Reports from the courts

09-0565-2''Mansfield Magistrates Court
09-0565-2''Mansfield Magistrates Court

The latest cases from Mansfield Magistrates’ Court:

Violence

Bradley John Dawes, 20, of Princess Street, Kirkby, was found guilty of assaulting a female after a trial. He was sent to young offenders’ institute for 20 weeks, handed a two-year restraining order, made to pay £520 criminal courts charge and £80 compensation;

Tony Dany Evans, 51, of Thistle Bank, Mansfield Woodhouse, admitted assaulting a female at a beauty salon in Mansfield Woodhouse and was given a 12-month conditional discharge, made to pay £85 costs and a £15 surcharge;

Victor James Staples, 56, of c/o Appleton Road, Blidworth, admitted two counts of assaulting a female and was jailed for four weeks, suspended for 12 months, handed a one-year restraining order, made to pay £50 compensation and £50 costs. He also admitted breaching a previous court order and was handed a 12-week jail term, suspended for 13 months;

Richard Ashley Elliott, 27, of Bannerman Road, Kirkby, was found guilty of assaulting a female following a trial. He was jailed for six weeks, made to pay £100 compensation, £150 criminal courts charge and an £80 surcharge;

Drugs

Thomas Marc Miller, 30, of no fixed address, was convicted with possessing cannabis, interfering with a Ford Focus using threatening or abusive words or behaviour, stealing a bicycle and failing to surrender to custody. He was given a community order and made to pay £180 criminal courts charge and a £60 surcharge;

Theft

Tony Eoin Boyle, 48, of Burns Street, Mansfield, admitted attempting to steal items belonging to another male and was handed a community order with three months’ curfew using an electronic tag. He was also made to pay £180 criminal courts charge and £75 compensation;

Lee Gardener, 27, of George Street, Mansfield, admitted stealing bottles of spirits from Morrisons on Sutton road worth more than £155 and stealing DVDs from Primark in Chesterfield. He was handed 12 weeks’ jail suspended for 12 months, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £50 costs and an £80 surcharge;

Jamie Scott Intress, 27, of Lilac Grove, Forest Town, admitted stealing meat from Co-op and was given 60 hours community service, made to pay £50 compensation, £150 criminal courts charge and a £60 surcharge;

Adrian Stuart Hill, 39, of no fixed address, admitted entering The Bridge Tavern pub on Mansfield’s Bridge Street and stealing a laptop, a handbag and a bottle of alcohol. He also admitted failing to provide a drugs test and stealing £200 cash from a female and breaching a conditional discharge after admitting stealing £40 worth of chocolate belonging to WH Smith. He was jailed for 24 weeks overall, made to pay £80 compensation and a £180 criminal courts charge;

Marcin Nowakowski, 36, of Sherwood Street, Mansfield, admitted stealing chocolate worth £14 from Morrisons in Mansfield Woodhouse, and was given 50 hours community service, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Criminal Damage

Rafal Krzysztof Jasinski, 37, of Second Avenue, Rainworth, admitted damaging the wing mirror of a Ford Focus vehicle and was fined £75, made to pay £211 compensation, £150 criminal courts charge and £40 costs;

Gary John Bence, 48, of North Street, Mansfield, admitted damaging a bus and was handed a community order with a three-month curfew using an electronic tag. He was made to pay £300 compensation, £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £60 surcharge;

Drink Driving

Krzysztof Wielgus, 40, of Somersall Street, Mansfield, admitted having 65mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Ford Mondeo on Westfield Lane. The legal limit is 35mcgs. He was banned from the road for 17 months, fined £130, made to pay £150 criminal courts charge, £85 costs and a £20 surcharge. He was fined a further £30 after admitting driving without due care and attention;

Motoring

Liam Wilson Gardiner, 30, of Savile Road, Bilsthorpe, admitted driving a Vauxhall at 61mph on a 30mph road and was fined £200, given six penalty points and made to pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge;

Malachi Alwyn McLeary, 30, of Lower Meadow Lane, Huthwaite, was found guilty of driving a Vauxhall vehicle without due care and attention and was banned from driving for 14 days, fined £150, and made to pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge. The case was proved in his absence;

Daniel David Jessop, 38, of Gordon Avenue, Mansfield, was found to have driven a Ford Focus without due care and attention along Gordon Avenue. He was fined £400, given five penalty points, made to pay £85 costs and a £40 surcharge. The case was proved in his absence;

Ian David Tagg, 54, of Langton Avenue, Kirkby, admitted driving a Vauxhall at 53mph in a 30mph zone. He was fined £400, given six penalty points, made to pay £85 costs and a £40 surcharge;