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KYLE COUPLAND-SHORT

A Woodhall Spa man will appear before Skegness Magistrates on November 11 after admitting assaulting a woman on two occasions.

Magistrates adjourned the case against Kyle Coupland-Short, (20), of Turnberry Drive, for a pre-sentence report.

The first assault took place at Butlins in Skegness on September 25 and the second at Roman Bank, Ingoldmells, on September 26.

DANIEL STEVEN NEWPORT

A 22-year-old Grimsby man received a suspended prison sentence after being convicted of five offences, including two in Tattershall.

Daniel Steven Newport appeared before Boston Magistrates and was given a 70 day sentence, suspended for 12 months.

He was convicted of damaging a car in Tattershall and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in Clinton Park. Both offences took place in June, 2013.

Newport was ordered to pay £200 compensation for damaging the car.

He was also convicted of damaging a police vehicle in Grimsby and two charges of failing to surrender to custody without a reasonable excuse - one at Skegness and the other at Grimsby.

JULIAN MATTHEW EAGLEN

An assault in Woodhall Spa left a Horncastle man more than £1,500 out of pocket when he appeared before Magistrates in Skegness.

Julian Matthew Eaglen (48), of Langton Lane, had denied the assault in Monument Road, Woodhall Spa in July 2013 but was found guilty.

He was fined £500 and ordered to pay compensation of £250 and a £50 victim surcharge.

Magistrates also ordered Eaglen to pay Crown Prosection Service costs of £775.

SHAN GOSLING

Skegness Magistrates have issued a warrant for the arrest of a 20-year-old Coningsby woman.

Shan Gosling, of Ingham Road, is due to appear before Magistrates for a hearing on November 11.

She was previously convicted of three offences - an assault and driving without a valid licence or insurance.

The offences took place in Silver Street, Coningsby, in October 2013.

JEAN SYKES

An 83-year-old Louth woman could face a ban after admitting a charge of driving without due care and attention on the A153 near Belchford on March 23.

Jean Sykes, of Horncastle Road, appeared before Boston Magistrates who adjourned the case until November 24.

REBECCA CAMEO

A speeding charge against a Tattershall woman has been adjourned by Boston Magistrates until November 24 to five police tome to make enquiries.

Rebecca Cameo, 27, of Brent Road, is accused of driving over the 30mph limit on the A153 in Anwick on March 26.

FAYE BELLAMY

A Tattershall woman faces two charges of breaching a restraining order.

Skegness Magistrates adjourned the case against Faye Bellamy, 48, of Cromwell Place, until November 19.

It is alleged she swore at a man on Coningsby on January 7 and also approached a woman in Lincoln on August 5.

She had denied both offences.

CHARLES WILLIAM WRAY

A 63-year-old Horncastle man has pleaded not guilty to being abusive towards a woman in Waring Street, Horncastle, on September 12.

Skegness Magistrates adjourned the case against Charles William Wray, of Waring Street, until November 30.

He was remanded on bail.

Scott Kingswood

A teenager has appeared at Lincoln Crown Court accused of causing the death by careless driving.

Scott Kingswood ,19, of Milson Close, Coningsby, did not enter a plea and was granted bail to appear back before the Crown Court on 16 January.

Kingswood is accused of causing the death of 19-year-old Robbie Nicholls on 14 February at Freiston by driving a Ford Focus in Butterwick Road without due care and attention