DISPATCH: Reports from the court

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A round-up of cases that have appeared before local magistrates..

BREACH: Jason Wootton (41) of Bentinck Street, Hucknall, admitted breaching a bail condition. Mr Wootton was ordered to sign daily at Hucknall police, but failed to adhere to this on 20th January. He has been readmitted to conditional bail and must appear at Nottingham Crown Court on 20th April. The original offences for which bail was granted were: dangerous driving, failing to stop, driving without insurance and taking without the owner’s consent.

BREACH: Jordan Sutherland (18) of Anders Drive, Bulwell, admitted breaching a bail condition on 31st January. He was ordered to adhere to a curfew by Lincoln Crown Court on 13th January. The bail was granted originally for offences including burglary, attempted burglary and conspiracy to burgle with intent to steal.

BREACH: Martin Hugh Harper (44) of Dursley Close, Bulwell, admitted stealing five ladies jackets on 29th October 2014 from the Outlet in Bulwell. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and must pay a victim surcharge of £15 and costs of £85.

THEFT: Andrew Ricardo O’Connor (30) of Nottingham Road, Basford, admitted stealing a dvd player, an electronic keyboard and other electrical goods worth £267 on 19th March 2014 from Tesco Extra on Jennison Street in Bulwell. He was discharged conditionally for six months.

THEFT: David Samuel Pykett (30) of Coronation Road, Bestwood Village, admitted attempting to steal a bottle of vodka, priced at £18.99, from Morrisons in Bulwell on 16th January. He was discharged conditionally for six months and was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 by Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.

DRUGS: David Phillip Fell (42) of Salterford Road, Hucknall, admitted producing seven cannabis plants. He was fined £110 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 by Nottinghamshire Magistrates’ Court on 30th January. The plants were forfeited and destroyed.

MOTORING: Daryl Burton (32) of Watnall Road, Hucknall, was fined £200 for driving an unlicensed car on Beadall Street in Nottingham on 17th November 2014. Magistrates also ordered him to pay vehicle excise duty of £30 and costs of £90. The verdict was found in his absence.

MOTORING: Rachelle Capewell (29) of Lilac Road, Hucknall, admitted driving an unlicensed car on 17th November 2014. The case has been adjourned to 23rd February.

MOTORING: Jack Welsh, of Forest View Drive, Hucknall, has been fined £200 for driving an unlicensed car on 17th November 2014. Nottinghamshire Magistrates also ordered him to pay costs of £90. The verdict was found in his absence.

ASSAULT: Daniel Ricky Smith (20) of Hornbeam Gardens, Bulwell, admitted assaulting Samuel Lewis on Milton Street in Nottingham on 5th January. He was remanded on bail by Magistrates until 17th March 2015 and ordered not to contact his victim.

ASSAULT: Jake Damien Marriott (19) of Musters Walk, Nottingham, admitted damaging the front door of a house on Commercial Road, Bulwell, on 25th December 2014. Bail was granted by Magistrates on January 29th 2015, providing he did not contact the woman who lives at the address. On 1st February 2015 he was arrested for breaking the conditions of his bail by attending the Bulwell address, where he admitted assaulting the woman. He has been remanded on bail until 23rd February for a pre-sentence report to be prepare.

FLY TIPPING: Adam Glasby (26) of Chatsworth Street, Sutton, was found guilty of failing to comply with a notice served by Ashfield District Council in relation to fly-tipped waste on his street. The cased was proved in his absence and he was fined £600 and made to pay £100 costs and a £60 surcharge;

FLY TIPPING: Charnai Kent (21) of Corporation Street, Mansfield, admitted dumping a television and bin bags containing household waste, to the rear of a house in Co-Operative Street, Stanton Hill. She was fined £295 and made to pay £105 costs and a £30 surcharge;

FLY TIPPING: Nataley Meese (22) of Chatsworth Street, Sutton, was found guilty of failing to comply with a notice served by Ashfield District Council in relation to fly-tipped waste on her street. The cased was proved in his absence and she was fined £600 and made to pay £100 costs and a £60 surcharge.