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).

28th February 2017

Derek James Lilley, 43 years of Park Avenue North stolke foodstuffs valued at £2.99 from the Heron Foods store on 24th January 2017.  He was discharged conditionally from court and ordered to pay £20.00 surcharge towards victims services.

2nd March 2017

Kelly Simcock, 32 of Borron Road stole toys valued at £51.94 from the B&M Store on the 15th December 2016.  She was required to comply with the terms of a Community Order by the 23rd March 2017 and complete a twenty-one day curfew.



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