Latest Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead residents in court – April 2022

JAMIE MAYLAND, 36, of Hampden Road, Slough, admitted speeding on A412 Scotts Hill in Rickmansworth on May 24, 2021. Caught going 40mph on a 30mph road. No totting disqualification as the defendant is a plasterer who cannot ferry tools around on public transport. Fined £160 and made to pay £119 in court fees. 

April 13

RILEY PAYNE, 22, of Hutsley Close, Slough, convicted of taking a motor vehicle, namely a Vauxhall Astra, without consent and causing damage to it in Slough on July 18, 2020. Community order made. Requirement to take part in up to ten days of rehabilitation activities and pay compensation of £1,000. Banned from driving for 12 months. 

April 14

LEEANN HILL-WILLIAMS, 38, of High Street, Langley, Slough, admitted failing to give information relating to the identification of a driver suspected of an offence between August 4, 2021 and September 1, 2021. Fined £100 and made to pay £119 in court fees. Driving record endorsed with six points. 
LEE YELLOP, 52, of Kingsquarter, Maidenhead, admitted breaching a domestic violence protection order in Maidenhead on April 13, 2022. Committed to prison for 14 days and made to pay £85 in court costs. 
DILBUR HUSSAIN, 40, of Moor Lane, Maidenhead, admitted failing to provide a specimen of blood when requested by a constable in Maidenhead on May 30, 2021. Fined £171 and ordered to pay £284 in court fees. Banned from driving for 12 months. 

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