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Upper Hutt Leader : July 11th 2012
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From per month *Conditions apply 140 Ltr Bin (Weekly Pickups) $25.10 4492415AL NEWS 528 9654 PHONE US AT UPPER HUTT COURT Assault charges Five Rimutaka Prison inmates in their 20s appeared in court last week in connection with alleged assaults on prison staff. The incident occurred on June 1 and left one officer with serious head injuries. Arthur Duncan Briggs, Hamiora Moke, Elise Tuese, Regan Dalton Cross, and Brock Robert Norton appeared in Upper Hutt District Court sitting in Lower Hutt. According to court documents, Briggs allegedly assaulted a Corrections staff member with a food tray. Duty Solicitor Stephen Iorns asked for the case to be remanded to a later date. None of the defendants entered a plea. Judge Carrie Wainwright ordered that they reappear on August 25. Charges reduced A sickness beneficiary who assaulted his partner had his charge reduced when he appeared in Upper Hutt District Court last week. Eli Neho-Watts, 22, pleaded guilty to one charge of male assaults female. He had previously been charged with assault with intent to injure. Prosecuting Sergeant Neill Ford said the defendant had a fight with his partner of two years. At about 2.50am at an address in Upper Hutt, Neho-Watts had an argument with his partner which ended with him screaming at her. When she turned, he punched her in the head. Defence Lawyer Stephen Iorns said his client wanted to remain with his partner so they could look after their two children together. They wish to be together for his daughter's 5-year-old birthday,'' he said. He could benefit from a violence programme.'' Judge Carrie Wainwright said she would proceed on the basis that Neho-Watts was a young man who had been in a long-term relationship with the complainant. It's really important that the defendant manage his anger.'' It was important he could walk away from a situation, she said. The defendant was sentenced to nine months' supervision and ordered to undertake anger manage- ment and relationship counselling. Supplier left in cold A woman who invited police into her home was arrested after they noticed cannabis on the table, the Upper Hutt District Court heard last week. Krystal Catherine Jack, 28, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of cannabis to supply and possession of tools for cannabis use. Prosecuting Sergeant Neill Ford said the defendant was at home when police visited on an unrelated matter at about 10.25am. The defendant showed police inside her house as it was very cold outside.'' On being led into the lounge, police noticed a large amount of cannabis. A search was conducted and 250 grams of cannabis were found. Jack was ordered to reappear on August 15 for sentencing. No joy for joy rider An unemployed man who broke into a car to steal it could not get the car started before he was apprehended by police, the Upper Hutt District Court heard last week. Rawiri Kane Gray, 22, pleaded guilty to charges of theft, unlawfully interfering with a motor vehicle, and two breaches of board release con- ditions. Prosecuting Sergeant Neill Ford said on June 18 Gray broke into a Mitsubishi motor vehicle, damaging the front door in the process, but couldn't get the vehicle to start. Gray removed the steering barrel, but when he attempted to start the car the motor would not turn over. He was seen by a member of the public and later apprehended by police. He told police he wanted to take the car for a joy ride''. Defence lawyer Fionnuala Kelly said her client acknowledged he had made a mistake. The defendant also accepted he went out for a few hours while he was on bail, she said. Judge Carrie Wainwright said the defendant was a young man and asked him how long it had been since he had had a job. The defendant said before jail''. I've got the skills I was brought up with,'' he said. He had contacted WelTec to enrol in one of their courses. Judge Wainwright said qualifications would work in his favour when it came to sentencing. The defendant was ordered to reappear August 15.
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