BELOW are a selection of cases dealt with at Poole Magistrates’ Court this month.
All details are supplied by the courts.
A MAN from Kent has been fined after he admitted stealing tools from a Poole factory outlet.
Dylan Christopher Joyce, of Hartleylands, Cranbrook, Kent, appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 17.
He admitted a charge of theft in relation to DeWalt tools worth around £378 taken from City Electrical Factory, on Albany Park, Cabot Lane, on March 24 last year.
The 21-year-old was fined £120 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and court costs of £85.
STEALING a Cath Kidston Pamper Beauty set and a Christmas shopping bag landed a Wimborne woman in court.
Felicity Suzanne Orchard, of Rotary Close, Wimborne, appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 17, where she admitted a single count of theft.
The charge related to the items, worth £24.75, being taken from The Present Company, in High Street, Wimborne, on December 12 last year.
The 47-year-old was handed a conditional discharge for 18 months, as well as being ordered to pay compensation of £24.75 and a victim surcharge of £26.
A TEENAGER will face trial after being charged with two counts of grievous bodily harm.
Lily Mae Boxell, of Stanput, Christchurch, is accused of committing the offences on April 7 last year.
Magistrates in Poole sent the 19-year-old for trial at Bournemouth Crown Court on April 20.
She was handed unconditional bail until that date.
A 20-YEAR-OLD London man has been fined after driving a vehicle without the correct licence or insurance.
Arlind Elezi, of Hercules Road, London, admitted the charges when he appeared before Poole Magistrates’ Court on March 13.
Elezi admitted committing the offences in Chapel Lane, Poole, on February 25 this year.
He was fined £120 for the offences, as well as being ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £48 and court costs of £85. He also had six points placed on his driving licence.
DRINK driving led to a man being banned from driving for 18 months.
Zacaree Jazz Eyre, of Swansbury Drive, Bournemouth, was found to have 75 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath when driving in Lindsay Road, Poole, on February 25.
The legal limit is 35mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
The 28-year-old admi9tted the offence when he appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 13.
As well as being banned from driving, he was fined £250 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £100 and court costs of £85.
A POOLE man has been fined after trying to get into a football match while drunk.
Ian Houghton, of Lytchett Drive, Poole, admitted trying to enter AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium on February 25 this year while drunk.
He also admitted a charge of using threatening words or behaviour.
The 47-year-old was fined £100 for each offence, and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80, as well as £85 court costs when he appeared before Poole Magistrates Court on March 13.
A WOMAN who refused to give a breath test when suspected of drink driving has been fined £300 – and banned from the road.
Abigail-Jo McLaughlin, of Springdale Avenue, Poole, appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 13, when she admitted failing to provide the specimen and to driving in a way that involved danger of injury to passengers.
The incident unfolded on November 25 last year at Exeter Park Road, Bournemouth.
As well as fining the 29-year-old £300, magistrates ordered her to pay a victim surcharge of £120 and court costs of £85.
McLaughlin was also banned from driving for 16 months.
A TEENAGER admitted assault when he appeared before magistrates in Poole.
Joseph Stanton Tucker, of Pinewood Road, Upton, Poole, appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 13.
The 19-year-old was handed an 18-month conditional discharge, as well as being ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £26 and court costs of £85.
AN 81-year-old woman was fined after being found guilty of assaulting another woman in Ferndown.
The incident unfolded at Mountbatten Drive, Ferndown, on June 20 last year.
Eunice Day, of Brabourne Avenue, Ferndown, denied an assault charge but was found guilty when she appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 13.
She was handed a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £26 and court costs of £620.
A MAN has been banned from driving for 20 months after being found guilty of drink driving.
Maximiliaan Kennedy-Van Dam, of Bingham Road, Verwood, denied the charge when he appeared before magistrates in Poole on March 13.
But magistrates found the 57-year-old guilty of driving with 160 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood in Station Road, Verwood, on August 1, 2022. The legal limit is 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood.
As well as being banned from driving, Kennedy-Van Dam was fined £180 and ordered to pay a £72 victim surcharge and £620 in court costs.