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).
20h April 2017
Sean Leslie Harrison, 37 years from Holbrook
Close stole £121.98 worth of good sfrom the Boots store on the 8th
September 2016. He was ordered to comply with a Community
Order, to include a twelve week curfew and to pay £121.98
compensation and £170.00 costs/victims surcharge.
Lee Steven Murray, 34 years of Stainton Close
stole foodstuffs valued at £19.00 from the Co-Op store on the 16th
April 2017. He alo failed to appear at court having agreed to
do so (Bail Act offence). He was subject to a suspended prison
sentence and so was sent to prison for a total of eighteen weeks.
He wa sfined £50.00 regarding the Bail Act offence and also
required to pay £200.00 costs/victims surcharge.
Robert John Taylor, 38 living in Albion Street
stole £24.00 worth of beef from the Aldi store on the 18th April
2017. As he was on bail for other matters when he committed
this offence he was sent to prison for eleven weeks and required to
pay £24.00 compensation and £115.00 victims surcharge.
Image - Community Safety Partners
at St.Helens Magistrates Inside Justice Event