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Recent cases dealt with at Burton Magistrates’ Court

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: April 21, 2014

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HIRASH SALARY, 27, of Ash Street, Burton.

Admitted driving a Jaguar S Type in New Street, Burton, on October 25, with 98 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. The legal limit is 80 millilitres.

Fined £340 with £85 court costs and a £34 victim surcharge.

Banned from driving for three years.

Also admitted failing to attend court on January 16 and was fined a further £375.

MARTIN SHENTON, 43, of James Street, Burton.

Admitted stealing meat worth £58.80 from Sainbury’s, Burton, on February 24.

Also admitted stealing a docking station worth £19.99 from B&M Bargains, Burton, on March 10.

Is due to return to court on May 6 for a pre-sentence report.

Answers conditional bail to cooperate with probation.

MARIE MILNTHORPE, 41, of Henson’s Lane, Coalville.

Found not guilty of driving a Peugeot 206 without due care and attention, in Station Street on the corner with Guild Street, Burton, on October 2.

Also found not guilty of failing to give the identification of the driver and of failing to report the accident.

LUCY GUNTRIPP, 22, of Hollington Lane, Stramshall, Uttoxeter.

Admitted assaulting Zoe Evans, in Uttoxeter, on June 23.

She had previously denied the offence.

Given a four month prison sentence suspended for 12 months, order to participate in a lower intensity alcohol programme and complete 180 hours unpaid work.

Will pay £100 compensation, £150 court costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

NAZAR HUSSAIN, 44, of Branston Road, Burton.

Charges of allegedly driving a Mercedes Benz on the B5018 Branston Road, Burton, on June 19, 20 and 30 exceeding the 30mph speed limit were all withdrawn.

However, it was proved in his absence that he failed to give information to the police relating to the driver of a Mercedes Benz on August 6, and has been fined £600.

He will also pay £85 court costs and a £60 victim surcharge.

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