A thug beat up a woman and destroyed furniture in Burton
A 34-year-old thug has been jailed after beating a woman and destroying furniture.
Valdas Makejaevas, of The Ridgeway, Burton, appeared in court where he pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman in the town on November 20. He also admitted to destroying a television, refrigerator, table, lamp, ornaments and drawers on the same occasion.
He was jailed for 19 weeks after magistrates heard it was a violent assault in domestic circumstances. He was given a year-long restraining order and must stay away from the victim. He was also ordered to pay £1,500 compensation.
Here are the last people to appear in court:
Tyler Evans, 19, of Banner Walk, Stafford, admitted deliberately riding an electric scooter on a path or roadside pavement in Victoria Road, Stafford, intended for pedestrian use, on July 3. He was fined £40, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34.
Rumen Ganchev, of Bladon Close, Northumberland Park, London, was found guilty of using a Ford Transit on the southbound M6 at Stafford on July 2 when his condition of leaking oil containers was such that its use involved a risk of injury to any person. He was fined £440, ordered to pay £90 court costs and a victim fine surcharge of £34. His license was penalized with three points.
Andrew Tidmarch, 39, of Marsh Lane, Belper, admitted driving a black BMW on the A38 Burton at 100mph, breaking the 70mph speed limit on October 13. He was fined £460, ordered to pay £90 court costs and a £46 victim surcharge. His license was endorsed with six points.
Andrew Townend, 32, of Headlands Grove, Ossett, Yorkshire, was found guilty of driving a vehicle on Riceyman Road, Newcastle under Lyme, on June 1 without care and attention. He was fined £660, ordered to pay £90 court costs and a victim fine surcharge of £66. His license was endorsed with nine points.
Patryk Pakiela, 30, of St Albans Road, Derby, was found guilty of driving a white Vauxhall at 106mph on the A38 at Burton, exceeding the 70mph speed limit. He was fined £770, ordered to pay £90 court costs and a victim fine surcharge of £77. His license was endorsed with six points.
Ryan Lambert42, of Park Avenue, Uttoxeter, admitted to entering a house in Uttoxeter and stealing a mobile phone worth £297 on October 25, 2019. He also admitted to committing fraud by false representation at Burton in that he signed and sold a mobile phone using false details in order to pay a payout of £62 on the same date.
He was given a restraining order not to enter the house for three years to avoid further harassment or alarm. He was fined £270, ordered to pay £400 court costs, £300 compensation and a victim fine surcharge of £32.
Jake Crutchley, 26, of no fixed address, admitted to possessing a silver kitchen knife in Queen Street, Uttoxeter on January 20. He also admitted to breaching a suspended sentence. He was jailed for 26 weeks after magistrates heard it happened in a pub while he was drinking with a knife on him and faced a suspended sentence. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £128.
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