Results from magistrates courts in the Mercury area

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The Mercury carries details of cases heard at magistrates courts.

The details are taken from the court registers once cases are completed.

We are not including minor speeding offences.

Loughborough magistrates court, May 1

Ryan Kirk, 36, of Chestnut Close, Uppingham, pleaded guilty to driving while over the alcohol limit in Uppingham Road, Oakham, on March 29. He was banned from driving for 20 months, which can be reduced by five months if he completes a course. He was fined £110 and must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £50 costs.

Michael Rowlatt, 19, of New Street, Oakham, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in a racially aggravated incident in Oakham on March 23 while subject to a suspended sentence. His suspended order was varied with 40 hours of unpaid work added to the initial 140 hours. Fine £80. Victim surcharge £20.

Loughborough magistrates court, May 8

Jamie Bailey, 21, of West Road, Oakham, admitted stealing a bottle of spirits valued at £16.90 from Tesco. He was conditionally discharged for 12 months. Compensation £16.90. Victim surcharge £15. Costs £40.

John Sentance, 61, of Cold Overton Road, Langham, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit in Barleythorpe Road. Disqualified for 20 months (will reduce by five months on completion of a course). Fined £300. Victim surcharge £30. Costs £85.

Wayne Thorpe, 25, of High Crescent, Great Casterton, admitted causing £500 in damages to stained glass windows at St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Great Casterton on December 14 last year while subject to a conditional discharge. Community order for 100 hours unpaid work. Compensation £100.

Kristian Griffiths, 26, of Grampian Way, Oakham, admitted breaching a community order. An additional 15 hours of unpaid work were added to the original order for 115 hours of unpaid work.

Spalding magistrates court, May 2

Lauren Dedynski, 23, of Northumberland Avenue, Stamford, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit in Sheep Market, Stamford, on April 12. Disqualified from driving for 12 months, to reduce by three months on completion of a course. Fined £110. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £85.

Rebecca Meech, 19, of High Street, Little Bytham, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit in Bath Row, Stamford, on April 13. Diaqualified from driving for 12 months, to reduce by three months on completion of a course. Fined £450. Victim surcharge £45. Costs 
£85.

Samantha Miller, 22, of RAF Wittering, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit in Broad Street, Stamford, on April 12. Disqualified for 19 months, to reduce by four months on completion of a course. Fined £400. Victim surcharge £40. Costs £85.

Joseph Harrap, 19, of Victoria Square, Bristol, admitted breaching the peace on March 30. He was bound over for £500 to keep the peace for six months.

Phillip Malone. 36, of Church field Close, Deeping St James, admitted two charges of assault by beating in Baston on December 16 and one charge of stealing three bottles of toffee vodka valued at £64.50 from Adnams Cellar and Kitchen.

He also admitted stealing jewellery and ornaments from the Antique and Crafts Centre in High Street, Market Deeping, on December 18.

A community order was made for six months of drug rehabilitation and he must pay a £60 victim surcharge.

Elisabeth Towle, 42, of Bowman Mews, Stamford, admitted failing to give a breath specimen on September 3 last year in Grantham. Fined £225. Victim surcharge £15. Costs £100. Licence endorsed with 10 points.

Spalding magistrates court, May 9

Garry Abbott, 41, of Black Prince Avenue, Market Deeping, admitted driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and driving without valid insurance in Spalding on March 5.

He also admitted three charges of stealing fuel from Morrisons in Stamford worth £64.95 on March 18, worth £23.99 on March 5 and worth £55.66 on March 22.

Community order for 80 hours unpaid work. Licence endorsed with six points. Compensation £144.60.

Harry Goodbody, 21, of Worcester Crescent, Stamford, admitted possession of cannabis with intent to supply on April 14 at Worcester Crescent in Stamford and on March 3 in Kesteven Road, Stamford. Community order for rehabilitation. Drugs forfeited. Costs £85. Victim surcharge £60.

Spalding magistrates court, May 16

Joseph Durrant, 47, of Exeter Gardens, Stamford, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit in Dickens Drive, Stamford, on May 12. Disqualified for 20 months to reduce by five months on completion of a course. Fined £1,000. Victim surcharge £100. Costs £85.

Kevin Rate, 43, of Finn Close, Bourne, was found not guilty of driving while over the alcohol limit on February 21 in Bourne. His costs will be paid from central funds.

Grantham magistrates court, May 3

Lauren Mackintosh, 30, of Toll Bar, Great Casterton, was found guilty of driving without due care and attention in Stamford on December 22. Fined £55. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £100. Licence endorsed with four points.

Tarzan Hadzaj, 23, of Woodview, Bourne, admitted assault on March 8, on March 13 and on March 14. Community order made. Victim surcharge £60.

Gareth Hodson, 34, of North Road, Bourne, admitted assault on April 9. Community order made. Victim surcharge £60. Costs £85.

Grantham magistrates court, May 13

Kevin Baxter, 56, of Hillview Road, South Witham, was charged with failing to inform the Secretary of State of the transfer of a vehicle to a new keeper. Case proved in absence, Fined £200. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £90.

Barry Roberts, of Parkfield Road, Oakham, was charged with keeping an unlicensed vehicle on the road at Old Great North Road, Tickencote on December 2. Case proved in absence. Fined £200. Excise back duty £33.75. Costs £90.

Steve Senior, of Tully Close, Bourne, was charged with failing to notify the secretary of state of transfer of a vehicle to a new keeper. Case proved in absence. Fined £200. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £90.

David Brever, of Wharf Road, Stamford, was charged with parking without a valid ticket in Conduit Road, Stamford, on October 13. Case proved in absence. Fined £200. Compensation £80. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £35.

Nikki Graham, of Porters Lane, Easton-on-the-Hill, was charged with non-payment of a £60 parking fine. Case proved in absence. Fined £200. Compensation £30. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £35.

William Sharpe, 27, of Glen Road, Castle Bytham, admitted breaching a suspended sentence order by failing to attend two probation appointments. 20 hours of unpaid work added to suspended sentence order.

Andrew Plant, 41, of Bath Row, Stamford, admitted drunk and disorderly behaviour in High Street, Stamford, on April 19 while subject to a conditional discharge. Fined £35. Victim surcharge £20.

Barry Brooks, 63, of High Street, Corby Glen, admitted driving while over the alcohol limit on the A1 in Lincolnshire on April 19. Fined £145. Victim surcharge £20. Costs £85.

Ricki Parkinson, 35, of Godsey Lane, Market Deeping, admitted driving without valid insurance in Halfleet, Market Deeping on January 19. Fined £220. Victim surcharge £22. Costs £85. Licence endorsed with six points.

Stuart Carnall, 27, of Troughton Walk, South Witham, was found guilty of assault by beating on December 16. He admitted failing to comply with a community order. Sentenced to four months in prison, along with a 14-day sentence to run concurrently. Issued with restraining order.

Charles Webster, 21, of Main Street, Baston, admitted driving a vehicle without a valid test certificate in Stamford Road, West Deeping on January 12. Fined £35. Victim surcharge £20.