Reports from the courts: defendants from the Worksop area

These are the latest cases heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, between Monday, March 15, and Friday, March 20.

Wednesday, 31st March 2021, 7:00 pm

Tomasz Meisnner, 50, of Queen Elizabeth, Rhodesia, Worksop, admitted drink driving and driving without insurance or a licence, on Sandy Lane, Worksop, on March 12. A test revealed he had 75 mcgs of alcohol when the legal limit is 35 mcgs. On March 15 he received a 12 week sentence, suspended for 18 months. He must pay a £122 surcharge and £85 costs. He was banned for 46 months, but a drink drive rehabilitation course will reduce the disqualification by 624 days if he completes it before February 2026.

Diane Taylor, 55, of Dukeries Crescent, Worksop, admitted two counts of using threatening words or behaviour and criminal damage. On March 17, she received a 12-month community order with 25 rehabilitation days. She was fined £150 and ordered to pay a £95 surcharge and £85 costs.

Neil Weaver, 51, of Keswick Road, Worksop admitted to making a false statement to obtain an insurance certificate while serving a suspended sentence. On March 17 he was jailed for 18 weeks and ordered to pay a £128 surcharge and costs of £85.

Nottingham Crown Court.

Richard Frost, 46, of Lincoln Street, Worksop, admitted possession of a blade and threatening unlawful violence, in Retford, on March 16. On March 18 he was remanded in custody until April 8, when he will be sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court.

Mitchell Brown, 24, of Hardwick Road East, Worksop, was convicted of driving without due care and attention, on February 28, last year. On March 18, he was fined £300 and ordered to pay £300 costs and a £32 surcharge. His driving licence was endorsed with five points.

Natasha Maher, 29, of Church Road, Bircotes, admitted making threats to kill, two counts of assault and two counts of possessing a knife. She was remanded in custody to appear at Nottingham Crown Court, on April 9.

Ryan Moore, 26, of Book Terrace, Worksop, admitted criminal damage and assault occasioning actual bodily harm on March 6, last year. On March 20 he was committed to prison for 24 weeks, suspended for 18 months, with a ten week curfew from 7.30pm to 7am. He must pay £225 compensation and a £128 surcharge.

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