Who's been sentenced from Barton Seagrave, Burton Latimer, Corby, Kettering, Raunds, Wellingborough and Wollaston

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By Northants Telegraph reporters
Thursday, 26th May 2022, 5:00 am

The following people have been sentenced at magistrates' courts in the county:

Alexandria Armour

Slipton Road, Burton Latimer. Age: 28

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On 05/01/22 at Kettering damaged two car tyres to the value of £80 belonging to a woman; on 29/12/21 at Kettering pursued a course of conduct which amounted to the harassment of a man.

Plea: Guilty. Community order made with rehabilitation activities and 100 hours of unpaid work. Restraining order made banning contact with two named people or entering a named street. To pay compensation of £80, costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £95.

Jake Ibbitson

Swan Close, Raunds. Age: 25

On 05/04/22 at Wellingborough damaged a Northamptonshire Police radio earpiece; assaulted a police constable; on 10/04/22 at A6, Irthlingborough, failed to stop a vehicle when required to do so by a constable in uniform; at Higham Ferrers drove without insurance; otherwise than in accordance with a licence; used threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour; on 08/03/22 at Higham Ferrers when suspected of having driven a vehicle and having been required to provide a specimen of breath for analysis, failed to do so.

Plea: Guilty. Jailed for 18 weeks suspended for 18 months. To have treatment for alcohol dependency. Banned from driving for 48 months. To pay costs of £170, compensation of £50 and a victim surcharge of £128.

Andrew Sewett

St Michael’s Lane, Wollaston. Age: 44

On 29/01/22 at Wellingborough drove while disqualified; without insurance; committed a further offence during the operation period of a suspended sentence.

Plea: Guilty. Jailed for 12 weeks. To pay costs of £200 and a victim surcharge of £128. Driving record endorsed with six points.

Cole Hodgson

Sherwood Drive, Barton Seagrave. Age: 21

On 23/04/22 at Northampton drove a vehicle after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in breath, namely 75 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, exceeded the prescribed limit.

Plea: Guilty. Banned from driving for 20 months. Fined £294, to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £34.

Daryl Bullimore

Browning Walk, Corby. Age: 31

On 14/09/20 at Corby damaged a window to the value of £201 belonging to The Kingfisher; resisted a police constable in the execution of his duty; with intent to cause a woman harassment, alarm or distress, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour.

Plea: Guilty. Fined £285. To pay compensation of £251, costs of £100 and a victim surcharge of £34.

Damien Simpson

Kingfisher Close, Wellingborough. Age: 35

On 11/09/21 at Kettering when suspected of having driven a vehicle and having been required to provide a specimen of breath for analysis, failed to do so.

Plea: Guilty, changed from not guilty. Community order made with 150 hours of unpaid work. To pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £95.

Mark Bailey

Laurel Road, Kettering. Age: 59

On 01/05/22 to 03/05/22 at Kettering attended the home address of a named woman which was prohibited by a non-molestation order.

Plea: Guilty. Restraining order made banning contact with a named woman or attending a named street. Fined £120, to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £34.

Luke Liptrot

High Street, Raunds. Age: 22

Between 18/03/20 and 21/03/20 at Kettering entered a building as a trespasser and stole various hand tools; entered a building as a trespasser and stole an oven, gas hob, dishwasher and washing machine.

Plea: Not guilty. Verdict: Proved in absence. Jailed for six months suspended for 12 months. To pay compensation of £1,500, costs of £450 and a victim surcharge of £122.

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