IN COURT: The Latest Cases from Basingstoke and the Surrounding Area

IN COURT: The Latest Cases from Basingstoke and the Surrounding Area

Handel Close’s Zdenko Danas and Porter Road’s Miroslav Simo allegedly caused the deposition of a plastic door, a broken plastic box and a barbecue grill at the Brighton Hill supermarket recycling site on March 16.

Danas, 27, and Simo, 36, who have not filed pleadings for the office, postponed their cases in Basingstoke Magistrates Court, so an interpreter can be arranged.

They will then appear in the same court on January 18.

  • A MAN has been slapped with a four-figure fine after transporting waste without being registered.

Neil Inkley of Garden Solutions, admitting that he transports green waste, including lawn mows, without being a registered hauler of controlled waste.

The crime was said to have occurred in Bramley on September 22.

Companies wishing to transport or dispose of controlled waste must register with the Environment Agency, to protect the environment and discourage dumping.

In a case brought by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, Inkley, of Silchester Road, Bramley, was fined £ 2,500 on 21 December.

He was also ordered to pay £ 380 in costs.

  • A MAN received a rehabilitation order after being found in possession of a compressed air pistol in a northern Hampshire town.

Darren Phillip Ironside admitted to being in possession of the offensive weapon on January 25 in a public place, specifically in Aldershot.

He was also in possession of a blue-handled knife on Grosvenor Road.

Ironside, of Birchett Road in Farnborough, received a twelve-month community warrant in Guildford Magistrates Court on December 17.

They told him to undergo 10 days of rehabilitation activities and to do 150 hours of unpaid work.

He must also pay a surcharge to the victim of £ 95, and the air pistol and knife will be destroyed.

Meanwhile, the 36-year-old did not receive a separate penalty for failing to turn himself in to the Basingstoke Magistrates Court after being released on bail.

  • A MAN has been fined nearly £ 500 for trying to avoid a £ 20 train ticket.

Phillip Griffith was caught traveling on a Great Western Railway service at Basingstoke on June 27 without having paid the £ 18.10 fare.

The court heard that he intended to avoid payment.

Griffith, of Gordon Road in Newbury, was fined £ 440 after the case was tried in his absence in Reading Magistrates Court on 17 December.

The 42-year-old was also ordered to pay compensation of £ 18.10, a victim surcharge of £ 44 and costs of £ 180.

It meant a total bill of £ 682.10, more than 37 times the price of the fare he tried to avoid.

  • The case of a Basingstoke man accused of leaving his vehicle in a dangerous position on a bike path has been discontinued.

Gadilbek Sagidenov of Wateridge Road was charged with leaving the Mercedes on Rosslyn Road, London on February 24 in a position that posed a danger of injury to other people using the road.

The charge indicated that the 36-year-old man had left his vehicle in a bike lane “marked by an uninterrupted white lane, which caused the cyclist to pass the truck onto the highway in a direction toward oncoming traffic.”

He had denied the charge at an earlier hearing in September, and appearing before Westminster Magistrates Court on December 8, the case was suspended.

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