COURT RESULTS: Worksop and Retford

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THEFT

Peter Downs, 42, of Winifred Street, Worksop. Stole an iPhone 5, of a value unknown, belonging to Nottinghamshire Police. Committed to prison for nine weeks, suspended for 12 months. Also ordered to pay court costs of £200 and £198 in compensation.

Robert Sime, 35, of Raines Avenue, Worksop. Having entered a building as a trespasser, stole therein petrol of a value unknown. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15.

Gary Storey, 34, of Kilton Crescent, Worksop. Stole two jars of coffee, to the value of £12.20p, belonging to Marks and Spencer. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15.

Ann Fitzpatrick, 43, of Chapelgate, Retford. Stole groceries, to the value of £164.68, belonging to Morrisons. Fined £120. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20.

Amy Bainbridge, 36, of Queen Street, Worksop. Stole five jars of coffee, to the value of £24.99, belonging to Farmfoods. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Also ordered to pay £40 in court costs, a £15 victim surcharge and £24.99 in compensation.

Gemma Kinsella, 33, of Garside Street, Worksop. Stole various items, to the value of £89, belonging to Matalan. Committed to prison for four weeks suspended for 12 months. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80.

breach

Anthony O’Callaghan, 28, of Sycamore Avenue, Worksop. Failed to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend appointments as instructed. Defendant must carry out 30 hours of unpaid work. Original order to continue.

disorder

Abbey Teale, 20, of Saffron Crescent, Tickhill. In Worksop, use towards two people threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause those persons to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them. Community order made with 80 hours of unpaid work. Also ordered to pay £150 in court costs and £100 compensation.

fraud

Kimberley Newton, 28, of Albert Road, Retford. Failed to notify an authority, namely Bassetlaw Council, of a change of circumstances which would affect entitlement to housing benefit. Fined £500. Also ordered to pay court costs of £300 and a victim surcharge of £50.

tv licence

Fatima Bidonkas, 49, of Norfolk Road, Bircotes. Used a colour television receiever without a licence. Fined £120. Also ordered to pay court costs of £60 and a £20 victim surcharge.

Glynn Bradley, 45, of Furnival Street, Worksop. Used a colour television receiever without a licence. Fined £145. Also ordered to pay court costs of £60 and a victim surcharge.

Ian Brammer, 43, of Chatsworth Court, Bircotes. Used a colour television receiver without a licence. Fined £85. Also ordered to pay £60 in court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

drugs

Natalie Morris, 27, of Hannah Park View, Worksop. Had in her possession a quantitiy of cannabis, a controlled drug of Class B. Fined £80. Also ordered to pay £85 in court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

damage

Dane Walker, 25, of Littondale, Worksop. Without lawful excuse, damaged a car wing mirror, to a value unknown. Fined £200. Also ordered to pay £85 court costs, a £20 victim surcharge and £150 in compensation.

Andrew Hurns, 26, of NFA. In Retford, damaged furniture belonging to a woman, to a value unknown, intending to destroy or damage such property. Community order made with rehabilitation activity requirement and 100 hours of unpaid work. Restraining order imposed. Also ordered to pay £85 in court costs, a £60 victim surcharge and £100 in compensation.

other

Derrick Emmerson, 51, of Cavendish Road, Worksop. At Old Clipstone, fished or took fish otherwise than in accordance with a licence by means of rod and line. Fined £200. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 and £17 in court costs.

Ian Mullen, 32, of John Street, Worksop. In Worksop, fished or took fish otherwise than in accordance with a licence by means of rod and line. Fined £400. Also ordered to pay £127 in court costs and a £40 victim surcharge.