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Court Register: Results from recent hearings

Grantham Magistrates Court

Grantham Magistrates Court

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

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, April 9

Arron Matthews, 25, of Church Street, Thurlby, admitted illegally opening three packages while working for a postal operator on or before February 15.

He was fined £420, ordered to pay costs of £1,100 and a victim surcharge of £42.

Loughborough Magistrates’ Court, April 9

Aaron McDonald, 30, of The Beeches, Uppingham, admitted stealing a bottle of port worth £11.89 from the Co-operative shop in Uppingham on March 18.

He was given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay compensation of £11.89.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, April 14

Josh Garner, 18, of Tanners Lane, Corby Glen, admitted possessing 0.52g of the class B drug methylmethcathinone at Grantham police station on January 18.

He was fined £160, ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Grzegorz Gilewicz, 35, of The Green, Exton, admitted drink driving in Casterton Road, Stamford, on March 26. He gave a reading of 109 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35.

He was disqualified from driving for 24 months, ordered to have treatment for alcohol dependency for six months, placed under supervision, ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £60.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, April 15

Shane Tadman, 38, of Water Lane, South Witham, was found guilty of driving without insurance in Casterton Road, Stamford, on October 20, 2013.

He had six points put on his licence, was fined £600, ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of 
£60.

Grantham Magistrates’ Court, April 16

Thomas Caunce, 27, of The Broadway, Morton, admitted assaulting a police constable outside his home address on February 2.

He was fined £50, ordered to pay costs of £40, a victim surcharge of £20 and compensation of £15.

 

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