Thefts, drink-driving and assaulting police among cases dealt with in Sunderland

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The following cases have been dealt with at Sunderland Magistrates’ Court:

Karl Conway, 20, of Azalea Terrace South, Sunderland, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Sunderland, on September 11. He was discharged conditionally for six months and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £20 and costs of £85.

Ashley Ganley, 28, of Villette Road, Hendon, Sunderland was found guilty in absence of being drunk and disorderly in Cairo Street, on September 10. He was fined £220 and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £30 and costs of £85.

Ian McCabe, 33, c/o Flodden Road, Ford Estate, Sunderland, pleaded guilty to stealing clothing, valued at £15.50 from Primark, in The Bridges, Sunderland, on September 10. He was discharged conditionally for six months and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £20.

Thomas Quinnell, 36, of Tatham Street, Sunderland, was found guilty in absence of stealing electrical goods, food and alcohol to the value of £120.93 from B&M Stores, on July 4. He was fined £120 and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £30 and prosecution costs of £85.

Hannah Watson, 20, of Toward Road, Sunderland, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer, in Sunderland, on September 10. She was given a 12-month community order and was told to carry out 40 hours’ of unpaid work. She was also told to pay compensation of £50.

Connor Bell, 24, of Bexhill Road, Sunderland, pleaded guilty to threatening or abusive behaviour or disorderly conduct, in Sunderland, on July 5. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £20 and costs of £85.

Lee Parkinson, 35, of Collingwood Drive, Shiney Row, pleaded guilty to drink driving a silver Vauxhall Vectra, on September 7, on the A182 at Shiney Row, with 82 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath – 35 being the legal limit. He was fined £120 and was told to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £30 and costs of £85. He was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 17 months.