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The Oamaru District Court was held at the temporary facility on Humber St yesterday and was presided over by Judge Joanna Maze.

Jessie Murray Aoake, 25, of Oamaru, was convicted and sentenced to six months’ imprisonment (to be served concurrently) for one charge of unlawfully interfering with multiple motor vehicles and another of theft of a stereo from a vehicle after trying to enter a number of parked cars with associates on Upper Ure St on July 28, 2014.

Logan Anthony Caldwell, 18, freezing worker, of Oamaru, was convicted, sentenced to 90 hours’ community work and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 508mcg, operating a vehicle in a dangerous manner and causing sustained loss of traction on Tyne St on September 5. He was also convicted and discharged, but with a further three months’ disqualification added (cumulatively) for failing to stop at the request or signal or an enforcement officer during the same incident.

Robert James Campbell, 47, of Oamaru, was convicted and sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment for burglary after taking a trailer-load of copper cabling from a commercial property on July 14, 2014. He was also sentenced to six months’ imprisonment (to be served cumulatively) for aggravated assault and sentenced to three months’ imprisonment (to be served concurrently) for theft after entering a property and taking a DVD player before pushing and stomping on the victim once she found him with the item on July 15, 2014.

Andrew Matthew Clamp, 38, arborist, of Oamaru, was convicted, fined $200 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for six months for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 621mcg on Wharfe St on September 20, 2014.

Jason Graeme Dick, 44, of Oamaru, was convicted, sentenced to six months’ imprisonment and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence indefinitely for breach of his zero alcohol licence after driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 545mcg near Maheno on July 6, 2014.

Brendan Allan Dippie, 21, labourer, of Palmerston, was convicted and fined $350 for receiving stolen property including a horse mirror, prayer plate, light fittings and golf clubs that had been taken from a Redcastle Rd address on September 22, 2013.

Khan Douglas Frew, 18, of Windsor, was convicted and sentenced to 70 hours’ community work (to be served concurrently) on one charge of failing to stop and ascertain injury following an accident on Thames St on August 26, 2014 and one charge of driving in a dangerous manner on Charles St, Weston, on August 28, 2014. He was also disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for six months (also to be served concurrently) on both charges.

Jasmine Jenner, 22, of Oamaru, was convicted and sentenced to 40 hours’ community work (to be served concurrently) on two charges of theft after taking a carton of cigarettes, a bottle of perfume and hair straighteners from two rooms of the Northstar Motel while she was employed to clean them on August 3, 2014. She was also ordered to pay $727 reparation.

Harry Shannon Dennis McCormack, 36, dairy farm worker, of Oamaru, was convicted, sentenced to six months’ community detention, nine months’ intensive supervision and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 769mcg on Thames St on June 18, 2014.

Connor Ross McGartland, 19, labourer, of Oamaru, was convicted, fined $500 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for three months for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 329mcg and driving while forbidden on Waterfront Rd on August 13, 2014. He was also convicted and discharged for careless driving following an accident that occurred at the same time.

Michael Wayne Reeve, 22, dairy worker, of Kokoamo, was convicted, fined $200 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence (starting November 15) for driving with a suspended licence on Georgetown-Pukeuri Rd on August 15, 2014.

Stacey Alana Scobie, 41, housewife, of Omarama, was convicted, fined $350 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for six months for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 519mcg on Omarama Ave on September 8, 2014.

Chance Richard Stewart, 29, of Oamaru, was convicted, sentenced to four months’ community detention, nine months’ supervision, 80 hours’ community work, ordered to pay analyst fees of $109.25 and medical expenses of $75 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for 15 months for driving with an excess blood alcohol level of 100mg on Humber St on May 24, 2014.

Richard Joseph Scadden, 33, bush worker, of Otematata, was convicted and sentenced to nine months’ supervision for male assaults female and common assault after an altercation with his partner and her friend on July 26, 2014.

Jesse Robert Telke, 17, of Oamaru, was convicted and sentenced to 80 hours’ community work, six months’ supervision and ordered to pay reparation of $979.30 for burglary after taking whisky from the New Zealand Whisky Company on June 13, 2014 and taking a till, jewellery, soft drinks and lollies from Housekeepers Design shop on June 25, 2014. He was also convicted and discharged for obstructing/hindering police and resisting police after distracting and struggling with police while they were trying to arrest an associate for smashing a window on Chelmer St on September 21, 2014.

Shane Mark Waldron, 22, freezing worker, of Oamaru, was convicted, fined $350 and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for six months for operating a motor vehicle in an unnecessary exhibition of speed or acceleration on Eden St on August 31, 2014.

Stephen John Welsh, 40, of Ngapara, was convicted and sentenced to four months’ home detention and disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for months for driving with an excess breath alcohol level of 943mcg on Severn St on July 26, 2014. He was also convicted and discharged for refusing to accompany an officer during the same incident.