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Trespassing, threats, assaults and drug possession - the latest South Tyneside cases at court

The cases were dealt with at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court.
The cases were dealt with at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court.

The following people have been dealt with at South Tyneside Magistrates’ Court.

Callum Goodwin, 24, of Baring Street, South Shields. Sentenced to a conditional discharge for 12 months and ordered to pay £105 costs for possession of a class B drug.

Jake Brownsword, 26, of Boswell Avenue, South Shields. Ordered to pay £395 in fines and costs for breaching a restraining order.

George Thompson, 27, of Harton House Road, South Shields. Sentenced to a community order of 18 months, 20 rehabilitation activity days, and ordered to pay fines, costs and compensation of £250 for assault.

Gavin Brown, 25, of Julian Avenue, South Shields. Sentenced to a community order of 12 months, 20 rehabilitation activity days, and ordered to pay £175 compensation for two offences of assault.

George Dixon, 33, of Chestnut Close, Jarrow. Ordered to pay fines and costs of £1,185 for failing to notify a change of circumstances which would affect entitlement to benefits.

Alex Mason, 24, of South Frederick Street, South Shields. Sentenced to eight weeks in prison and ordered to pay £150 compensation for threatening behaviour and two offences of assault.

Christopher Wilson, 30, of Roseberry Terrace, Boldon. Ordered to pay fines and costs of £195 for trespassing on the railway.

Daniel Louise Wright, 22, of Mayfield Drive, South Shields. Sentenced to a conditional discharge of 12 months and ordered to pay £195 in fines and costs for possession of a class B drug and trespassing on the railway.

Kirstie Hart, 29, of Bideford Gardens, South Shields. Ordered to pay fines and costs of £235 for two offences of possession of class B drugs.

Neil Steadman, 24, of Rowsley Road, Jarrow. Sentenced to a community order of 12 months, 100 hours of unpaid work, and ordered to pay costs and compensation of £470 for assault occasioning actual bodily harm.