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DANIEL STEVEN NEWPORT

Magistrates in Skegness have issued a warrant for the arrest without bail of a Grimsby man accused of two offences in Tattershall.

It is alleged Daniel Steven Newport (22) of Kirkstead Crescent, damaged a car belonging to Stuart Scarboro in Eusden Court, Clinton Park, in June 2013.

He is also charged with using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour likely to cause harassment.

Magistrates issued the arrest warrant after the defendant failed to appear at court.

He had previously denied the damaging the car but admitted the second charge.

RICKY BARTON

A 26-year-old Tattershall man has been fined £100 by Boston Magistrates for a drugs offence.

Ricky Barton, of Eusden Court, Clinton Park, had a quantity of cannabis in his possession in Dogdyke Road, Coningsby in June.

Barton was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £85.

Magistrates said they had taken Barton’s guilty plea into account.

They also ordered the drugs should be destroyed.

ROGER STEVEN FAULKNER

A Donington on Bain man, who is on the sex offenders; register, has been fined £110 by Magistrates in Skegness for opening two bank accounts without notifying police within a specified time.

Roger Steve Faulkner, (60), of Neve Gardens, must also pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

WILLIAM GRIFFIN

Magistrates in Skegness have withdrawn an offence against a Horncastle man who had been accused of exposing his genitals.

William Griffin, of Jobson Road, had been accused of committing a public nuisance in Jobson Road on June 30.

ANDREW FITYZGERALD

A Woodhall Spa man has been fined £600 for a motoring offence by Skegness Magistrates.

Andrew Fitzgerald (42), of St Andrews Walk, was found guilty ion his absence of failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle.

It followed an offence in Skegness Road, Tattershall, in January, 2013.

Fitzgerald was also ordered to play costs of £85 and a £60 victim surcharge.

His licence was endorsed with six points.

A charge of exceeding the 30mph speed limit on Skengess Road, was withdrawn.