about/scunthorpe

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