Damaging bedroom furniture and drink driving - a round up of the latest Sunderland cases from magistrates' court

The following cases took place in Sunderland or South Shields at South Northumbria Magistrates’ Court:

Tuesday, 28th July 2020, 10:54 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th July 2020, 10:54 am

Emen Cheema, 30, of Collingwood Drive, Shiney Row, was banned from driving for 40 months, ordered to complete 150 hours of unpaid work and pay a £95 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting drink driving on May 28.

Martin Stobbart, 30, of Runcorn Road, Sunderland, received six penalty points, was fined £660 and ordered to pay a £66 victim surcharge and £100 costs after he was convicted of failing to give information leading to the identity of a driver on July 16 last year.

Raymond McPherson, 33, of Collingwood Drive, Washington, received 10 penalty points, was fined £120 and must pay a £34 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting failing to provide a breath specimen on May 20.

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The cases were dealt with in either Sunderland, above, or South Shields at South Northumbria Magistrates’ Court.

Thomas Brian Mogie, 26, of Calf Close Lane, Jarrow, received 19 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for two years, and was ordered to pay £500 compensation after admitting causing £4,000 of damage to bedroom furniture in Sunderland on November 11 last year, committing harassment between January 4-July 5 and damaging a vehicle in July last year.

Damien Lundie, 31, of Kipling Street, Sunderland, received a six-month conditional discharge and was must pay a £21 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting being drunk and disorderly on February 28.

George William Kay, 60, of Exmouth Street, Sunderland, received eight weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, was banned from driving for three years, fined £120 and must pay a £128 victim surcharge and £85 costs after admitting drink driving on April 24.

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