Reports from the courts: defendants from the Mansfield area

These are the latest cases heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, between Monday, March 8, and Friday, March 13.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 8:30 am

MOTORING

Maria Tamburrino, 32, of Vale Road, Mansfield Woodhouse, admitted drink driving. She had 42 mcgs of alcohol when the legal limit is 35 mcgs. On March 9 she was fined £120 and ordered to pay £119 costs. She was disqualified for 36 months.

Philip Mangan, 41, of Riverside View, Warsop, Mansfield, admitted drink driving. He was found with 73 mcgs of alcohol when the legal limit is 35 mcgs. On March 11, he was fined £750 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £75 victim surcharge. He was banned for 19 months but the disqualification will be reduced by 144 days if he completes a rehabilitation course for drink-drivers by March 2022.

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Nottingham Magistrates Court.
Nottingham Magistrates Court.

Robert Fenger, 29, of Welbeck Street, Mansfield, admitted drink driving and driving without licence or insurance. A test revealed he had 41 mcgs of alcohol when the legal limit is 35 mcgs. On March 12, he was fined £330 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £34 victim surcharge. He was banned for 12 months but the disqualification will be reduced by 91 days if he completes a rehabilitation course for drink-drivers by October 2021.

Nathan Lambert, 25, of Watnall Crescent, Mansfield, admitted dangerous driving at Nottingham Magistrates Court, on March 12. He will be sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court, on April 8.

MISCELLANEOUS

Arran Ingham, 26, of Newark Close, Mansfield, admitted possession of a blade and criminal damage. On March 10, a 12 month community order was imposed with 20 rehabilitation days. He was ordered to pay £400 compensation.

James Silvester, 36, of Harris Road, Kirkby, admitted damaging a till and using threatening words or behaviour. On March 11 he was fined £120 and ordered to pay £350 compensation with £34 costs.

Dumitru Rosu, 49, of no fixed abode, admitted breaching a restraining order which bans him from going on to Goldsmith Street, Mansfield. On March 11, he was jailed for four weeks and ordered to pay a £128 victim surcharge.

Samuel David Montgomery, 35, of Seventh Avenue, Clipstone, admitted harassment, between August 1, 2020 and December 6, 2020. On March 8 he received a 12 month community order with 25 rehabilitation days. A restraining order was made and he was fined £100, and must pay £180 costs.

Stefania Zampara, 44, of Daniel Crescent, Mansfield, admitted being in charge of a dog that was dangerously out of control and injured a woman. On March 8, magistrates ordered that "Thor", a Greek Shepherd and Turkish Kangal crossbreed, be kept under control with a muzzle, or it will be destroyed. Zampara was fined £600 and ordered to pay £5,000 compensation and £60 costs.

THEFT

William Gamble 34, of Welbeck Street, Mansfield, admitted five counts of theft. On March 11 he received a 12 month community order and was ordered to get six months of treatment for drug dependency. He was ordered to pay £80 compensation.

Connor Lewis-Limburn, 27, of Bahram Road, Bessacarr, Doncaster, admitted stealing £483 of Pokemon products from Asda in Forest Town and LOL products from Tesco, Jubilee Way South, Mansfield. On March 9 he was fined £80 and ordered to pay £119 costs.

DRUGS

Charlie Scrimshaw, 24, of Cookson Street, Kirkby, admitted growing cannabis. On March 11, a 12 month community order with 10 rehabilitation days was imposed. He was fined £50 and ordered to pay a £96 surcharge and £85 costs.

Scott Martin, 30, of Haddon Street, Tibshelf, indicated pleas of guilty to possession with intent to supply 3.52 grams of cannabis, and possession of cocaine and an adapted weapon, at Fackley Road, Teversal, Sutton, on September 28, 2019. He will be sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court on March 29.

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