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).
31st Januery 2017
Mathew Peter Cottington, 34 years from
Rivington Avenue committed five offences of theft from the One Stop
Shop on Greenfield Road and two offences of theft from the Co-Op on
Chain Lane - all offences committed between October and November
2016. He was sentenced to forty-two days imprisonment.
Nicola Lisa Eden, 36 years of no fixed address
stole £90.00 worth of goods from the Home Bargains store in Newton
Le Willows on 20th January 2017 and also goods valued at £316.00
from the Matalan store on 30th January 2017. She was sent to
prison for six weeks.
2nd February 2017
Paul Henry Knapper, 34 of Ramford Street
committed a Public Order Act offence that was Racially Aggravated
on Parr Stocks Road on 1st June 2016. He used threatening
abusive or insulting words or behaviour which was likely to cause
harassment alarm or distress. He was fined £150.00 and
ordered to pay £100.00 compensation too.
Robert John Taylor, 38 of Albion Street
stole goods valued at £22.01 from the Morrisons store on 1st
February 2017. He was Conditionally Discharged for eighteen
3rd February 2017
Shaun Peter Cook, 43 of Pennine Drive committed
a number of theft offences whilst subject to a suspended prison
sentence and was sent to prison for ten weeks and ordered to pay
£115.00 victims surcharge.
Katie Anne Hughes, 35 of Holbrook Close stole
bedding valued at £89.95 from the B&M store and goods valued at
£48.24 from the Aldi store. She was committed to prison for
four weeks - suspended for twelve months. She was also
ordered to pay a total of £250.00 costs, victims surcharge and
Shaun Anthony Westhead, 45 from Fleet Lane
stole £67.96 worth of goods from the Range store where he also
assaulted a male. He was sentenced to eight weeks in prison -
suspened for twelve months. He was required to comply with
rehabilitation activity requirements and to pay £210.00 in costs,
victims surcharge and compensation.
Image - Community Safety Partners
at St.Helens Magistrates Inside Justice Event