Reports from the courts: defendants from the Mansfield area
These are the latest cases heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, between Tuesday, June 1, and Friday, June 4.
Patrick Johnston, 31, of Stoneyford Court, Sutton, admitted possession of mamba and using threatening words or behaviour. On June 3 he received an 18-month community order with 30 rehabilitation days. He must pay a £90 surcharge.
Pau Blanea, 28, of Gedling Street, Mansfield, admitted assault. On June 4 he received 13 weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 15 rehabilitation days. A restraining order was imposed for 12 months. He was fined £350 and ordered to pay a £122 surcharge and £85 costs.
Julie Thom, 63, of Bentinck Street, Mansfield, admitted drink driving. A test revealed she had 110 mcgs of alcohol in breath when the legal limit is 35 mcgs. On June 4, the case was adjourned for a report and she received unconditional bail to return to court for sentencing on July 22.
Dale Vardy, 40, of Diamond Avenue, Kirkby, admitted breaching a restraining order and resisting a police officer. The offences breached a suspended sentence imposed in May for assault, possession of amphetamine, harassment without violence and using threatening words. On June 4 he received five weeks, suspended for 12 months. He must pay a £128 surcharge and £85 costs.
Wojciech Jakubowski, 37, of Newgate Lane, Mansfield, admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath and driving without insurance. On June 4 he was fined £400 and ordered to pay a £40 surcharge and £85 costs. He was banned for 12 months, but the disqualification will be reduced by three months if he completes a drink driver's rehabilitation course before January 2022.
Linsey Perry, 41, of Layton Burroughs, Mansfield, admitted breaching a curfew. On June 2 she was bailed to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on June 22.
Bernard Ward, 31, of Withington Lane, Aspull, Wigan, was convicted in his absence of criminal damage and stealing a £6,000 caravan from Kings Mill Way, Mansfield, on March 12, 2020. On June 1 he received a 12 month community order with 150 hours of unpaid work. He must pay £230 compensation, a £95 surcharge and £620 costs.
Terence Ward, 20, of Erne Park, Kesh, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, admitted criminal damage and stealing a £6,000 caravan from King’s Mill Way, Mansfield, on March 12, 2020. On June 1 he received a 12 month community order with 150 hours of unpaid work. He must pay £230 compensation, a £95 surcharge and £300 costs.