Cases heard at Romford and Barkingside courts week of June 5

The following cases were heard in Romford and Barkingside Magistrates’ Courts in the week starting June 5.

They include a drink driver and a 14-year-old who was caught with an offensive weapon in school.

Rakeim Christopher Blaize, 31, of Sheringham Avenue in Romford 

Pleaded guilty that on May 20 in Romford Road, Chigwell, he drove while over the legal alcohol limit, named 83mgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath. 

He was fined £700 and disqualified from driving for 19 months. 

Malakai Mills, 27, of Beaumont Road in Leyton 

Pleaded guilty that on May 20 in Romford he used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a police officer. The court found this offence was racially aggravated. 

He was fined £160 and ordered to pay £200 compensation. 

Terry Sawyers, 44, of Felbrigge Road in Ilford 

Pleaded guilty that on June 3 he carried out two burglaries in Ilford and assaulted a police officer. 

He was given a 10 week prison sentence suspended for one year. 

A 14-year-old boy from Upminster 

Pleaded guilty that he had an offensive weapon, a pair of scissors, at school. 

Discharged conditionally for nine months. 

Mashuk Ali, 34, of Church Elm Lane in Dagenham 

Pleaded guilty that on March 18 in Grays he stole £400 worth of alcohol from Tesco. 

He was given a six week prison sentence, taking into consideration his disregard for court orders and his record of previous offending. 

Maria Mann, 42, of Harewood Road in Pilgrims Hatch 

Pleaded guilty that on April 29 in Romford she destroyed a man’s car windscreen, house window and front door. 

She was given a restraining order and fined £80.

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