A man who faced 20 shoplifting charges after taking Drambuie from a bottle store has been remanded for sentence.
Peter William Carney, 61, of Clyde, appeared before Judge Michael Turner in the Invercargill District Court last week for driving while disqualified on April 29, wilful trespass on August 11, threatening to kill and 20 shoplifting charges between July and August.
Carney was remanded to September 17 for sentence.
Mark Raymond Fisher, 27, was sentenced to a total of four months and two weeks' home detention for assaulting two females and intentionally damaging a door on February 23, breaching a protection order on November 29 and breaching community work on December 5 and 28 and January 16. The sentence also included resentencing for assault on September 6 and threatening behaviour.
Melissa Phebe Hughes, 23, was remanded to October 15 for sentence for assaulting police on July 14.
Darryn Lyall Bower, 23, was sentenced to three months' community detention, and 150 hours' community work for assult with intent to injure on May 9.
The court was told he headbutted his partner and grabbed her throat.
Allan Rawiri MacLean, 21, shearer, of Gore, was sentenced to 14 months' jail, disqualified from driving indefinitely and ordered to pay $150 reparation for assault, assault with intent to injure, intentionally damaging a cellphone, driving with a breath alcohol level of 612mcg and driving while disqualified on March 16.
Daniel Grace, of Napier, was fined $250 for breaching community work on June 30, 2006.
Mitchell Thomas McGregor Carston, 17, was fined $400 for possessing an airgun (under 18 years) without a licence on August 23.
An Invercargill man was given interim name suppression and remanded to September 10 for sentence for doing an indecent act, driving while suspended and failing to stop for police on August 26.
Nicki Christina Townsend, 19, was ordered to come up for sentence if called upon within nine months and ordered to pay $1401 reparation for intentionally damaging a wall and door on August 12.
Without reasonable excuse
Logan Joseph Baker-Saunders, 17, was ordered to come up for sentence if called upon within 12 months for being in a building in Esk St without reasonable excuse on August 29.
Margaret Evelyn Boyle, 76, was disqualified from driving for six months and ordered to pay $500 emotional harm reparation for careless driving causing injury on June 14.
David John Roberts, 29, mill hand, of Riverton, was remanded to October 18 for sentence for dangerous driving and driving while forbidden on August 11.
Angelina Simeon Heita, 19, was sentenced to three months' community detention, nine months' supervision and disqualified for nine months for driving with a breath alcohol level of 350mcg (under 20 years) and driving while disqualified on July 18.
Siobhan Evans-Rautahi, 19,was sentenced to 150 hours' community work and disqualified for eight months for driving with a breath alcohol level of 711mcg and careless driving on August 11.
Todd Duncan McGregor, 32, labourer, was remanded to November 5 for sentence for driving with a breath alcohol level of 468mcg on July 26.
Genevieve-Rose O'Donoghue, 20, of Bluff, 705mcg on August 4. Fined $700 and disqualified for six months.
Roseanne Hetaraka, 54, of Nightcaps, 750mcg on May 13. Sentenced to four months' home detention, ordered to undergo drug and alcohol assessment and treatment and disqualified for one year and one month.
Caleb Ricky Thomson, 17, sawmiller, of Riverton, 400mcg (under 20 years) on August 23. Fined $400 and disqualified for four months.
Carl Peter Tomlinson, 54, 894mcg on December 13, 2012. Sentenced to three months' home detention, fined $1000 and disqualified for one year and one month.
Fearghal Patrick Cronin, 29, of Australia, 573mcg on August 30. Fined $570 and disqualified for six months.
Susan Elizabeth Smaill, 53, of Wanaka, was fined $1100 and disqualified for eight months for driving with a blood alcohol level of 216mg on August 3.
- The Southland Times