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Court Register: Results from recent hearings

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These are the results from recent hearings at magistrates courts. We do not carry minor speeding offences.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, February 17

Terri Dimbleby, 23, of Cornwall Road, Stamford, was found guilty of using a television without a licence at her home address on December 9. She was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £90 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Kaspars Runkauskis, 29, of Holywell Road, Clipsham, admitted being the owner of a dog that was dangerously out of control in Huntingtower Road, Grantham, on August 25. He was ordered to keep the dog on a lead and muzzle it in public, otherwise it would be destroyed. He was also fined £140 and ordered to pay compensation of £300, costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, February 19

Colin Rose, 47, of Coggles Causeway, Bourne, was found guilty of failing to identify the driver of a vehicle alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Nettleham on September 27. He was fined £600 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £65.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, February 20

Jason Lewis, 35, of Northumberland Avenue, Stamford, admitted using a television without a licence at his home address on December 9. He was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £90 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Michael Crooks, 59, of Westbourne Park, Bourne, admitted drink driving in Drummond Road, Bourne, on January 28. A breath test gave a reading of 68 - the legal limit is 35. He was disqualified from driving for 18 months, fined £325 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £32.

Nicholas Regis, 38, of Dundee Drive, Stamford, admitted smashing the window of a home in Anne Road, Stamford, on January 24. A restraining order was imposed, preventing him from attending the address of the victim or doing anything to cause them distress. He was fined £75 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Stephen Thurston, 60, of Edinburgh Crescent, Bourne, admitted drink driving in Tennyson Way, Bourne, on February 2. A breath test gave a reading of 48 – the legal limit is 35. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months, fined £330 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £33.

Danny Hedges, 23, of Grosvenor Road, Bourne, admitted damaging a plasterboard wall worth £100 at The Court House Snooker Club in Sleaford on January 8. He also admitted failing to surrender to custody on January 28. He was given a seven-day prison sentence, suspended for a year.

He was ordered to take treatment for alcohol dependency for six months and placed under supervision for eight weeks.

He was also given a two-year anti-social behaviour order, forbidding him to drink or possess opened alcohol in a public place, be in the company of anyone carrying opened alcohol in a public place or enter any pub or nightclub selling alcohol in Lincolnshire. He was also ordered to pay £100 compensation.

In a separate case, Hedges admitted assault by beating in St Gilbert’s Road, Bourne, on January 19, while subject to a conditional discharge order. He was given an eight-week prison sentence, suspended for a year, and ordered to pay compensation of £50.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, February 24

Gavin Landen, 19, of Badger Lane, Bourne, admitted being the owner of a dog that was dangerously out of control in a public place on December 10. The court ordered that the dog be destroyed unless an appeal was lodged within 21 days. Landen was ordered to pay compensation of £320 and costs of £85.

Loughborough Magistrates’ Court, February 26

David Bull, 46, of Churchfield Close, Deeping St James, admitted failing to stop at a red light in Leicester Road, Oadby, on August 9. He had three points put on his licence, was fined £220 and ordered to pay costs of £60 and a victim surcharge of £22.

Philip McNevin, 41, of Wheatley Avenue, Uppingham, admitted failing to identify a driver alleged to have been guilty of an offence in Leicester on September 27. He was fined £600, ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £60.

 

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