Assault fine

A MAN has been ordered to pay nearly £900 in total for assaulting a woman in Andover.

On November 9 2019, Shwan Kader Khourshid, of Bedford Place, Southampton, assaulted the woman by beating her.

The 37-year-old denied the offence on February 25 2020, but was proved guilty in his absence on July 5 2021.

At Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on July 13 2022, he was handed a £450 fine plus costs of £400 and a £45 surcharge - making a total of £895.

Order breach

AN ANDOVER man has been handed a fine after he failed to attend his court-ordered unpaid work.

Jugal Limbu, of Vigo Road, failed to engage with a telephone appointment on May 19, or attend his unpaid work on May 30, which were part of a community order handed to him by West Hampshire Magistrates’ Court on August 25 2021.

At Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on July 13 2022, the 27-year-old admitted the breach and was fined £115 plus costs of £65.

His community order was also extended and will now end on July 12 2023.

Drug driving

AN ANDOVER man has been handed a fine and disqualification after admitting to driving while more than three times the drug limit.

On April 27, Frankie Vallence, of Galahad Close, was driving along Heather Way with 7ug/L of cannabis compound THC in his blood.

The legal limit is 2.

The 23-year-old was fined £300 after pleading guilty at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on July 14.

He must also pay costs of £85 and a £34 surcharge, and was disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Double assault

AN ANDOVER woman has been given a community order after admitting to assaulting two people in the town.

On April 17, Emma Casson-Crook, of Two Saints, Dene Court, assaulted a man and a woman by beating them.

In addition, on May 16, Casson-Crook assaulted two female police officers while they were on duty.

The 44-year-old pleaded guilty to the offences, and at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on July 13 she was handed a community order.

The order requires her to complete 35 rehabilitation activity days, and a 90-day alcohol abstinence programme.

She must also pay £375 in total compensation, plus a surcharge of £95.

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