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Recent cases dealt with at Burton Magistrates’ Court

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: June 09, 2014

Burton Magistrates' Court

Burton Magistrates' Court

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MACAULEY CARROLL, 18, of Lime Grove, Stapenhill.

Admitted assaulting John Sidwells, in Burton, on March 17 and 18.

Is due to return to court on June 18.

Answers unconditional bail not to contact John Sidwells and not to go within 100m of the external boundary of Chameleon School of Construction.

ZACH NEARY, 18, of Argyle Avenue, Tamworth.

Admitted damaging a glass panel worth £60 belonging to Keith Varley, in Horninglow Street, Burton.

Also admitted damaging a door glass panel worth £300 belonging to Kendall McEwan, and damaging a window belonging to Lee Cope of Trent & Dove, Burton.

All offences took place on June 3.

Is due to return to court today to enable enquiries to be made.

Remanded into custody.

A charge of damaging a glass panel of a door worth £550 belonging to the British Heart Foundation has been withdrawn.

RYAN TAYLOR, 19, of Shobnall Street, Burton.

Admitted stealing coffee and meat worth £115.95 from Midland Co-op, Burton, on April 30.

Also admitted stealing coffee and meat from £48 from the same place on May 7.

Committed to a young offenders’ institution for 12 weeks because he is a persistent offender, specifically targeted high value items for re-sale, and committed while subject to a recently imposed community order.

ABDULLAH ALI, 18, of Napier Street, Burton.

Admitted causing Pawel and Monica Markiewicz and Piotr Lewicki harassment, alarm or distress, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, in Burton, on August 26.

Committed to a young offenders’ institution for 18 weeks because there was a weapon involved, it was a group action, one of the victims required medical attention, he has failed to comply with community orders and threatened witnesses.

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