Reports from the courts: defendants from the Mansfield area

Here’s a round up of people from the Mansfield area who have appeared at Nottingham Magistrates Court between Monday, April 12, and Friday, April 17.

Wednesday, 5th May 2021, 9:31 am

VIOLENCE

Alex Hatton, 29, of Brand Lane, Sutton, admitted assaulting an emergency worker on April 7 at Stanton Hill. On April 12 he was fined £162 and ordered to pay a £32 surcharge with £150 costs.

Amy Pitchford, 32, of Brand Lane, Sutton, admitted assaulting an emergency worker on April 7 at Stanton Hill. On April 12 she was fined £270 and ordered to pay £100 compensation, a £32 surcharge with £150 costs.

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Steven Ball, 37, of Station Street, Kirkby, was found guilty in his absence of assault and two counts of criminal damage on November 19, 2020. On April 15 he admitted failing to attend court on April 13. He was jailed for four weeks and ordered to pay a £128 surcharge, costs of £660 and compensation of £120.

MOTORING

Michael Nimmo, 43, of Diamond Avenue, Kirkby, admitted driving while disqualified and without insurance on February 2. He was also found guilty of common assault on August 2, 2020. On April 12 he received a 12 month community order with 15 rehabilitation days and 40 hours of unpaid work. He must pay a £34 surcharge, £250 costs and he was fined £55 for the assault. His driving licence was endorsed with six points.

Robert Enciu, 27, of Arundel Drive, Mansfield, admitted driving without a licence or insurance, on February 18, 2020. On April 14 he was fined £100 and ordered to pay a £32 surcharge and £85 costs. His driving licence was endorsed with six points.

Daniel Everett, 38, of Chapel Street, Whaley Thorns, Mansfield, admitted breaching a protection from harassment order on April 14, and driving without insurance or a valid test on April 14. The offences put him in breach of a suspended sentence made on April 8 for assault and criminal damage. On April 15 he received a 28 week sentence, suspended for two years. He was ordered to pay a £128 surcharge, £85 costs and his driving licence was endorsed with eight points.

Gino Masciopinto, 23, of Forest Road, Ollerton, admitted dangerous driving, and driving without a licence or insurance, on October 4, 2020. On April 16 he was sent to Nottingham Crown Court to be sentenced, on May 7.

Joshua Davis, 28, of Slant Lane, Shirebrook, admitted driving while disqualified and without insurance, on May 8, 2020. On April 16 he was fined £500 and ordered to pay a £50 surcharge and £85 costs. HIs driving licence was endorsed with six points.

THEFT

Amanda Wood, 44, of Bishop Street, admitted thefts from stores in Mansfield on April 7 and 13, and going equipped for theft, on April 13. On April 14 she was jailed for a total of 26 weeks, because of her previous convictions. She was ordered to pay £195 in compensation.

Laura Gillespie, 34, of Lord Street, Mansfield, admitted theft and possession of a Class A drug. On April 14, she received a 12 month community order with a six month drug rehabilitation requirement. She was ordered to pay £83 compensation.

Simon Ward, 47, of Derby Road, Mansfield, admitted theft from Wilkos on March 30, Poundland on April 7, and Aldi on April 13. On April 15 he received a 12 month community order with six months of treatment for alcohol dependency and 15 rehabilitation days. He was ordered to pay a £95 surcharge and costs of £85.

Jacob Stefan, 25, of no fixed abode, admitted theft and possession of a blade, at Debenhams in Mansfield, on April 14. The offences put him in breach of a conditional discharge for assaulting a police constable, theft and criminal damage on March 23. On April 15 he was jailed for 30 weeks.

Grant Bull, 29, of Outram Street, Sutton, admitted damaging a car on August 17, 2020. On April 15 he was fined £100 and ordered to pay a £34 surcharge with £85 costs.

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