MANY people were dealt with by Wrexham and Mold Magistrates Courts on Monday.

They include...

Richard Brereton, aged 49 and of Daniels Drive, Ruabon, Wrexham, was sentenced for being drunk and disorderly in Ruabon on Saturday (May 18). He was also sentenced for outraging public decency on the same date, with the charge stating he walked around Bodhyfryd public car park naked in an intoxicated state. For outraging public decency, he was fined £80. No separate penalty was imposed for being drunk and disorderly, but the defendant must pay £85 costs and a £32 victim surcharge.

Ella Davies, aged 21 and of Maple Drive in Plas Madoc, Acrefair, was sentenced for drink-driving, which took place at Llangollen Road in Acrefair on April 21. She received a 12 month driving ban and a £120 fine, as well as having to pay a £48 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Michael Rawlins, aged 40 and of Cae Daniel in Rhosllanerchrugog, was sentenced for theft from a shop, which saw him taking items worth £99 from Next at Island Green in Wrexham on May 19. He was fined £80 and must pay £85 costs, as well as a £32 victim surcharge. He must pay a £154 victim surcharge on his release.


Dean Roberts, aged 37 and of Regent Street in Wrexham, was sentenced for criminal damage, which took place at Morrisons in holt Road on October 21 last year and saw him "damage several display monitors." He was also sentenced for affray, which took place on the same occasion, and an offence of failing to surrender to police or court bail. He was jailed for a total of 16 weeks.

Hollie Davies, aged 19 and of Hawarden Road in Hope, was sentenced for speeding - in that she exceeded 70mph on the A55 at Rhuallt on August 20 last year. She was fined £72 and received three penalty points. She must also pay a £28 victim surcharge.

Remigiusz Dynowski, aged 33 and of Pen Y Maes Road in Holywell, was sentenced for speeding - by exceeding a 40mph limit on the A548 at Mostyn on August 20 last year. The court handed down a six month driving ban and ordered the defendant to pay a fine of £420, as well as £110 costs and a £168 victim surcharge.

Mark Boyes, aged 44 and of Glan Y Don, Greenfield, was sentenced for using a handheld mobile phone or device whilst driving, which took place on October 4 at Caernarfon. He was fined £200 and handed six penalty points. The court also ordered him to pay £110 costs and an £85 victim surcharge, but opted not to disqualify him owing to his mitigating circumstances. Those circumstances involved him needing his driving licence to continue in his employment.