The following cases were heard at Slough Magistrates’ Court:

June 4:

Karim Zekari, 28, of Ladbrooke Road, Slough. Theft from a shop. Imprisoned for 16 weeks concurrent suspended for 18 months.

Karim Zekari, 28, of Ladbrooke Road, Slough. Theft from a shop. Imprisoned for 16 weeks concurrent suspended for 18 months. Theft from a shop. Imprisoned for 16 weeks concurrent suspended for 18 months. Compensation £140.40. Costs £155. Conviction of an offence while a community order made. Original offence – theft from a shop. Imprisoned for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months.

Abdi Shah, 75, of Minster Way, Slough. Failed to comply with suspended sentence order. Original offence – failed to provide specimen for analysis. Suspended sentence of imprisonment of 8 weeks suspended for 12 months.

Andrzej Zacharow, 56, of Barnfield, Slough. Failed to comply with community order requirements. Fined £250. Costs £60.

June 5:

Sadaf Karim, 36 of Hawthorne Crescent, Slough. Used or had possession of criminal property. Fined £80. Costs £30.

June 6:

Lukasz Filipowicz, 35, of Pennine Road, Slough. Speeding. Fined £134. Costs £115. Driving licence endorsed with 3 points.

Anthony Colin Stephen Robertson, 29, of Eyre Green, Slough. Criminal damage. Community order made. Costs £60.

Anthony Colin Stephen Robertson, 29, of Eyre Green, Slough. Theft from a motor vehicle. Community order made. Costs £264. Theft from a motor vehicle. Community order made. Costs £155.

June 7:

Paul William Gardiner, 55, of Foliejohn Way, Maidenhead. Theft from a shop. Fined £75. Costs £30.

Luke John Bowley, 25, of Dedworth Road, Windsor. Driving dangerously. Disqualified from driving for 15 months. Costs £170.

Hibba Dad, 39, of Northern Road, Slough. Driving while disqualified. Disqualified from driving for 15 months. Costs £170.

Muhammed Ali, 22, of Langley Broom, Slough. Driving over the drug-drive limit. Disqualified from driving for 12 months. Fined £120. Costs £115.

Harvey Jones, 20, of Longburn, Windsor. Driving over the drug-drive limit. Disqualified from driving for 12 months. Fined £370. Costs £122.

June 10:

Leigh Allen, 34, of Earls Lane, Slough. Driving over the drink-drive limit. Disqualified from driving for 18 months. Fined £100. Costs £30.

Lisa Catherine Harding, 45, of Upton Park, Slough. Theft from shop. Conditional discharge for 12 months. Costs £20.

Daniel Eddie Smith O’Brien, 21, of Sunderland Road, Maidenhead. Driving over the drink-drive limit. Disqualified from driving for 14 months. Fined £180. Costs £115.

June 11:

Martin Kevin Clifford, 44, of Chatfield, Slough. Driving while disqualified. Disqualified from driving for 3 months. Fined £100. Costs £30.

Becky Street, 37, of Rambler Lane, Slough. Failed to comply with suspended sentence order. Fined £150. Community order made.

Dean Richard Cayley, 48, of Long Furlough Drive, Slough. Failed to comply with a community order. Fined £50. Costs £60.

Andrew Ferguson, 53, of Stoke Poges Lane, Slough. Speeding. Disqualified from driving for 6 months. Fined £40. Costs £80.

Kundai Ndabezinhle Nyoni, 24, of Greenside, Slough. Failed to comply with a community order. Fined £226. Costs £60.

Richard Wolfe, 32, of Eagle Road, Slough. Failed to comply with a community order. Costs £60.

Balraj Singh Lally, 25, of Whitby Road, Slough. Driving over the drink-drive limit. Disqualified from driving for 40 months. Costs £170. Driving while disqualified. Community order made. Driving record endorsed.

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