Here is a round up of some of the cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates' Court, for the week commencing May 2, 2022.

David Williams, 30, of Carisbrooke Road, Newport.

Drug driving and driving without insurance.

Disqualified from driving for 22 months, fine £140, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Emma James, 37, of no fixed address.

Theft of lager from Lidl.

Fine £80, costs £85.

Read about the case here

Andrew Taylor, 41, of Carisbrooke Road, Newport.

Theft of lager from Lidl.

Six-month conditional discharge, costs £85, surcharge £22.

Read about the case here

Joanna Townley, 31, of Orchard Road, East Cowes.

Drink driving and possession of cocaine.

Disqualified from driving for 20 months, fine £416, costs £85, surcharge £42.

Read about the case here

Matthew Lewendon, 50, of Fort Street, Sandown.

Possession of cannabis.

Fine £80, surcharge £34.

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Luke Orton, 25, of Alpine Road, Ventnor.

Possession of cocaine.

Fine £276, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Read about the case here

Aleasha Kelly, 31, of St Martin's Road, Wroxall.

Obstruct or resist a constable in execution of duty at Nodes Point Holiday Centre.

Found guilty after trial.

Fine £120, costs £120, surcharge £34.

Neville Brown, 45, of Linden Road, Newport.

Criminal damage to a drainpipe, and assault by beating.

Compensation £150, 12 month community order, six month alcohol treatment course, 25 rehabilitation days, costs £85.

Lorraine Stanley, 53, of Culver Parade, Sandown.

Drunk in charge of a child at McDonalds, criminal damage by spreading her faeces in the hatch and under the door of a police cell, and failing to surrender to the police/court bail at the appointed time.

Fine £120, costs £40, surcharge £34, compensation £178.

Read about the case here

Max Vines, 22, of Sunnyhill Close, Sandown.

Drug driving.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fine £350, costs £85, surcharge £35.

Harry Blazeby, 24, of Bouldnor Mead, Shalfleet.

Drug driving.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months, fine £120, costs £85, surcharge £35.

Read about the case here

Ryan Bell, 23, of Sandham Close, Sandown.

Drug driving.

Disqualified from driving for three years, two month custodial sentence, suspended for 12 months, and 60 hours of unpaid work. Costs £85, surcharge £128.

Natalia Deacon, 30, of Woodside Avenue, Alverstone Garden Village.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 20 months, fine £300, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Read about the case here

William Appell, 28, of Highfield Road, Cowes.

Possession of a knuckleduster and possession of cannabis.

Fine £300, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Read about the case here

James Davis, 47, of St James Street, Newport.

Drunk and disorderly in a public place, and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

Fine £160, costs £85, surcharge £34.

Ian Phillips, 44, of Trinity Road, Ventnor.

Wounding/inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent.

Compensation £750, 16 weeks in custody, suspended for 12 months, 15 rehabilitation days.

Shane Ely, 32, of Alvington Manor View, Newport.

Two counts of assault by beating, and criminal damage to worktop and fridge.

12 month community order, six month alcohol treatment course, 20 rehabilitation days, six month restraining order, compensation £300.

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