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 Â£ 450 and ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of Â£ 45 and prosecution costs of Â£ 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 Â£ 90 in prosecution costs and a victim fine surcharge of Â£ 90 after admitting to assault on December 22 of the year last.
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 Â£ 90 and prosecution costs of Â£ 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 Â£ 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 Â£ 80 and a victim fine surcharge of Â£ 34 and prosecution costs Â£ 85 after admitting to possessing a Class B drug and possessing what it was believed to be a Class C drug on April 23.