Justice from the Buxton Beaks July 2013

Scott Cuddy, aged 18, of King Street Glossop and Christopher Denys Hill, aged 20, of Queens Drive, Glossop pleaded not guilty, but were found guilty, of assault by beating of a male in Glossop in October 2012. The court said that the incident had been an unpleasant night time assualt on a 17 year old youth that involved stamping on their head. Gill was given a 12 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, ordered to be under curfew for 16 weeks and to complete 150 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to pay £100 compensation plus victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £50. Cuddy was given a community order requiring him to particicapet in alcohol specified activity for 6 days and be under curfew for 12 weeks. He was ordered to pay £100 compensation plus victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £50.

Mark Winter, aged 37, of Woodseats Lane, Charlesworth, pleaded guilty to possession of a rifle, a shotgun and associated ammunition without a firearms certificate. He was fined £110 plus costs of £85 and victim surcharge of £33

Justice from the Buxton beaks - 2 June 2014

Paul Rowley, aged 39, of Dinting Vale, Glossop, pleaded guilty of assault by beating of a female and was fined £100 plus victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85, and ordered to participate in an alcohol specific activity for four days.

Neil Appleton Smith, aged 39, of Hope Street, Glossop, was found guilty of assault by beating of a man and a woman, and was conditionally discharged for 12 months, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £500.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 25th June

Jorden Power, aged 22, of Whitfield Avenue, Glossop,  pleaded guilty to assault by beating. Magistrates deferred sentence pending reports. Power was given a curfew, ordered not to contact the victim or witnesses and not to be drunk in a public place.

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Glossop man gets six years for attack on police officer.

Lee Willan (32) of Woodlands Close, Glossop appeared at Derby Crown Court charged with wounding with intent to do serious grievous bodily harm and was sentenced to six years. On Saturday, September 5 police were called to reports of a man acting suspiciously on Buxton Market Place. Officers arrived and were confronted with Willan holding a knife. Willan attacked Sergeant Trevor Steed; this resulted in Sergeant Steed requiring hospital treatment for a puncture wound to his arm. Sergeant Steed together with other attending officers detained Willan and arrested him.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 4th January 2016

Bryan John Chapman, aged 55, of Spring Street Hollingworth pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of assault by beating of a female in Glossop. He was ordered to be under curfew for 12 weeks, pay £200 compensation, £60 victim surcharge and £400 costs. A restraining order was issued preventing him from contacting his victim. 

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Suspended sentence for turkey thief

James Richard Taggart, aged 31, of Duxbury Street, Bolton, pleaded guilty to stealing five frozen turkeys from Heron Frozen Foods and was given a suspended prison sentence of 4 weeks.  The court said Taggart had an extensive record for dishonesty and had travelled to Glossop to commit the offence when he was subject to post sentence supervision. He was also ordered to pay victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85. No compensation was ordered because the turkeys were recovered.

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Driving ban for going at 95mph on Snake Pass

Joe Rogers, aged 31, of Lennox Road, Sheffield pleaded guilty to driving a BMW at 95mph on the A57 Snake Pass at Laybower. He was fined £291 plus victim surcharge of £29 and disqualified from driving for 90 days.

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Jail and driving ban for cannabis dealer

Thomas Healey, aged 20, of Werneth Road, Glossop, was sent to a young offenders institution for 20 weeks after pleading guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply it. The court said the offence was serious because it was planned and activity in supplying drugs was on a large scale. On arrest the defendant gave false details. He also pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle without the owners's consent and without insurance, for which he was disqualified from driving for six months.

Justice from the Buxton Beaks December 2015 - 2

Simon Nicholas Maguire, aged 46, of Glossop Road, Little Hayfield, pleaded guilty to driving a car on Long Lane Charlesworth with 276µg/100ml-1 of alcohol in his urine. He was disqualified from driving for two years, fined £120 with costs of £85 plus victim surcharge of £20 and criminal courts charge of £150.


Anthony Geoffrey Napolitano, aged 28, of Maguire Avenue, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female and was ordered to carry out 160 hours of unpaid work and participate in other activities for up to 20 days. He was also ordered to pay costs of £85, victim surcharge of £60 and criminal courts charge of £150.

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Curfew for man who assaulted female PC

Jordan Jay Stobbart, aged 19, of Gladstone Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault of a female PC in the execution of her duty and to damaging a window. He also admitted breach of an earlier community order by failing to take care of a Personal Identification Device. He was ordered to be under curfew for 10 weeks and pay a criminal courts charge of £100.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks December 2015

Damien Michael Carr, aged 23, of Sandringham Drive, Dukinfield, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female in Glossop and was ordered to compete up to 20 days of Rehabilitation Activities and carry out 120 hours of unpaid work. A restraining order was issued prevention him from contacting his victim or entering a street in Glossop. He was also ordered to pay compensation of £120, victim surcharge of £60, costs of £85 and a criminal courts charge of £150.

David Ian Jackson, aged 31, of Bamford Green, Gamesley, admitted failing to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence order imposed in respect of offences of harassment and threatening behaviour in Glossop. He was ordered to complete an extra 35 hours of unpaid work and pay a criminal courts charge of £100.

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Suspended prison sentence for man with imitation gun in Hadfield

Marc John Steele, aged 25, of Station Road, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to having an imitation firearm in a public place and was given a 24 week prison sentence suspended for one year. The court said that the offence was serious and that he had previous relevant similar convictions including possession of a knife and a racially aggravated public order offence. He was ordered to be under curfew for 20 weeks, have treatment for alcohol dependency and pay victim surcharge of £80 plus costs of £300 and a criminal court charge of £180.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks -25 November 2015

Domanick Dobson, aged 26, of Church Street, Tintwistle, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female in Glossop, failing to surrender to custody and resisting a police constable in the execution of his duty. He was fined £80 and ordered to pay compensation of £50, victim surcharge of £20 and £150 criminal courts charge for resisting the policeman, fined £40 for not surrendering to custody and will be sentenced for the assault on 21st December pending reports.

Benjamin Sakalis, aged 23, of Shrewsbury Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to driving a car on Spire Hollin without due care and attention in February 2015, failing to stop or provide details after an accident where a female was injured and a car damaged, and failing to report the accident. He was finder £270 plus victim surcharge of £27 and costs of £250. His driving licence was endorsed with 8 points.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 2-4th November 2015

Lloyd Anthony Harrop, aged 28 , of The Links, Hyde, pleaded guilty to driving a car on Park Road Hadfield whilst disqualified and without insurance. He was given a 12 week prison sentence suspended for two years. The court said there had been a blatant disregard of a court order of the offence was committed whilst on bail for identical offences. He was ordered to complete 150 of unpaid work and undertake rehabilitation activities.

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"Dangerously out of control "Hadfield dog muzzled


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Kayleigh Campus, aged 18, of Station Road Hadfield admitted being in charge of  a dog that was dangerously out of control on Roe Cross Road, Mottram in September. The dog, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, injured a woman. Campus was ordered to pay £409 compensation plus costs of £100 and £20 victim surcharge. Tameside Magistrates also ordered that the dog be muzzled and kept on a lead in public.

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Jail for Glossop drug dealer

Adam Jackson, aged 33, of Bradwell Terrace, Glossop pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, amphetamines and cannabis with intent to supply and was jailed for 38 months at Derby Crown Court last week. Patrolling officers saw Jackson and another man stood near a car in Matlock Bank, Glossop, on the afternoon of April 25 last year and thought they were acting suspiciously. They went to investigate and saw Jackson throw a bag in a nearby bin before running off. Items such as plastic food bags and scales were found in the bag along with white powder.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 19th October 2015

Michael Jason John Rose, aged 42, of Hollins Close, Glossop, pleaded guilty to driving in Glossop with 56ug-1/100ml of alcohol in his breath. He was disqualified from driving for 16 months and was fined £120 plus victim surcharge of £20, costs of £85 and criminal courts charge of £150.

Aiden Joseph Wolleson, aged 20, of Edward Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female and was fined £80 and ordered to pay £100 compensation plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 21st October 2015

Damien Michael Carr, aged 23, of Sandringham Drive, Dukinfield, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female. Sentencing was adjoined until 11th November for reports. 
Jerzy Rafal Stepniewski, aged 43, of The Boulevard, Hollingworth, p;eaded guilty to driving on Padfield Main Road whilst disqualified and without insurance. He was given an 8 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid work and disqualified from driving for 32 months. The court noted that he had a bad record of offending including three similar offences, the others five years ago

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 12th October 2015

Jordan Jay Stobbart, aged 19, of Gladstone Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to failing to provide a blood specimen, driving a motorbike in Charlesworth while disqualified from driving, without insurance, without protective headgear, without lights and without a test certificate. He also admitted breaches of community orders in respect of previous convictions for taking a car in Glossop without consent and possession of a knuckle duster on Victoria Street.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 19 August 2015

Leslie Luke Turner, aged 20, of Brosscroft, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to causing £900 of damage to a house in Gamesley and with intent to cause another harassment, alarm or distress, used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, thereby causing that person or another harassment, alarm or distress. Contrary to Section 4A(1) and (5) of the Public Order Act 1986. Sentencing was adjourned pending reports and Turner ordered not to enter Gamesley.

Jade Louise Salthouse, aged 31, of Rowarth Bank Glossop pleaded guilty to a charge of having a meat cleaver in  public place without good reason or lawful authority contrary to section 139(1) and (6) of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. Sentencing was adjourned pending reports.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - August 2015a

Garry STAFFORD, aged 52, of Crossfield Grove, Marple Bridge, pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of driving at excess speed on the A57 Snake Pass road and obstructing a police constable in June 2015. He was fined £400, plus £620 costs and victim surcharge of £40 plus a criminal courts charge of £520. The court noted that a man in attendance refused to be identified and was ejected from the court when he started shouting.

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Man pleads guilt to assault of female and causing damage to house

Thomas Adamson, aged 25, of Wessington Bank, Gamesley, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female and causing criminal damage to a house, at Northern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court in Buxton yesterday. Sentencing was adjourned pending reports.

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Susupended prison sentence for Hayfield man following assault

Ace Sanchez, aged 27 of Hayfield, pleaded guilty and was given a 10 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months for the assault by beating of a male. Sanchez also pleaded guilty to damaging a car. The court heard that the offence happened at night in New Mills town centre, that it involved kicking and punching the victim whilst on the ground and that Sanchez has previous convictions for violence. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs, victim surcharge of £80, compensation of £330 and participate in Resolve Offending behaviour programme for 26 days.

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Justice from Buxton beaks - 11-24th June 2015

David Ian Jackson, aged 31, of Bamford Green, Gamesley received an 18 week prison sentence suspended for 2 years after pleading guilty to harassment of a female, and using or threatening unlawful violence. The court heard that Jackson committed the offences in a domestic setting, brandished a weapon, was drunk and had previous convictions. He was also ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work and pay victim surcharge of £80 and criminal courts charge of £180.

Nicola Pollard. aged 51, of Glossop Road, Charlesworth pleaded guilty to drink - driving in Charlesworth with 343µg/100ml-1 of alcohol in urine. She was given an interim disqualification from driving pending probation reports.

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Three year driving ban for Snake Pass driver with cannabis in blood

Antony David Dinsdale, aged 31, of Grindleford, was fined £110 plus costs and victim surcharge, and disqualified from driving for 3 years after pleading guilty to driving on the A57 Snake Pass with 4.3µg/l-1 of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in his blood.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks May/June 2015

Benjamin Carl Hayman, aged 31 , of Palm Court, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to driving a car on the A6 with 94µg/ 100ml-1 alcohol in his breath. He was disqualified from driving for 24 months, ordered to complete 60 hours of unpaid work and pay victim surcharge of £60, costs of £85 and criminal courts charge of £150.

Stephen Mark Farrar, aged 18, of Cross Cliffe, Glossop, pleaded guilty to driving a car on Derbyshire Level with 46µg/ 100ml-1 of alcohol in his breath. He was fined £110, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £22, costs of £85 and criminal courts charge of £150 and disqualified from driving for 12 months.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 18/20 May 2015



Kristopher Urech, aged 45, of Stoneglen Way, Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada pleaded guilty to driving a Mercedes in Glossop with 79ug/100ml-1 alcohol in his breath and was fined £225 plus victim surcharge of £25 and costs of £85. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months. Attendance at a drink driver course was not required because Urech is a Canadian national.

Maxime Cooke, aged 52, of Station Road Hadfield, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress to a juvenile. She was put under electronic curfew for ten weeks and a restraining order imposed. She was also ordered to pay victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85.

Max Lewis Buiskool, aged 25, of Fletcher Road, Stoke on Trent pleaded guilty to driving a delivery truck without due care and attention on Ellison Street in Glossop in September 2014. He was fined £37 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85 and his driving licence endorsed with 3 points.

Christopher Voisey, aged 62, of Hadfield Road, Hadfield pleaded guilty to driving a Renault  in Glossop without insurance. He was fined £110 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85, and his driving licence endorsed with 6 points.

Suspended prison sentence for Glossop benefit cheat

Stephanie Doodson, aged 26, of High Street West, Glossop, pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the Department of Work & Pensions and dishonestly failing to notify the  Department of Work & Pensions and High Peak Borough Council of a change in circumstances affecting entitlement to Income Support, Jobseekers Allowance, council tax benefit and and housing benefit. She was given a 16 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, ordered to carry out 160 hours of unpaid work and pay victim surcharge of £85 and costs of £85.

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Prison for man who stole from Glossop jeweller

Clifton McGowan, aged 25, of Glamorgan Place, Oldham pleaded guilty to stealing rings and a jewellers eyeglass to the value of £3685 from Carl Cristopher Jewellers in Glossop and was sent to prison for 26 weeks. The court was told it was a pre-meditated offence involving high value jewellery, that the defendant had a record for dishonesty offences and the current offence constituted a pattern of similar offending. He was also ordered to pay victim surcharge of £85.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 25th March 2015

Jack David Wooley, aged 19, of Ullwater Avenue, Crewe, pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of failing to stop and failing to report an accident in which somebody was injured, and driving a transit van without due care and attention in Hayfield. He was fined £525 plus £53 victim surcharge and £620 and disqualified from driving for 5 months.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 23 March 2015

Peter Brierley, aged 68, of Uplands Road Glossop was found guilty of assault by beating of a female in Glossop. He was fined £165 and ordered to pay victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £200.

Tahir Ali, aged 44, of New Road, Oldham, was fund guilty of driving a vehicle on Collier Street Glossop without die care and attention. He was fined £110 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £200. His driving licence was endorsed with 5 points.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 16th March 2015

Andy Groom, aged 33, of Belgrade Avenue, Chinley, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly on Norfolk Street in Glossop on 28th February 2014. He was fined £83 and ordered to pay victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £85.

Leighton Ashley Hayes, aged 28, of St Mary's Road, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating in Glossop on 14th February 2015. Sentencng was adjourned pending a pre-sentence report. He was ordered not to enter any licensed premises in Glossop to prevent reoffending.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 11th March 2015

Steven William Yates, aged 60, of King Street, Glossop pleaded guilty to failing to provide a breath specimen and was given a 20 week prison sentence suspended for two years, banned from driving for 5 years and ordered to participate in Alcohol Specified Activity Requirement, pay a victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85. The court heard that Yates' driving was seriously impaired, that he was falling asleep at the wheel, refused to stop and was argumentative. He was described as a "high risk to police".

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Justice from the Buxton beaks-5/7 January 2014

Frank Benjamin Fuller, aged 21, of Ewart Court, Glossop, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent in Glossop. Sentencing was adjourned pending a hearing for breach of an existing order.
Stuart Andrew Hill, aged 43, of Carter Place, Hyde, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a male in Glossop. Sentencing was adjourned.
Josh Kinsley Stafford, aged 20, of Church Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to causing £1200 of damage to a car door on Pikes Lane, Glossop, in October 2014. he was discharged conditionally for 6 months and ordered to pay £200 compensation.
Stuart Andrew Hill, aged 43, of Carter Place, Hyde, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a male in Glossop. Sentencing was adjourned pending a full report requested by probation.

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Tintwistle woman indicates guilty pleas to theft and fraud offences

Hayley Jane Jones, aged 30, of West Drive, Tintwistle indicated pleas of guilty to charges of: stealing a bank card, committing fraud by using a stolen bank card to obtain £300 dishonestly, making false representations to Vanquis Bank, Tesco Bank, Sainsbury Bank and NatWest Bank to obtain credit card limits for herself at the expense of another person. All the offences occurred during October 2014. The case was adjourned until 26th January for a pre-sentence report to be prepared by probation. Jones was ordered not to contact her victim directly or indirectly to prevent interference with witnesses or otherwise obstruct the course of justice. 

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 22 December 2014

Christopher William Roberts, aged 33, of Princess Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of three females and was given 16 week prison sentences suspended for two years for each offence. The court heard that the offences occurred in a domestic setting with children present and involved a prolonged sustained assault that involved kicking an threats of more serious injury. Roberts had been consuming alcohol and resisted arrest. He was also ordered to pay compensation totalling £300, victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85. Roberts also pleaded guilty to resisting arrest. No separate penalty was imposed.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks - 17th December 2014

Frank Fuller, aged 21, of Ewart Court, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulation words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, causing harassment, alarm or distress to a woman. he was ordered to carry out 40 hours of unpaid work, issued with restraining order and ordered to pay victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85.

Sid Price, aged 19, of Bank Bottom, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to damaging a door. He was fined 3128 and ordered to [ay compensation of £100 plus £85 costs.

Josh Kinsley Stafford, aged 20, of Church Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to damaging a car door on Pikes Lane, Glossop. The case was adjourned until January to allow CPS to obtain details of compensation amount.

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Man pleads guilty to assault by beating of a female in Glossop

Matthew Daniel Hartle, aged 22, of Combs Lea, Gamesley, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female in Glossop. Sentencing was adjourned pending a report at Northern Derbyshire Magistrates Court on 17th November 2014.

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Suspended prison sentence for man who assaulted public health worker in Glossop

Zhang Un Wi, aged 34, of Kelberlow Street. Oldham, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a woman in Glossop and was given a 12 week prison sentence suspended for a year. Northern Derbyshire Magistrates Court was told that Wu had attacked a public health worker who was treating him late at night. Wu was also ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months and pay £200 compensation.  17th November 2014.

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Glossop cases heard at Buxton Magistrates Court 6th October 2014

Nathan John Carrigg, aged 23 of Consett Road, St Helens, pleaded guilty to driving a Volvo without die care and attention at Woodhead and was fined £220 plus victim surcharge of £22 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 7 points.

Frank Fuller, aged 30, of Ewart Drive, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to using threatening abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour   in Hadfield with intent to cause a female alarm or distress and causing harassment. Sentencing was deferred pending a report.

Miroslaw Haro aged 35 of Kinder, Hayfield, was found guilty in absenceof driving a Range Rover without valid insurance.  He was fined £400 plus victim surcharge of £40 and costs of £85. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

Paul John Taylor, aged 50, of Buxton Road, Stockport pleaded guilty to driving on Glossop Road Glossop without insurance and was fined £309 plus victim surcharge of £30 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 29 September - 2nd October 2014

Edward Richard Alderton, aged 38, of Green Lane, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to harassment of a woman and failing to surrender to custody after having been released on bail. Sentencing was adjourned pending Probation Services report.

Adib Mahmood, aged 32, of Montgomery Road, Sheffield, was found guilty in absence of driving at excessive speed on the A57 Sheffield Road in Glossop. he was  fined £400 plus victim surcharge of £40 and costs of £85. His driving licence was endorsed with six points.

Ashley Cook, aged 26, of Haddon Mews, Glossop. pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female. The case was adjourned pending a pre-sentence report.

Samuel David Doyle, aged 31, of High Street East, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female. Sentencing was adjourned pending Probation Services report.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - 22-24th September 2014

Elizabeth Willis, aged 25, of Queen Street, Glossop, pleaded not guilty to a charge of assisting an offender, Antony O'Neill, who had allegedly committed grievous bodily harm. She was sent for trial at Derby Crown Court.

Edward Richard Alderton, aged 38, of Green Lane, Hadfield, who had been charged with harassment of a female. A warrant for arrest without bail was made on the basis of no appearance in answer to bail.

David Michael Boyer, aged 60, of Lazy Otter Meadows, Stretham, Cambridgeshire, pleaded guilty to driving on the A628 Woodhead Road without due care and attention. He was fined £272 plus victim surcharge of £27 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 15th September 2014

Liam Hulme, aged 22, of Greenway, Romiley was given an 8 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, served a restraining order, and order to attend a "participate in improving relationships" course after pleading guilty to harassment of a female. he was also ordered to pay victim surcharge of £85 and costs of £85. The court said that Liam Hulme was "nothing but a bully" and noted his previous similar offending. magistrates said that Hulme's messages caused his victim a real fear of violence in her own home.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - September 2014 -1

Charlotte Louise Krommendijk, aged 26, of Platt Street, Padfield, pleaded guilty to failing to report an accident and driving without due care and attention on on Marple Road, Chisworth. She was fined £230 plus costs of £85 and victim surcharge of £23. Her driving licence was endorsed with 6 points

Shahnaj Begum, aged 27, of Perigree Road, Sheffield was found guilty in absence of failing to provide information on a driver and driving at excess speed on the A57 Snake Pass road at Ladybower. She was fined £600 plus victim surcharge of £65 and costs of £85. Her driving licence was endorsed with three points.

Christopher Courtney, aged 34, of Capesforn Walk, Manchester, pleaded guilty to stealing a bicycle from Halfords in Glossop and was fined £110 plus costs of £85 and victim surcharge of £20.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks, 27th August 2014

Redford Colwell, aged 23, of Post Street Padfield, pleaded guilty to driven on Market Street/Wooley Lane in Glossop with 167µg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. He was fined £3000, ordered to pay costs and victim surcharge totaling £115 and disqualified from driving for 20 months.

Aiden Ashley Cross-Devlin, aged 24, of Snipe Road, Oldham, pleaded guilty to stealing two snooker cues in Glossop and was ordered to pay £40 compensation.

Sarah Janes Downs, aged 35, of Sherwood Fold, Charlesworth, was found guilty of assault by beating of a male in Glossop and was conditionally discharged for 18 months, ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and costs of £625.

Kevin Baker,aged 41, of Ruskin Way Prenton, pleaded guilty to driving at excessive speed on the A57 Snake Pass road. Sentencing was adjourned to consider disqualification from driving.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 18th August 2014

Jack Allan, aged 26, of Goyt Road Disley pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a female and destroying hair straighteners in Glossop. He was ordered to be under curfew for 8 weeks and attend appointments with the responsible officer.

Roan David Farley, aged 39, of Victoria Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to ssault by beating of a female. He was ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work, pay a £60 victim surcharge plus costs of £85 and attend a "building better relationships" programme for 60 days.


Nathan Walsh-Bradshaw, aged 43, of Wood Road, Sheffield, pleaded guilty to driving at excess speed on the A57 Snake Pass road at Ladybower and was fined £212 plus victim surcharge of £21 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

Justice from the Buxton beaks, 13th August 2014

David Stephen Oldham, aged 51, of Woodseats Lane, Charlesworth pleaded guilty to driving a Landrover with two defective tyres in Charlesworth and not having the rear registration mark fixed in the manner prescribed by law. He'd was fined £333 plus victim surcharge of £33 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with three points.

Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 28th July 2014

Susan Kay Johnson, aged 46, of New Shaw Lane Hadfield, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident and driving with after having consumed excess alcohol. She was fined £590 plus victim surcharge of £59 and costs of £85 and disqualified from driving for 15 months.

Wendy Waring, aged 44, of Daisyhill Road, Mossley, pleaded guilty to driving at excess speed on Sheffield Road Glossop and was fined £74 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £35. Her driving licence was endorsed with six points.

Gareth Feeney, aged 35, of Penarth Road, Manchester, pleaded guilty to driving at excessive speed on the A57 Snake Pass road and was fined £315 plus victim surcharge of £32 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with six points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 15/16th July 2014

Jorden Power, aged 22, of Whitfield Avenue, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating and was given a 12 week prison sentence suspended for 18 months. The court said only custody was justified due to the nature of the assault upon a young man trying to calm a situation, and was aggravated by Power's record of previous convictions and breaches of community orders. He was ordered to pay £100 compensation and attend appointments with the Responsible Officer for an 18 month supervisory period.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 30th June 2014

Paul John King, aged 37, of Mill Court Glossop, pleaded guilty to having a large kitchen knife in a public place (King Street, Glossop), and was committed to Derby Crown Court for sentence. He was ordered not to enter Whitfield and not to be under the influence of alcohol in a public place.

Peter Michael Woloszyinck, aged 34, of Charley Lane, Chinley, pleaded guilty to outraging public decency by masturbating in public in Hadfield, contrary to common law. He was remanded on bail pending a pre-sentence report and ordered not to enter any nature trail or reserve or public park.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 18th June 2014

Nitesh Kumar Patel, aged 42, of Cedar Avenue, Stalybridge, pleaded guilty to speeding through Dinting Vale and was fined £51, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 3 points.

Ikbal Singh, aged 39, of Church Lane, Handsworth, pleaded guilty to driving on Woodhead Road without due care and attention.  He was fined £74, ordered to pay victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 11th June 2014

Antony Hadfield, aged 45, of High Street West Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating  and using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour. Sentencing was adjourned until 25th June for an alcohol treatment report assessment.

Lynsey Jane Still, aged 36, of Duxbury Dtreet, Bolton, pleaded guilty to assault in Hadfield and  was conditionally discharged for 12 months, ordered to pay compensation of £25, victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £200.

Yan Jing Wu, aged 31 of Brooklyn Works, Sheffied, was found guilty of failing to give information about the driver a car in Glossop who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He was fined £560, and ordered to pay costs of £160, victim surcharge of £56 and his driving licence endorsed with 6 points

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 9th June 2014

Stephanie Mellor, aged 43, of Mersey Bank Road, Hadfield was found guilty in absence of driving a car with no insurance at Glossop Market ground in December last year. She was fined £200 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85. Her driving licence was endorsed with 3 points.

Luke Leslie Turner, aged 18, of Queens Drive Glossop, pleaded guilty to damaging the window of Naseeb's Restaurant in Glossop and was ordered to pay £150 compensation plus costs of £85.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 21st May 2014

Stuart Lee Cranston, aged 30, of Hazelhurst Road, Ashton, pleaded guilty to threatening behaviour and resisting a police officer in Hadfield. The court said that Cranston had threatened somebody with a bottle which smashed in a public place. He was given a 10 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months and  a nine month supervision order including participation in "Control of Violence for Angry Impulsive Drinkers" programme for 12 days. Plus compensation of £86, victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £100.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 19th May 2014

Samuel David Doyle, aged 30, of Torside Mews, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to destroying internal fixtures and fittings valed at £2200 belonging to another person.  He was remanded on bail pending a pre-sentence report.

Patrick William O'Hagen, aged 45, of High Street East, Glossop, pleaded guilty to stealing wine from Marks and Spencer, Glossop, on two dates in April 2014. He was ordered to comply with a community order, and to pay compensation of £8.49, victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks 12th May 2014

Christian John Bamford, aged 27, of Buxton Close, Glossop, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a male in Hadfield and was conditionally discharged for 12 months, ordered to pay compensation of £50, victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £100.

Samuel David Doyle, aged 30, of Torside Mews, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to damaging property with £2200 belonging to another person. He was remanded on bail until 19th May pending a pre sentence report.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks 28th April 2014

Christopher Bardsley, aged 27, of Uplands Road, Glossop, pleaded guilty to driving a car on Uplands Road without insurance and was disqualified from driving for 6 months and fined £440 plus victim surcharge of £44 and costs of £35.

Joseph Collins, aged 24, of Queen Street Glossop, pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and assault by beating. He was ordered to be under curfew for two months and pay victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85.

Benjamin Paul Leach, aged 33, of Kiln Lane, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to driving with no insurance on Arundel Street in Glossop and was fined £170 and order to pay victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 23rd April 2014

Paul Antony Bennett, aged 43, of Dorset Close, Rugby, pleaded guilty to driving at excess speed on the A57 Snake Pass road and was fined £430 plus victim surcharge of £43 and costs of £35. His driving licence was endorsed with 5 points.

Matthew Ray Downings, aged 19, of Buxton Walk, Gamesley, pleaded guilty to allowing himself to be carried in a vehicle that he knew had been taken without consent of the owner and was order to complete 40 hours of unpaid supervised work, pay a victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 14th April 2014

Ian Moore, aged 32, of Manor Park Road, Glossop, pleaded guilty to theft of two bottles of Jack Daniels whiskey from Glossop Co-Op and was given a 4 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months. The court said that he had committed an act of dishonesty whilst subject to a community order for theft which had been breached on two occasions within a short space of time, involving the theft of vacuum cleaners. He was also required to be under curfew with electronic monitoring for 18 weeks and ordered to pay compensation of £53.38

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 7th April 2014

Daniel Downes, aged 37, of Platt Street, Padfield, pleaded guilty to assault by beating of a woman and was ordered to complete 90 hours of unpaid work and attend 26 sessions of a building better relationships course. He was also ordered to pay £60 in victim surcharge and £85 costs.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 26th March 2014

Alicia Wilson, aged 31, of Railway Street, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to driving a Mazda car on Shaw Lane without a licence and without valid insurance. She was fined £110 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £35, and her licence endorsed with 6 points. 

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 24th March 2014

Richard Ian Hallsworth, aged 32, of Rowarth Road, Manchester, pleaded guilty to using a hand-held phone whilst driving on the Woodhead Road. He was fined £134 plus victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £35 and his driving licence was endorsed with 3 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks

Jordan James Frith, aged 23, of Compstall Road, Romiley, was fined £345 plus victim surcharge of £35 and costs of £35 after admitting driving at excessive speed on the A57 Snake Pass Road.  The court said that Frith was driving at a "grossly extreme speed" but did not disqualify him from driving because of the surrounding circumstances and the facts that he had a clean driving licence and was a man of good character. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 10/12 February 2014

Richard John Wheatley, aged 69, of Clarendon Road, Sheffield, pleaded guilty to driving a Porsche vehicle at excessive speed on the A57 Snake Pass and was fined £435 plus costs and surcharge of £79. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.
Antony Paul Burgess, aged 39, of Victoria Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to driving a car in Buxton without insurance and was fined £270 plus costs and surcharge of £62. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks

Deivydas Puniskis, aged 34, of Essington Drive, Manchester, pleaded guilty to driving a Mercedes Van in Shirebrook Park, Glossop, with 68 micrograms of alcohol per 100 ml of breath, and without a licence or insurance. He was disqualified from driving for 3 years, fined £225 plus costs and surcharges of £182. 

Ronald Dunn, aged 61, of Colne Road, Burnley, pleaded guilty to driving a Mercedes vehicle at excessive speed on the Snake Pass A57 road and was fined £467 plus surcharges and costs of £79. His driving licence was endorsed with 6 points.

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Justice from the Buxton beaks - January 2014

Michael Oldham, aged, 18, of Church Street, Glossop, admitted removing an identification device from his ankle which had been put there as part of a  sentence for entering Wetherspoons in Rhyl, Wales, with intent to steal. Magistrates ordered that he be under a curfew and electronically tagged until 9th March 2014.

Jamie Robert Finlay, aged 23, of Gladstone Street, Glossop, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating and was ordered to be under curfew for 6 weeks and pay compensation, surcharge and costs totalling £370.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks November 2013

Jason Whitney Prince Simpson, aged 45, of Beechwood, Glossop was fined £200 plus £105 costs and victim surcharge for driving too fast at Dinting Vale, Glossop. His licence was endorsed with 3 points.

Adam Kershaw, aged 26, of Woodland Road, Gorton, was order to carry out 40 hours of community service, and pay compensation of £360 plus costs and victim surcharge totaling £145 for damaging the window of Pick a Card in Glossop.

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Justice From the Buxton Beaks. November 2013

Benjamin Luke Dunn, aged 24, of Leevale Drive, Charlesworth, was remanded in custody pending sentencing after pleading guilty to charges of possessing a knife and stalking in Glossop. The magistrates directed that a live video link be used.

Cally Wilkinson, aged 27, of Railway Street, Hadfield, pleaded guilty to stealing £7050 from the Coop Bank and cash and an ATM card to the value of £141 from another person. She was referred to Derby Crown Court for sentencing at a later date.

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Justice from the Buxton Beaks, 9th October 2013

Because the Glossop Chronicle and the Glossop Advertiser only cover Tameside Magistrates Court proceedings, the Glossop Gazette is happy to offer readers this synopsis of judgements direct from the heart of High Peak Justice in Buxton.

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