THE following people appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court in September and October (this month).

  • On February 20 Nicole Shannon Turner, 26, of Regent Road, Marton Grove assaulted another by beating him in Stockton.
    Community order made for eight months, a rehabilitation activity requirement for a maximum of 10 days, victim surcharge to be paid of £95.
  • Between November 11, 2020 and December 12, 2020 Arron William Ferguson, 26, of Burbank Court, Middleton in Teessdale harassed another by bombarding him with phone calls and created a fake profile on grinder to lure the victim to meet him in Stockton.
    Community order made for a year, rehabilitation activity requirement for a maximum of 30 days, unpaid work requirement for 40 hours within the next 12 months.
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  • On May 20, 2020 Fakhar Rehman, 34, of Oliver Street, South Bank drove while not every light was clean and in good working order in Middlesbrough.
    Fined £40, victim surcharge £34, costs £40.
  • On February 1 Connor Blackburn, 22, of Mill Lane, Billingham drove on the A689 at Wolviston without insurance.
    Fined £120, victim surcharge £34, costs £85, banned from driving for six months, licence endorsed.
  • On September 15, October 10 and 15, 2020 Debbie Ann Robson, 36, of Derby Street, Hartlepool, failed to comply with supervision requirements following release from prison.
    Fined £120.
  • On August 27 and September 3 Stuart Willet, 26, of High Street, Brotton, breached a community order by failing to attend appointments.
    Fined £40.
  • On January 17, Andrew Christopher Pennick, 54, of Lanehouse Road, Thornaby failed without reasonable excuse to provide a blood specimen after having been suspected of driving a vehicle.
    Fined £120, banned from driving for 16 months to be reduced by 16 weeks on completion of a course, licence endorsed.
  • On January 6, Liam Jordan Matthews, 22, of Craister Road, Thornaby stole two air fresheners to the value of £20 from Tesco.
    Jailed for 4 months concurrent, overall sentence 8 months.
    On January 6 used threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour with the intent to cause fear or provoke unlawful violence in Stockton.
    No separate penalty.

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