In the courts: Cases heard at south Essex magistrates' courts

In the courts

In the courts

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Curt Ellis, 28, of Harridge Road, Leigh, admitted a public order offence. He used threatening or abusive words or behaviour on June 30. He was given a conditional discharge for 12 months and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Steven Ellis, 46, of Point Road, Canvey, was found guilty of assaulting a woman. He beat the woman on December 23 last year in Basildon, on March 9 in Canvey and March 17 in Canvey. He also admitted damaging an internal door belonging to the woman on March 17. He was given 12 week, six week and two week prison sentences to run concurrently and was made subject of a restraining order to the victim. He must pay an £80 victim surcharge and £620 costs.

Meisha Carpenter, 21, of Western Esplanade, Canvey, admitted theft. She stole food and drink worth £27 from Iceland in Hadleigh on July 15. She was imprisoned for four weeks.

Lisa Hill, 21, of Hamlet Court Mews, Westcliff, admitted breaking her community order. She failed to keep appointments on May 14 and May 21. She was fined £20.

Nicholas Falla, 57, of Hastings Road, Southend, admitted harassment. He sent various letters, made phone calls and attended the home of a woman between June 4 and July 3. He was made subject of a restraining order and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Chloe Lomax, 25, of Albert Road, Southend, admitted theft. She stole printer cartridges worth £274.86 from Staples on June 13, coffee worth £40 from the Co-operative in Southend on May 29, and a duvet worth £16.99 from the Range in Southend on June 21. The offences broke her suspended sentence. She was sent to prison for eight weeks.

Scott Watson, 19, of Park Avenue, Canvey, admitted assault and theft. He beat a woman and stole £40 from her in Benfleet on June 17. He was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs. He was also given a conditional discharge for 12 months.

Kurt Leisching-Schroeder, 33, of North Crescent, Southend, admitted breaching his community order. He failed to attend appointments on June 19 and 20. He was ordered to pay £50 costs and must continue with his community order.

Jack Mattock, 22, of Hadleigh Park Avenue, Benfleet, admitted breaching a community order. He failed to attend appointments on June 30 and February 17. He was fined £75 and ordered to pay £50 costs.

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