Had gun cartridge at police station

A 21-YEAR-old Bulwell man has been jailed for three months after he was found to have a shotgun cartridge at a police station.

Joseph Everton Lindsay, of Hoefield Crescent, pleaded guilty to possession of the cartridge at the custody suite of the station on Bridewell, Nottingham.

Nottingham Magistrates Court heard that the offence was committed within five years of Lindsay being released from a young offenders’ institution.

He also admitted two other charges of possessing 0.34 grams of cannabis and eight methandienone tablets (anabolic steroids) at an address on Hilcot Drive, Aspley on Tuesday January 10.

Accused of

street violence

A BULWELL man and two others have been held in custody after they were accused of violence on a street in Mansfield.

Daniel Krause (21), of Harewood Avenue, Highbury Vale, is charged with causing grievous bodily harm to a man in the early hours of Saturday April 28.

Also charged are Ricky Krause (24), of Larkfield Avenue, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, and Michael Hadley (25), of Common Walk, Top Valley.

All three men appeared at Nottingham Crown Court where they were remanded until Friday July 27. A provisional trial-date was set for Monday September 3.