News from Court

Those convicted of offences should not expect to be 'invisible' to the communities they have harmed through their actions. If someone is convicted in court, then it is a matter of public record and you are entitled to know the results (unless a court imposes restrictions on reporting).

7th November 2017

Terri Ann Dingle, 31 years of no fixed address stole goods from the WILKINSONS store on 27th September (£25.00), 30th September (£30.00) and 31st October (£145.00).  She was imprisoned for these matters for two weeks (a total of twenty-two weeks imprisonment imposed due to her being subject to a suspended sentence for other offences at the time she committed these offences).

13th November 2017

Gary David Newton, 41 years from Church Street stole goods valued at £29.99 from the TJ HUGHES store on the 11th November 2017.  He was made subject to a twelve months Conditional Discharge and to pay £20.00 victims surcharge.

Mary Margaret Carruthers, 46 years of North Road stole £42.00 worth of goods from the MARKS & SPENCERS store on the 11th November 2017. She was fined £70.00 and ordered to pay £30.00 vcitims surcharge.

16th November 2017

Aaron Chadwick, 28 years of Weymouth Avenue stole £49.00 worth of spririts from the MORRISONS store on the 14th September 2017.  He was fined £100.00 and ordered to pay costs and victims surcharge of £115.00.


Image - Community Safety Partners at St.Helens Magistrates Inside Justice Event