Reports from the courts

The latest cases from Mansfield Magistrates' Court.

Mansfield Magistrates Court.
Mansfield Magistrates Court.

Breach

Craig Worthington, aged 33, of Ward Street, Mansfield, admitted visiting an address he was prohibited from doing so by a restraining order, and making threats to a woman he was not allowed to speak with. He was jailed for 32 weeks and made to pay £115 in costs;

Ashley Beard, 22, of Colston Court, Mansfield, was given 28 days’ jail, suspended, for non-payment of a fine of £752 imposed in 2015;

Andrzej Kowalewski, 29, of Burns Street, Mansfield, was given 28 days’ jail, suspended, for non-payment of £695 fine imposed in 2011;

Damion Warren, of Pinxton Road, Kirkby was given 14 days’ jail suspended for non-payment of a £300 fine imposed in 2013;

Thomas Lloyd Payne, 19, of Verona Court, Mansfield, admitted failing to comply with a curfew order and was re-sentenced on an offence of criminal damage. He was jailed for six weeks, suspended for 12 months and made to pay £75 costs.

Drug-Driving

Reginald James Nathan Wood, 30, c/o Newton Street, Littleworth, Mansfield, admitted being unfit to drive through drugs while behind the wheel of a Ford Fiesta. He was banned from driving for 12 months, fined £120 and made to pay £115 in costs.

Drink-Driving

Vladislav Franckevic, 32, of Newcastle Street, Huthwaite, was found guilty after a trial of having 77 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath while behind the wheel of a BMW. The legal limit is 35 mcgs. He was banned from the road for 12 months, fined £440 and made to pay £664 in costs;

John Dunn, 42, of Stoneyford Road, Sutton, admitted having 91 mcgs of alcohol in 100 mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Citroën C2. The legal limit is 35 mcgs. He was banned from driving for 22 months, given a community order with alcohol treatment requirement and made to pay £85 costs;

Jason Hamilton, 25, of Bluebell Close, Shirebrook, admitted having 92 mcgs of alcohol in 100 mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Ford Transit van. The legal limit is 35 mcgs. He was banned from driving for 23 months, fined £450 and made to pay £130 in costs;

Ryan John George Binks, 25, of St Michaels Street, Sutton, admitted having 83 mcgs of alcohol in 100 mls of breath while behind the wheel of a Mazda 2. The legal limit is 35 mcgs. He was banned from the road for 20 months, fined £350 and made to pay £120 in costs;

Rafal Konrad Perczynski, 33, of Howard Road, Mansfield, admitted having 44 mcgs of alcohol in 100 mls of breath while behind the wheel of a VW Polo. He was banned from the road for 12 months, fined £120 and made to pay £115 in costs.

Criminal Damage

Robert Arstall, 28, of Dale Lane, Blidworth, admitted destroying a vase and was given a 12-month conditional discharge and made to pay £105 in costs.

Motoring

Tracy Allen, 40, of Dovecroft, Ollerton, admitted driving a Ford Mondeo in Ollerton without due care and attention and was fined £100, given six penalty points and made to pay £105 in costs;

Rhiannon Hutchinson, 24, of Farndale Road, Sutton, was found guilty of driving an MG along Mansfield’s Rosemary Street without insurance, and using a mobile phone while behind the wheel. She was fined £660, given six penalty points and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in her absence;

Katie Hyatt, 37, of Yew Tree Avenue, Forest Town, was found guilty of failing to identify the driver of an Audi alleged to have been speeding. She was fined £660, given six penalty points and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in her absence;

Amrad Kamali, 27, of Argyle Street, Mansfield, was found guilty of running a red light on Mansfield’s Rosemary Street and using a mobile phone while driving a Suzuki. He was fined £440 in total, given three penalty points and made to pay £107 in costs. The case was proved in his absence;

Ryan North, 29, of Woodside, Skegby, admitted driving a Ford along Botany Avenue, Mansfield, while using a mobile phone. He was fined £65, given three penalty points and made to pay £105 in costs;

Alistair Shanks, 56, of Portland Street, Warsop, admitted failing to identify the driver of a Peugeot alleged to have been guilty of an offence and he was fined £200, given six penalty points and made to pay £20 costs;

Keir Sketchley, 40, of Woodborough Road, Mansfield, was found guilty of failing to identify the rider of a Kawasaki alleged to have been speeding. He was fined £660, given six penalty points and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in his absence;

James Tilstone, 45, of Common Lane, Pleasley, was found guilty of driving a Ford Focus without insurance or a licence and was banned from driving for 12 months, fined £660 and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in his absence;

Jake Cullington, 22, of Fell Wilson Street, Warsop, was found guilty of driving a Fiat without insurance without a licence and was banned for 24 months, fined £180 and made to pay £105 in costs;

Tracey Shaw, 47, of Clegg Hill Drive, Huthwaite, was found guilty of two counts failing to identify the driver of a Mazda alleged to have been guilty of speeding. She was banned from driving for nine months, fined £1,320 in total and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in her absence;

David Roy Smith, 33, of Nursery Avenue, Sutton, was found guilty of failing to identify the driver of a Vauxhall Zafira alleged to have been guilty of speeding. He was banned from driving for six months, fined £660 and made to pay £151 in costs. The case was proved in his absence.

Theft

John Kavanagh, 28, of Emmington Road, Clipstone, admitted stealing wine and lager worth £27 from Tesco and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards a police community support officer and a member of the public. He was jailed for eight weeks, suspended for 12 months, and made to £112 in costs;

David Lee Brown, 36, of Coral Crescent, Warsop, admitted stealing alcohol worth £27 from Tesco on Mansfield’s Chesterfield Road South and assaulting a male. He was fined £240, made to pay £109 compensation in total and £115 in costs.

Violence

Terence Stephen Cooper, 55, of Beck Lane, Blidworth was found guilty after a trial of assaulting a female and was given a community order with a 10-week electronic tag curfew, made to pay £100 compensation and £400 costs;

Daniel Nathan Boyles, 25, of Breck Bank, Ollerton, admitted assaulting a female and causing criminal damage to a window and was handed a community order, fined £50 and made to pay £170 in costs;

Liam Marsh, 18, of Starr Avenue, Sutton, was found guilty after a trial of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and was given a community order with a 10-week electronic tag curfew and made to pay £360 in costs;

Reece Graham Peter Brown, 18, of Harrow Close, Rainworth admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour and failing to surrender to custody. He was given a community order with an eight-week electronic tag curfew and made to pay £360 in costs.