NAME AND SHAME: Worksop and Retford Court Results
The following people from Worksop and Retford have recently appeared before the courts.
Joseph Carrigan, 33, of Greenside Avenue, Retford. Had in his possession a quanitity or cannabis, a controlled drug of Class B. Fined £80. Also ordered to pay £85 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
Amie Dryden, 23, of West Hill Road, Retford. Assaulted a woman by beating her. Community order made with electronic monitoring and curfew requirement. Ordered to complete a rehabilitation activity. Must also pay compensation of £150 and £85 in court costs.
Elahah Etemadi, 33, of Rampton Hospital, Retford. Assaulted a woman. Ordered to pay £50 in compensation.
Steven Mahoney, 32, of Milne Drive, Bircotes. Committed fraud in that he dishonestly made a false representation, namely used a credit card without authorisation, to make a gain for himself of £3,308.87. Also damaged a window to the value of £300. Committed to prison for 26 weeks. Also ordered to pay £300 in compensation.
Leslie Hopewell, 61, of Kingston Close, Worksop. With a view to obtaining benefit, Council Tax Benefit and Housing Benefit, namely Employment Support Allowance, dishonestly made a statement to the Department for Work and Pensions which was false by failing to delcare on her claim she held capital in excess of the permitted limits. Discharged conditionally for 18 months. Also ordered to pay £100 court costs anda £15 victim surcharge.
Amy Bainbridge, 37, of Portland Street, Worksop. Stole sausages, to the value of £1.98, belonging to Farmfoods. Community order made with drug rehabilitation requirement. Also ordered to pay £1.98 in compensaiton.
Matthew Cook, 27, of No Fixed Address. In Retford, stole baby milk of a value unknown belonging to Boots. Committed to prison for four weeks suspended for 12 months. Also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80.
Christopher Lincoln, 35, of No Fixed Address. In Retford, stole a quantity of DVD’s to a value of £160 belonging to Asda. Community order made with drug rehabilitation activity requirement. Also ordered to pay £160 in compensation and an £85 victim surcharge.
Sam Mullins, 24, of Birch Close, Retford. Used towards another threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause that person to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them. Committed to prison for 18 weeks suspended for 12 months. Curfew requirement with electronic monitoring made. Defendant must also participate in a Thinking Skills programme and pay £85 court costs along with a £20 victim surcharge.
Carl Whittaker, 21, of Birch Close, Retford. Used threatening or abusive words or behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused alarm or distress. Fined £85. Also ordered to pay court costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.
Stephen Turner, 57, of Prince Charles Road, Worksop. At Bridge Place, were guilty, while drunk, of disorderly behaviour. Fined £80. Also ordered to pay £85 in court costs and a £30 victim surcharge.
Alison Edwards, 53, of Sunny Bank, Worksop. Speeding. Drove a car at 61mph in a 50mph zone. Driving record endorsed with three points. Fined £200. Also ordered to pay £85 in court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
Stephen Davidson, 28, of Fairway, Retford. Drove a car after consuming so much alcohol that the proportion of it in his breath, namely 72 microgrammes in alcohol in 100 mililitres of breath, exceeded the legal limit. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes. Banned from driving for 17 months. Ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work. Most also pay £85 in court costs and a victim surcharge of £85.
Lee Kemp, 37, of Cavendish Road, Worksop. Entered a building as a trespasser, namely Llyod’s Chemist, with intent to steal. Committed to prison for 26 weeks suspended for 18 months. Ordered to complete a rehabilitation activity requirement. Must also pay £100 in compensation and £85 court costs.
Alex Sisson, 18, of Willow Holt, Retford. Without authority or reasonable excuse, had with him in public an offensive weapon, namely a screwdriver. Community order made with 80 hours of unpaid work. Also ordered to pay £85 in court costs and a £60 victim surcharge.