Reports from the courts

Mansfield Magistrates Court.
Mansfield Magistrates Court.

The latest cases from Mansfield Magistrates’ Court:

Criminal damage

Cade David Marshall (34) of Carsic Road, Sutton, admitted damaging a car window and assaulting a female and was jailed for 16 weeks, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge and an £80 surcharge;

Fraud

Devon Philip Burrell (49) of Hardwick Street, Mansfield, admitted working while claiming incapacity benefit, employment support allowance, council tax benefit and two counts of housing benefit. He was jailed for six months, suspended for a year, and made to pay £100 costs;

Motoring

Constantin Caltea (35) of Brand Lane, Sutton, admitted failing to provide a breath test and was banned from driving for 20 months, fined £300, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £30 surcharge;

Julian Wayne Heath (56) of Orchard Street, Mansfield, admitted driving a Ford Transit van while disqualified, and failing to provide a breath test. He was jailed for 16 weeks, suspended for 18 months, given 16-weeks’ curfew, banned from driving for three years, made to pay £85 costs and an £80 surcharge;

Drugs

Stephen Bert Dobbs (47) of High Hazel Drive, Mansfield Woodhouse, admitted possession of amphetamine and was handed a community order, made to pay £180 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Theft

William James Rice (33) of Perlethorpe Avenue, Meden Vale, admitted two counts of stealing meat worth £111 from Co-op in Clipstone. He was given a community order with three-month curfew, told to pay £222 compensation and £180 criminal courts charge;

Sean Michael Vince (30) of Welbeck Street, Kirkby, admitted stealing coffee from Tesco and was given a seven-day prison sentence and made to pay an £80 surcharge;

Leigh Paddon (31) of Richmond Street, Mansfield, admitted stealing clothing worth almost £60 from TK Maxx, breaching a community order and failing to attend an assessment. He was jailed for 11 weeks, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge and an £80 surcharge;

Kyle Stuart Charles Gregg (26) of Alcock Avenue, Ravensdale, Mansfield, admitted stealing three gold rings worth up to £700 from a woman and was jailed for 16 weeks, made to pay £400 compensation;

Lester George James Moore (36) of Hartley Road, Kirkby, admitted stealing cosmetics from Morrisons in Sutton worth £169 and was made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Simon Frank Ward (41) of Dorchester Drive, Mansfield, admitted stealing toiletries worth £33 from Poundland and was given a community order with drug rehabilitation, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Violence

Benjamin Allsop (29) of Westfield Close, Mansfield, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour and was fined £200, made to pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge;

Steven Peter Crawford (29) of Hall Street, Mansfield admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour in the Job Centre. H was jailed for eight weeks and made to pay £150 criminal courts charge and £80 surcharge;

Jamie Anthony Hutchinson (26) of Booth Crescent, Mansfield, admitted assaulting a police officer and was given 120 hours community service, pay £75 compensation, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Drink-driving

Stacey Hill (20) of Shakespeare Avenue, Mansfield Woodhouse, admitted having 53mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Nissan Almera. The legal limit is 35mcgs. She was banned from driving for 16 months, fiend £210 and made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £20 surcharge;

Adam Cutts (31) of Diamond Avenue, Kirkby, admitted having 104mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Peugeot 206. The legal limit is 35mcgs. He also admitted two counts of failing to surrender to custody. He was jailed for four weeks suspended for 12 months, banned from driving for three years, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge and an £80 surcharge;

Miscellaneous

Nicholas Alan Lockyear (47) of James Street, Kirkby, was found guilty after a trial of dumping rubbish including bags of beer cans and documents on land ay Victoria Court. He also admitted a charge of failing to surrender to custody. He was given 60 hours’ community service, made to pay £300 costs, £150 criminal courts charge, and a £60 surcharge;