Cases Heard at Bromley and Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

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Cases Heard at Bromley and Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

Several individuals appeared before the Bromley and Bexley Magistrates’ Courts on Monday, June 3, 2024, facing charges ranging from harassment to burglary. Here are the details of the cases:

Cases Heard At Bromley And Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

Terrence Dannie, 55

Cases Heard At Bromley And Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

  • Address: Stonewall, Deptford
  • Charge: Dannie admitted racially aggravated harassment against two police officers in Lewisham on January 15.
  • Verdict: Jailed for two weeks and ordered to pay £100 compensation.

Neil Armstrong, 41

Cases Heard At Bromley And Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

  • Address: No fixed address
  • Charge: Armstrong admitted indecent exposure of his genitals in Lewisham on April 9.
  • Verdict: Jailed for four weeks.

Hamish Stewart, 19

Cases Heard At Bromley And Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

  • Address: Blackheath Vale, Blackheath
  • Charge: Stewart admitted burgling Blackheath Village post office on April 22, stealing sets of keys.
  • Verdict: Given a six-month conditional discharge.

Craig Moody, 35

Cases Heard At Bromley And Bexley Magistrates’ Courts: June 3, 2024

  • Address: Henwick Road, Eltham
  • Charge: Moody admitted assaulting a woman in Kidbrooke on October 16 last year.
  • Verdict: Ordered to pay £200 compensation.

Joshua Jackson, 24

  • Address: Gipsy Road, Norwood
  • Charge: Jackson admitted drug driving in Woolwich on October 27.
  • Verdict: Fined £120 and banned from driving for one year.

Aiden Gannon, 29

  • Address: Portland Avenue, Sidcup
  • Charge: Gannon admitted racially aggravated harassment, alarm or distress in Sidcup on January 19.
  • Verdict: Given a one-year community order and ordered to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work.

These cases serve as a reminder of the importance of upholding the law and the consequences individuals may face when engaging in criminal activities. The courts continue to play a vital role in administering justice and maintaining order within our communities.

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