The latest cases from Nottinghamshire Magistrates Court
Desmond Adrian Myers (23) of Hucknall Road, Hucknall, admitted assaulting Waseem Akhar on Mansfield Road in Nottingham on 4th October 2014.
He has also failed to surrender to custody at Nottinghamshire Magistrates’ Court on 22nd May and on 11th June, having been released on bail. A warrant for his arrest has been made.
Daniel Downs (31) of Leroy Wallace Avenue in Nottingham, was found guilty of assaulting a woman by beating her in Bulwell on 9th December 2014.
He has been remanded on conditional bail until 30th June. He has been ordered not to contact his victim or go to an address in Bulwell.
Bobby Stephen Lunt (31) of Brook Close, Bulwell, has admitted stealing meat and chocolate worth £351 from two Co-Op stores in Nottingham on 12th and 15th April, 6th and 12th May.
He has been remanded on bail until 14th July for a pre-sentence report to be prepared. He has been ordered to live and sleep each night at 22 Brook Close, Bulwell.
Duane Darren Spencer (26) of Linwood Crescent, Eastwood, admitted stealing food worth £13.77 belonging to Tescos in Bulwell on 1st April.
He has been remanded on bail until 1st October to tie up other cases and ordered not to go to Tesco in Bulwell.
Reece Shane Karl Wheat (18) of no fixed abode, admitting possessing a quantity of cannabis at Highbury Road in Bulwell on 24th March. The cannabis was destroyed by police officers. A warrant for his arrest has been issued.
Nathan Eric Wolden (23) of the Quadrangle, Newstead Village, admitted damaging a door in Chatsworth Street on 27th February. He denied, but was found guilty of, assaulting a woman in Sutton on 26th February.
He also admitted pursuing a course of conduct which amounted to harrassment between 26th February and 1st March. He has been remanded on bail until 1st July for a pre-sentence report to be prepared and was ordered not to contact his victim.
Samsheer Singh (31) of no fixed abode admitted damaging a window, a sofa, a banner and flooring that belonged to NHS Trust Highbury Hospital in Bulwell on 28th May. He has been remanded in custody until 7th July for a medical or psychiatric report to be prepared.
Dwane St Christopher Hamilton (41) of Bestwood Road, Nottingham, admitted driving a car without insurance on Bulwell High Road on 14th September 2014. He was fined £110 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20. His driving record was endorsed with six points.
Robert Anthony Marples (46) of Fourth Avenue, Edwinstowe, admitted driving at 51mph in a 30mph zone on Main Street, Papplewick, on 19th September 2014. He was fined £140 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85. His driving record was endorsed with six points.
Jonathan Paul Rees (30) of Riverside, Southwell, admitted driving a 53mph in a 30mph zone on Forest Lane, Papplewick, on 14th September 2014. He was fined £400 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £40 and costs of £85. His driving record was endorsed with six points.
Paul Willet (58) of Alison Avenue, Hucknall, admitted driving at 51mph in a 30-mph zone on Forest Road, Papplewick.
He was fined £260 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £26 and costs of £85. His driving license was endorsed with six points.
Martin Richardson of Robin Hood Drive, Hucknall, was found to have driven an unlicensed large goods vehicle on 3rd February on the A611. The verdict was proved in his absence and he was fined £200 and ordered to pay vehicle excise duty of £32.50 and costs of £90.
Ryan Smart (21) of Logan Street, Bulwell, was found to have driven an unlicensed large goods vehicle on 3rd February on the A611. The verdict was proved in his absence and he was fined £200 and ordered to pay vehicle excise duty of £34.17 and costs of £90.
An application for the forfeiture of £2,555 in seized cash has been made against Lee Robert Monoghan (27) of Bonnington Close, Crabree Farm Estate, Bulwell. Nottinghamshire magistrates said they were satisfied by prosecution evidence that the money is recoverable property or for use in unlawful conduct. They said his premises had been used for the possession and taking of drugs and that he was connected to two defendants who have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply drugs. No explanation was forthcoming as to how the cash came to be legitimately in that house.