Carrying knives, receiving stolen quad bikes and other recent Sunderland court cases
The following cases from the Sunderland area were heard recently at South Tyneside Magistrates’ Court:
Ian Manson, 42, of Grosvenor Street, Southwick, Sunderland, received a four-month jail term, which was suspended for 18 months, after he pleaded guilty to unlawfully possessing a bladed article, namely a lock knife, in Church Street on November 13.
Palwinder Singh, 39, of Bradwell Way, Washington, was banned from driving for 27 months and ordered to pay a £307 fine, £34 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs after admitting driving while disqualified and without insurance on October 10.
Matthew Jordan Bellamy, 25, of Kenilworth Court, Washington, was fined £20 after admitting one count of breaching a community order on October 16 by failing to keep telephone appointments.
Aaron George Ebanks, 30, whose address was listed as the Grand Hotel, Seaburn, Sunderland, was fined £80 after he admitted breaching supervision requirements following his release from custody.
Jackson Bainbridge, 19, of Kirkston Avenue, Peterlee, received an eight-week prison sentence, which was suspended for 12 months, after he admitted dishonestly receiving stolen goods, namely a quad bike, on January 8 last year.
Mark Anthony Wright, 47, of Grafton Street, Millfield, Sunderland, was ordered to complete 20 hours of unpaid work as part of a community order and to pay £85 costs after admitting breaching the requirements of a previous community order by failing to keep scheduled appointments on January 14 last year.
Tyrone Richardson, 33, of Hudson Road, Hendon, Sunderland, was ordered to pay £600 compensation and an £80 fine after he admitted breaching supervision requirements on November 5, criminal damage on November 15 and assault and criminal damage on November 16.