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Recent cases dealt with at Burton Magistrates’ Court

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: March 17, 2014

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KRISTAPS POPOVS, 29, of Uxbridge Street, Burton.

Admitted entering a bedroom in King Street, Burton, as a trespasser, and stealing various items worth £2,035, on May 13.

Has been jailed for five months because of the nature and seriousness of the offence, large sums involved and in breach of trust, and offence was committed while subject to a court order.

Also admitted failing to attend court on February 11.

Jailed for another month to be served consecutively.

RYAN TAYLOR, 18, of Shobnall Street, Burton.

Admitted stealing a Einhell petrol driven multi-tool worth £199.99 from The Range, Burton, on February 2.

Is due to return to court on March 26 to tie up with other cases,

Answers conditional bail not to enter The Range.

DANIEL MARSH, 26, of Calgary Crescent, Winshill.

A charge of allegedly assaulting Claire Young, in Burton, on November 24, was dismissed as no evidence was offered.

He had denied the charge.

CALLUM WARD, 18, of Redwood Drive, Brizlincote Valley.

Admitted breaching a community order by failing to report for unpaid work on February 2, and his behaviour was unacceptable and he was dismissed from the project on February 16.

Fined £50, with £60 court costs.

PETER BALDWIN, 48, of Wetmore Road, Burton.

A charge of allegedly using a colour television without a licence, in Burton, between October 4 and November 5, has been dismissed.

PAUL BURTON, 40, of Shobnall Road, Burton.

It was proved in his absence that he used a colour television without a licence, in Burton, between October 4 and November 5.

Has been fined £200, with £120 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

STACIE CROCKETT, 28, of Thornley Street, Burton.

It was proved in her absence that she used a colour television without a licence, in Burton, on January 8.

Has been fined £500, with £120 court costs and a £50 victim surcharge.

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