Chazzity Rose Apihaka Keefe, 20, was remanded for sentencing in the Blenheim District Court yesterday after pleading not guilty to a charge of obstructing police and was remanded until January 21.
Linda May Hutchison was remanded until December 9 on a charge of common assault.
Henry Edward Halliday, 23, pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving while forbidden and a charge of theft. The Blenheim man will reappear in the Blenheim District Court on January 23 for a defended hearing and was remanded to the Christchurch District Court for a case review hearing on January 20 on the charge of theft.
Russel Troy Eden, 30, was remanded without plea on a charge of burglary until December 9.
Karl Brian Shirley-McKay, 22, was not present in court yesterday. However, the charge of theft he was facing was withdrawn by Mr Single.
Steven Ben Bullen, 30, was remanded until Monday, December 9 on a charge of wilful damage.
Tamaingarunga Te-Waihaki , 26, was bailed to appear in the Kaikoura District Court on January 17 for a breach of community work.
Colin James Shannon appeared on two charges of theft, one of wilful trespass, two of failing to answer bail and one of breaching intensive supervision.
Judge Zohrab said it had been a struggle to get to the point of sentencing because Shannon could not make his court appearances and could not decide if he was guilty or not guilty.
One charge related to the theft of a nail gun worth $2000 and the other related to the theft of a tandem trailer worth $3900.
On the theft of the gun, Shannon was convicted and ordered to pay reparations, and ordered to come up for sentencing if called within 12 months.
He was ordered to pay reparations of $3900 for the trailer, and was sentenced to 15 months' intensive supervision and 180 hours' community work on all other charges except for the breach of police bail, which was a fine-only charge.
Angus Hendrix Ngarangione was remanded without plea on a charge of breaching his community work order. He will reappear on December 16.
- The Marlborough Express