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Three arrested in Specials day of action

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Members of Northamptonshire Police Special Constabulary were out in force on Sunday (December 1) as part of their on-going operation to reduce outstanding warrants across the county.

A total of 24 Specials volunteered 192 hours between 10am and 6pm, in which they visited 37 addresses, and executed three fail to attend warrants. As a result three people were arrested and appeared before Northampton Magistrates Court yesterday (Monday, December 2).

Terrence Williams, of Farthingstone Road in Litchborough, was wanted after failing to appear before Northampton Magistrates’ Court on October 31 in relation to two driving offences.

At yesterday’s hearing, the 42-year-old pleaded guilty to drink driving and not having insurance. He was given a community order to attend a rehabilitation course and complete 100 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to pay an £85 surcharge to fund victim services, £85 costs and disqualified from driving for 25 months.

Jewrzy Ostowicki, of Highbrook in Corby, was wanted after failing to appear at Northampton Magistrates Court in May this year. The 62-year-old pleaded guilty to fly-tipping on public land at yesterday’s hearing and was fined £600, ordered to pay an £591.70 surcharge to fund victim services and £60 costs.

Asher Reeve, of Birch Road in Rushden, was wanted for failing to appear before Kettering Magistrates’ Court on February 3, 2016 in relation to the theft of a mobile phone.

The 24-year-old pleaded guilty to the offence at Northampton Magistrates’ Court yesterday, and was given a community order to attend a rehabilitation course and complete 40 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to pay an £60 surcharge to fund victim services and £85 costs.

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