Berkshire residents who have appeared in court – June 2022

Mohammed Zafar, 23, of Castleview Road, Slough, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order after failing to attend supervision appointments in January 2022. Fined £70 and made to pay £75 in court costs. 
Ian Cornwall, 40, of Skyllings, Newbury, admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work in January 2022. Ordered to pay costs of £60.
ADRIAN FLEURY-HOLLAND, 46, of Tunbridge Close, Earley, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work in January 2022. Fined £150 and made to pay £60 in costs. 
CLIVE ADAMS, 34, of Romsey Road, Tilehurst, admitted failing to comply with a community order by fouling to attend appointments in February and March 2022. Made to pay costs of £60.
DOUGLAS LAFFERTY, 47, of Byefield Road, Reading, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend rehabilitation sessions in January and February 2022. Fined £50 and made to pay £60 court costs. 
DANIEL WILDER, 26, of Montacute Drive, Thatcham, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend supervision appointments in February and March 2022. Made to pay £60 court costs. 

May 17

OWEN TEMBA, 29, of Mill Lane, Newbury, convicted of driving under the influence of cocaine on Lower Earley Way, Reading, on December 29, 2020. Fined £240 and made to pay £274 in court costs. Banned from driving for three years. 
ORI OSCAR, 24, of Leaves Garden, Bracknell, convicted of two counts of assault and sending a text message which conveyed a threat between December 5 2021 and December 9 2021 in Bracknell. Community order made. Requirement to take part in up to 30 days of rehabilitation activities. Made to pay £445 in court fees. 

May 20

ANDREW HILLIER, 29, of Tudor House, Maidenhead, admitted driving under the influence of cocaine on Farnham Lane, Slough, on September 18, 2021. Community order made. Requirement to take part in up to 25 rehabilitation activity days. Made to pay £180 in court fees. Banned from driving for 12 months. 
JAMIE BRANSCOMBE, 24, of Longwood Avenue, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work sessions in December 2021 and January 2022. Ordered to pay costs of £30. 
TOMMY COATES, 22, of Mansion Lane, Slough, admitted failing to comply with supervision requirements following release from a period of detention by failing to attend appointments in February and March 2022. Fined £200 and made to pay £60 court costs. 
FUAD NUR, 26, of Graylands Close, Slough, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work in March 2022. Fined £40 and made to pay £30 court costs. 
JUSTIN CLIFT, 34, of Wantage Road, Reading, convicted of three counts of theft, namely stealing Calvin Klein t-shirts and from John Lewis Reading, on January 5 and January 10 2022, as well as stealing two North Face jackets from Cotswold Outdoors on January 8, 2022. Also convicted of using using threatening behaviour at Cotswold Outdoors on January 8. Committed to prison for 38 weeks as defendant has ‘a flagrant disregard forcourt orders, because the defendant has a flagrant disregardfor people and their property’ ad because offending committed while on bail and serving a community order. Made to pay a £156 victim surcharge. 
ABNASH SINGH MACHENDRA, 62, of Wildridings Square, Bracknell admitted selling alcohol to a person under the age of 16 on September 23, 2021. Conditional discharge for 12 months. Made to pay £222 in court fees. 
RAJINDER SINGH MACHENDRA, 44, of Wildridings Square, Bracknell admitted selling alcohol to a person under the age of 16 on September 23, 2021. Conditional discharge for 12 months. Made to pay £222 in court fees. 

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