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The latest cases from Mansfield Magistrates’ Court

Drugs

Jamie-Lea Sage, 25, of Laurel Avenue, Mansfield, admitted possessing amphetamine, cannabis and a knuckle duster in public. He was given a community order with two months’ curfew and made to pay £240 in costs;

Scott David Allsop, 37, of Hollington Way, Mansfield, admitted possessing amphetamine and was given a 12-month conditional discharge and made to pay £195 in costs;

Malcolm Gwynn Parker, 50, of Brand Lane, Stanton Hill, admitted producing cannabis and was given a community order with four months’ curfew and made to pay £325 in costs.

Theft

Krzysztof Papierz, 31, of Victoria Street, Mansfield, admitted stealing chocolate from Iceland in Mansfield worth £6 and was given a six-month conditional discharge and made to pay £250 in costs;

Ruslan Pokut, 30, of Moor Street, Mansfield admitted stealing £22 worth of confectionary from Poundland in Mansfield. He was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement and made to pay £210 in costs;

Kate Draycott, 30, of Carsic Road, Sutton, admitted stealing perfume worth £349 from Debenhams in Mansfield, £150 worth of dog leads from Pets at Home in Sutton, jailed for 16 weeks, made to pay £100 compensation to Debenhams, £50 compensation to Pets at Home and £150 in costs.

Violence

Eric Beresford, 52, of New Lane, Stanton Hill, admitted assaulting a female and was given a community order, made to pay £100 compensation to the victim and £150 on costs;

Clifton James Thames, 54, of Stacey Road, Mansfield, was found guilty after a trial of having his trousers down and exposing his genitals in public in Huthwaite. He was fined £30 and made to pay £170 in costs;

James Kemp, 30, Ridgeway, Langwith Junction, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and was given a community order with 150 hours community service and made to pay £295 in costs;

Nathan Anthony Jarvis, 29, of no fixed address, admitted assaulting a female and two males and was jailed for 14 weeks and made to pay £230 in costs.

Motoring

Richard Peter Hull, 55, of Harcourt Street, Kirkby, admitted driving a Mercedes Sprinter without wearing a seatbelt and was fined £90 and made to pay £255 in costs;

Mark Armishaw, 38, of Greendale Crescent, Clipstone, admitted driving a Ford while not wearing a seatbelt and was fined £40 and made to pay £170 in costs;

Ashley Homer, 24, of Dronley Drive, Church Warsop, admitted driving a Vauxhall Astra while already disqualified without insurance and was given four weeks’ jail suspended for 12 months and made to pay £315 in costs;

Christine Joan Campbell, 54, of Robin Hood Road, Blidworth, was found guilty of failing to identify who was driving a Ford Transit that was alleged to have run a red light. She was fined £660, given six penalty points and made to pay £301 in costs. The case was proved in her absence;

Luis Manuel Aguilar Carnerero, 53, of Thorney Court, Mansfield, was found guilty of failing to identify who was driving a Ford that was alleged to have been speeding. He was fined £660, given six penalty points and made to pay £301 in costs. The case was prove din his absence;

Tammy Ryan, 33, of Harrington Street, Mansfield, admitted driving a Vauxhall while using a mobile phone and driving without insurance. She was fined £370, given six penalty points and made to pay £272 in costs;

Paul Andrew Brown, 36, of Topaz Crescent, Sutton, admitted driving a Mercedes without due care and attention and failing to stop after an accident. He was fined £670, given five penalty points and made to pay £302 in costs;

Sean Allen, 44, of Pear Tree Drive, Shirebrook, admitted driving a Ford Tipper while using a mobile phone and was fined £100, given three penalty points and made to pay £255 in costs;

Reece Lewis Swain, 24, of Chatsworth Street, Sutton, admitted driving a VW at 77mph on a 30mph road and was banned from driving for 28 days, fined £80 and made to pay £255 in costs;

Daniel Ian Ray, 24, of The Hillocks, Sutton, admitted two counts of driving while disqualified and two counts of driving without insurance. He was jailed for seven weeks and made to pay £230 in costs;

Krzysztof Mowinski, 30, of Acreage Lane, Shirebrook was found guilty of failing to identify the driver of a Fiat alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He was fined £660, banned from driving for six months and made to pay £301 in costs. The case was proved in his absence.

Miscellaneous

Matthew John Foster, 26, of Central Avenue, Kirkby, admitted harassing a female by sending her 150-200 text messages. He was jailed for 12 weeks after breaching a suspended sentence and made to pay £230 in costs.