Assaults on emergency workers among Isle of Wight court cases

Here is a round up of some of the cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates’ Court, for the week commencing November 15.

Dean Delaney, 28, of Beatrice Close, Binstead.

Common assault, and assault by beating. Found guilty after trial.

12-month community order to include 200 hours’ unpaid work, costs £650, surcharge £95, compensation £100.

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Keelan Hobbs, 21, care of Waterloo Crescent, Binstead.

Harassment in breach of a restraining order.

28 days in custody, suspended for 12 months, costs £85.

Derek Burchell, 44, care of Beachfield Road, Sandown.

Criminal damage.

Six month conditional discharge, compensation £140, costs £85, surcharge £22.

Sophie Gallagher, 18, of St John’s Road, Newport.

Five assaults on an emergency worker.

12-month probation order, to include 15 rehabilitation sessions and 60 days of alcohol abstinence monitoring.

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David Morris-Perry, 49, of Gaweswell Terrace, Houghton-Le-Spring, Tyne and Wear.

Sexual assault.

16-weeks in custody, suspended for 12 months, to include 35 probation sessions. Costs £85, surcharge £128.

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Joanne Hayes, 41, of Green Street, Ryde.

Possession of Class B drug (amphetamine).

Six month conditional discharge, surcharge £22.

David Haynes, 26, of Arctic Road, Cowes.

Assault by beating of an emergency worker.

12-month community order, to include 40 hours of unpaid work, compensation £100, costs £85, surcharge £95.

Harry Stafford, 27, of Downsview, Sandown.

Use threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

12-month conditional discharge, costs £85, surcharge £22.

Richard Sullivan, 46, of Brickfield Close, Newport.

Theft of ten bottles of Honey Jack Daniels and foodstuffs belonging to Asda worth £340.54.

12-month community order to include 20 rehabilitation days, compensation £340.54.

Richard Fraser-Tait, 73, of Marymead Close, Ryde.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 25 months, 12 month community order, fine £120, costs £85, surcharge £95.

Kristopher Madden, 37, of Hanham, Bristol.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fine £307, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Rachael Woods, 29, of Jubilee Close, Freshwater.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 17 months, fine £120, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Benjamin Hadfield, 32, of South View Close, Ryde.

Drug driving, and driving without insurance.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fine £120, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Ross Long, 27, of Captains Parade, East Cowes.

Drug driving.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fine £120, costs £85, surcharge £34.

George Downer, 27, of Gatehouse Road, Ryde.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 40 months, fine £276, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Astin Tyas, 31, of Salters Road, Ryde.

Two counts of common assault on an emergency worker, and use of threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

12-month community order, to include 40 hours of unpaid work, compensation £150, costs £85, surcharge £95.

Edward Lale, 28, of Arthur Street, Ryde.

Criminal damage.

18-month community order, to include 240 hours of unpaid work. Compensation £2,000, costs £85, surcharge £95.

Daniel Kilshaw, 40, of no fixed address.

Theft of three packs of mince and two joints of gammon to the value of £43.75 from the Co-op in Sandown.

Compensation £43.75.

Peter Thomas Mellanby-Smith, 38, of Arthur Street, Ryde.

Assault by beating, and two counts of criminal damage, in breach of a community order.

18-month community order, to include 140 hours of unpaid work, and 18-month restraining order. Surcharge £95, costs £85.

Jake Dunkling, 32, of Nettlestone Green.

Assault by beating, and use of threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour to cause fear of unlawful violence.

18-month community order, compensation £100.

Tony Byron Rollins, 38, care of High Street, Ventnor.

Dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, driving without insurance.

Four weeks in custody, suspended for 18 months. 18-month supervision period to include 200 hours of unpaid work. Surcharge £128, costs £85. Disqualified from driving for 24 months.

Bradley Kyle Sparshot, 30, of Furrlongs, Newport.

Breach of criminal behaviour order, assault of emergency worker, breach of suspended sentence.

23 weeks in custody, surcharge £128, costs £350.

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