Cases before the magistrates

From sexual touching to assault: cases before the magistrates

South Essex magistrates were once again busy with a series of cases.

Here is our latest roundup of cases before the magistrates.

Michael Sarsaa, 51, of The Fremnells, Basildon was in court for a series of offences.

On December 16 last in Fremnells without lawful permission or reasonable excuse, he had with him in a public place, namely Fremnells, an offensive weapon, namely a spade.

He was given a one-year prison sentence suspended for two years and the sentences will run concurrently. He was also ordered to perform a maximum of 30 days of rehabilitation activity, 150 hours of unpaid work.

On the same day and at Basildon without lawful excuse, he damaged the windows of the vehicle, to the value of £150 belonging to a man intending to destroy or damage such property or not caring whether such property would be destroyed or damaged. no separate penalty.

On the same day, in Essex, he assaulted a man, causing him actual bodily harm.

He was given a one-year prison sentence suspended for two years and the sentences will run concurrently. He was also ordered to perform a maximum of 30 days of rehabilitation activity, 150 hours of unpaid work.

Stephen Taylor, 63, of Richmond Avenue, Shoebury was convicted in court of intentionally sexually touching a woman.

He intentionally touched the woman sexually over her clothes and the victim could not refuse it because of or for a reason related to a mental disorder and Steven Taylor knew it or reasonably could have known it.

He was imprisoned for 12 months suspended for 24. He was sentenced to perform a maximum of 25 days of compulsory rehabilitation activity and 150 hours of unpaid work.

A restraining order was subsequently issued against the defendant not to contact the victim directly or indirectly. Sexual Harm Prevention Order made on application for five years and he must not knowingly enter or stay in a private household where a mentally incompetent adult female is present, except in the presence of a caregiver or guardian appropriate who has full knowledge of their sexual offense the story or this order, shall not have unsupervised contact or communication of any kind with any mentally disabled adult woman other than; inadvertent contact that cannot reasonably be avoided in the course of daily living or unsupervised contact, only with the consent of an appropriate care provider or guardian who must have full knowledge of their delinquency history or of this ordinance, he must not undertake any paid or voluntary work or activity, temporary or permanent, likely to bring him into contact with any mentally deficient adult woman, without first informing a Police Surveillance Officer of the jurisdiction in which it resides.

He was ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services of £156 and £145 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Samuel Sparks, 31, of Frithwood Lane, Billericay was in court in relation to indecent images of offenses against children.

On or before July 24, 2020 in Billericay, he made indecent photographs of a child, namely 144 category A images found on a computer tower, which belonged to him.

He said he pleaded guilty on April 28. He has been remanded on unconditional bail until July 15 at Basildon Magistrates’ Court and the reason for the adjournment is that a pre-sentence report is to be prepared.

On or before July 24, 2020 in Billericay, he made indecent photographs of a child, namely 48 category B images found on a computer tower, which belonged to him.

He indicated a guilty plea on April 28.

He said he pleaded guilty on April 28. He has been remanded on unconditional bail until July 15 at Basildon Magistrates’ Court and the reason for the adjournment is that a pre-sentence report is to be prepared.

On or before July 24, 2020 in Billericay, he made indecent photographs of a child, namely 35 category C images found on a computer tower, which belonged to him.

He indicated a guilty plea on April 28.

Zalman’s black computer tower, which belonged to you.

He has been remanded in custody on unconditional bail until July 15 at Basildon Magistrates’ Court and the reason for the adjournment is the preparation of a pre-sentence report.

Monika Oleszczak, 40, of Partridge Green, Basildon, was convicted of using pepper spray and assaulting a victim.

On October 29 in High Road, Pitsea, without the permission of the Secretary of State, she had in her possession a weapon designed or adapted for the discharge of a noxious liquid, namely pepper spray.

A community order has been issued. She was ordered to complete a maximum of 20 days of rehabilitative activity requirement and 150 hours of unpaid work.

On the same day and in the same place, she assaulted a man, causing him actual bodily harm.

A community order was made with the same requirements for rehabilitative activity and the same hours of unpaid work and she was also ordered to pay compensation of £145, a surcharge to fund victim services of £95 and a request for deduction of benefits has been filed. The sum to be recovered is £240.

Mckinnon Chaviri, 21, of Wool Pack, Shoebury is to be tried for drug trafficking.

It is alleged that between May 27, 2021 and June 16, 2022 at Southend he was allegedly involved in supplying a quantity of crack.

The case was sent for trial at Basildon Crown Court on July 15. He is free on bail subject to the following conditions a curfew between 6 p.m. and 4 a.m. at his address and it must be electronic, he must not associate with co-defendants, must not have more of a mobile phone any new phone, model, IP address and SIM card must be registered with the police within 24 hours of purchase. He must also report to Southend Police Station between noon and 4 p.m. on Saturday and he must live and sleep each night at his address.

It is also alleged that between the same dates and at Southend he was involved in supplying a quantity of diamorphine.

He was sent for trial the same day and before the same court. He was released on bail under the same conditions.

Jake Crawley, 29, of Claybourne Circle, Vange was in court after he harassed a woman.

Between January 1 and June 16 in Basildon, his course of action amounted to harassment and caused a woman, on at least two occasions, to fear that violence was being used against her when he knew or should have known that his course of action would cause fear of violence against the woman on every occasion insofar as between these dates he continually showed up at her address, refused to leave her address, approached her in the street and intimidated her.

He said he pleaded guilty on June 17. He was remanded in custody until July 8 to prepare a pre-sentence report.

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