Crawley area trial court results
Wesley Hillier, 40, of Neville Close, Crawley, pleaded guilty to ten counts of violating the Trade Marks Act 1994 by being in possession of fake Stone Island clothing, Ugg boots, Timberland boots, North Face clothing, Nike sneakers, Ralph Lauren coats, a Gucci belt and other well-known clothing brands, for the purpose of winning for himself or for another, or with the intention of causing loss to another, and without the owner’s consent. The offenses took place on March 29, 2017 in Bewbush, Crawley. He was released on parole for one year and ordered to pay £ 400 in costs.
Jack Moore, 33, of Lodge Lane, Hassocks, pleaded guilty to 14 counts of violating the Trademarks Act of 1994 by selling or being in possession of fake Burberry, Louis Vitton, Ralph Lauren, DKNY , Vivienne Westwood, Hermes and Alexander McQueen Clothing and Accessories for the purpose of winning for himself or for another, or with the intent to cause loss to another. The offenses took place in Hassocks and Horsham between May 1 and October 23 last year. He was released on parole for one year and ordered to pay £ 400 in costs.
Georgia Tupa, 22, of Caburn Court, Southgate, Crawley, pleaded guilty to five counts of intentionally touching a woman over 16 sexually when she did not consent to it. The offenses took place in Crawley between November 15, 2018 and July 24, 2019. Sentencing has been adjourned for preparation of reports. He was released on bail on the terms of an electronically monitored curfew between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. and reported to Crawley Police Station daily.
Liam Cheung, 28, of Springfield Road, Horsham, pleaded guilty to driving a BMW on Crawley Road, Horsham on November 16 last year with cannabis in his blood. He was fined £ 374 and banned from driving for a year.
Mohamed Kafeer, 23, of Ardingly Close, Crawley, pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon – a machete – in a public place in Railey Road, Northgate, Crawley on June 5. He was sentenced to four months in prison. in prison, suspended for two years. The court issued a community order requiring 100 hours of unpaid labor. Magistrates said the reason for the conviction was that “it was a nasty weapon and that he was under the influence of drugs at the time and had a history of the offense.”
Michael Finn, 37, of Copthorne Bank, Copthorne, pleaded guilty to driving a vehicle on Hazelwick Avenue, Crawley on November 26 last year with cannabis and the controlled drug Benzoylecgonine in his blood. He was fined £ 600 and banned from driving for three years.
Steven Hayward, 33, of Alpha Road, West Green, Crawley, pleaded guilty to interfering with a Toyota vehicle with intent to steal it. The offense took place in Crawley on July 16 of last year. He also pleaded guilty to helping get rid of jewelry stolen from Crawley on the same date. He was fined £ 300.
Michael Ong, 68, of Amberglade, Southwater, Horsham, has been convicted of failing to give information to police regarding the identity of the driver of a Volvo vehicle allegedly guilty of an offense in Sussex February 10 last year. He was fined £ 660 and banned from driving for six months. The verdict was proven in his absence.
Charles Packham, 26, of Old Forge Lane, Horney Common, Uckfield, pleaded guilty to driving a BMW on the Maresfield A22 bypass on October 19 last year without due diligence or attention. He also pleaded guilty to failing to stop after an accident where damage was done to another vehicle, and guilty of failing to report an accident, in Maresfield on the same date. He was fined £ 270 and banned from driving for six months.
Gregory Marrison, 28, of Leveret Road, Crawley, has been convicted of assaulting a police officer. The offense took place in Crawley on January 1. He was conditionally released for one year and ordered to pay £ 250 in prosecution costs.
Michael Sardes, 22, of Tilgate Way, Crawley, pleaded guilty to possession of an offensive weapon – a wooden pole – in Crawley town center on April 26. He also pleaded guilty to violating a community protection notice. made to prevent him from being under the influence of alcohol or any illegal substance in public areas of Crawley, on the same date. The court issued a community order requiring 150 hours of unpaid labor.
Edward Sullivan, 29, of Three Bridges Road, Three Bridges, Crawley, pleaded guilty to being drunk and messy at County Mall, Northgate, Crawley on March 21. He also pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating Crawley in Northgate on the same date. He was granted a conditional discharge of one year. The court issued a community order demanding 80 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to pay compensation of £ 200.
Yousuf Khan, 30, of Early Commons, Crawley, was convicted of dangerously driving a Volkswagen vehicle in Nursery Lane, Bolney on September 15, 2018. He pleaded guilty to failing to provide a sample of breath for analysis when necessary. by police in Crawley on February 8. He was sentenced to six months in prison and banned from driving for 27 months. Bail was granted pending an appeal to Lewes Crown Court.