Week in court

St Helens Magistrates Court
St Helens Magistrates Court

A man from St Helens who stole meat and cheese worth £192 from Lidl is among those appearing in week in court

Philip George Morton, (51), No fixed address, St Helens: Stole coffe, meat and cheese worth a total of £192 from Aldi, stole 20 packets of bacon from Co-op - Jailed for six weeks, £80 victim surcharge, £150 criminal courts charge.

Peter Pickavance, (23), Windle Hall Drive, St Helens: Damaged two wing mirrors of a VW Bora belonging to Michael White - 12-month community order with 140 hours of unpaid work requirement, £200 compensation, £60 victim surcharge, £200 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

David William Wilsonm, (38), Cherry Tree Drive, St Helens: Drove a BMW 5 series, knowing it was taken without consent, interfered with a motor vehicle, committing an offence while subject of a conditional discharge: Jailed for twelve weeks.

Lee Robert Challenor, (32), Lyon Street, St Helens: Assaulted Lyndsey Wilkinson by beating, damaged a fireplace, windows and television to the value of £500: Jailed for four weeks, £80 victim surcharge, and £150 criminal courts charge.

Stephen Daniel Duffy, (24), Whitestone Court, Shaw Lane, Prescot: Possession of cannabis - Fined £50, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, £180 criminal courts charge.

Peter Gallagher, (43), Riding Close, Clock Face: Being drunk and disorderly in St Helens - £37 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, £150 criminal courts charge.

Joseph Lynch, (49), Silkstone Street, St Helens: Attempted to possess cannabis - £73 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Geoffrey Tilley, (63), Mooreway, Rainhill, Prescot: Failed to provide a breath test for analysis - £110 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, £150 criminal courts charge, disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Kieran Kerr, (39), Blackdown Grove, St Helens: Damaged a door to the value of £100 - 12-month conditional discharge, £100 compensation, £15 victim surcharge, £80 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.