Damage to bedroom furniture and drunk driving – a round-up of recent South Tyneside court cases

Sean Burnside, 36, of Cheviot Road, South Shields, was sentenced to eight weeks in prison, suspended for six months, after admitting to breaching a community ordinance imposed in July 2018.

Daniel Moan, 73, of Howe Street, Hebburn, was banned from driving for three years, fined £ 450 and ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 45 and prosecution costs of £ 85 after admitting alcohol driving on March 15.

David Wann, 34, from Aldridge Street, South Shields, was placed on a community order and ordered to pay £ 90 in prosecution costs and a victim fine surcharge of £ 90 after admitting to assault on December 22 of the year last.

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The cases were handled by the South Northumbria Magistrates’ Court in Sunderland or South Shields, above.

Paul stewart, 60, of St Vincent Street, South Shields, has to do 80 hours of unpaid work under a community ordinance and was also ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 90 and prosecution costs of £ 85 after admitting to having committed harassment between March 23 and April 15.

Thomas Brian Mogie, 26, of Calf Close Lane, Jarrow, received a 19-week prison sentence, which was suspended for two years, after admitting to causing £ 4,000 in damage to bedroom furniture in Sunderland on November 11 of the last year, harassing a woman between January 4 and July 4. 5 and damage a motor vehicle in July of last year.

Carl McAlindon, 35, of Abbey Drive, Jarrow, was fined £ 80 and a victim fine surcharge of £ 34 and prosecution costs £ 85 after admitting to possessing a Class B drug and possessing what it was believed to be a Class C drug on April 23.

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