The following cases were heard at Reading and Slough Magistrates’ Courts: 

July 11

DISHANI ADRIATIK, 34, of Holly Close, Lower Earley, admitted not being a British Citizen and entering the United Kingdom in breach of a deportation order between January 11, 2011 and July 9, 2022. Committed to prison for 16 weeks due to ‘previous breaches of deportation order’ and ‘no regard for immigration laws.’ Ordered to pay a £154 victim surcharge. 
KRISZTIAN BAKOS, 46, of Kenwood Hill, Reading, admitted failing to comply with supervision requirements imposed following release from a period of detention. Fined £648 and made to pay £75 in court fees. 
ALEX STALKER, 28, of Gainsborough Avenue, Hungerford, admitted breaching a community order by being absent from curfew in April 2022 and on four occasions in May 2022. Fined £80 and made to pay £60 in court costs. 

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