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).

8th September 2016

Wendy Elizabeth Marsh, 33 of Palmer Close stole £59.98 worth of meats from the CO-OP store on 15th May 2016.  Twleve months Conditional Discharge, pay £59.98 compensation and £105.00 costs/victims surcharge.

Kevin Peter Coysh, 47 years from Ormskirk Road, Rainford pursued a course of conduct which amounted to haraassment of a female and which he knew or ought to have known amounted to harassment by approaching her on three occasions.  Eighteen months Conditional Discharge and pay £300.00 costs/victims surcharge.

Leonard Terence Joseph Hill, 37 years from Liverpool 14 was found in possession of cannabis in St Helens on 1st April 2016.  He was also dealt with for two other offences that he committed outside of the area.  Pay a fine of £265.00 regarding the drugs offence - with the drugs confiscated to be destroyed.

9th September 2016

Andrew Kevin Jackson, 33 of Hard Lane was found in possession of cocaine on Sidney Street on the 17th January 2015.  He was fined £100.00 with £105.00 costs/victims surcharge and the drugs were confiscated to be destroyed.

Shane Goldthorpe, 37 from Morgan Street assaulted Lisa Goldthorpe on the 25th June 2016.  He was found guilty by the court and made subject to a two year Conditional Discharge and to comply with the terms of a restraining order stating he must not contact Lisa Goldthorpe.  The order lasts until 6th September 2021 and he was also to pay £420.00 costs/victims surcharge.

Kevin Ronald Borrows, 30 of Edgeworth Street assaulted Kathleen Blundell on the 5th September 2016.  He was committed to prison for sixteen weeks - suspended for twenty-four months.  He was to comply with an eight week curfew and the terms of rehabilitation activity requirements and a restraining order stating he must not contact Kathleen Blundell.  To pay £250.00 compensation and £85.00 costs.  

Leslie Anthony Andrews, 30 of Hayes Avenue, Prescot used threatening abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause a person to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them or to provoke the immediate unlawful use of violence whereby that person was likely to believe that such violence would be used.  He was committed to prison for twelve weeks and made subject to a restraining order stating he was not to contact Karl Gault nor enter Kendal Drive St Helens.


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