In Lincolnshire’s Courts

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Court News

Vicki Newton

A 50-year-old Horncastle woman appeared before Skegness Magistrates charged with stealing an unknown quality of money from a Louth based residents’ association.

Vicki Newton, of Tennyson Gardens, is alleged to have taken the money from the Jubilee and Keddington Residents’ Association between December 2012 and May 2014.

Magistrates adjourned the case until January 13 at the request of the prosecution.

Adam Fletcher

A 25-year-old man from RAF Coningsby had a drink drive charge adjourned by magistrates when he appeared at court in Skegness earlier this month.

Adam Fletcher is alleged to have driven on Curtis Drive and Ash Road, Coningsby in October while over the legal limit.

The case was adjourned until February 27 for trial.

Michael Harlow

Michael Harlow of Keble Court, Clinton Park, Tattershall, has been handed an 18-month ban after admitting a drink drive charge when he appeared before Boston Magistrates.

Harlow, aged 58, drove in Hunters Lane, Coningsby, in November while over the legal limit. Magistrates heard he had 59 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.

He was also fined £110 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20.

Magistrates ruled the ban could be reduced by four months, if Harlow completes a course.

They said they took into account his guilty plea when announcing their verdict.

Terence Batteson

Two charges of non-payment of council tax against Terrence Batteson, of Mill Cottage, Old Bolingbroke, were withdrawn by Boston Magistrates.

Faye Bellamy

A Skegness woman will face magistrates in her home town next month charged with breaching a restraining order by swearing at a Coningsby man last January.

Magistrates adjourned the case against Faye Bellamy, aged 48, until January 2.

The defendant will also face a second charge of breaching a restraining order.

She denies both offences.

Rebecca Cameo

Police withdrew a speeding charge against a Tattershall woman at Boston Magistrates’ Court.

It had been alleged Rebecca Cameo of Brent Road, Tattershall, had exceeded the 30mph limit on the A153 in Anwick last March.

Jean Sykes

An 83-year-old Louth woman admitted driving without due care and attention on the A153 near Belchford when she appeared before Boston Magistrates.

Jean Sykes, of Horncastle Road, Louth, was fined £120 and ordered to pay costs of £80 and a £20 victim surcharge.

Her licence was endorsed with six points.

The offence took place last March.

Wania Restaurant and Takeaway

An appeal by owners of a Horncastle restaurant against a decision to revoke their premises’ licence will be heard by Skegness Magistrates next month.

The decision to revoke the licence at the Wania Restaurant and Takeaway was taken by East Lindsay District Council.

The case was adjourned last month and the new date is January 20.

Kyle Coupland-Short

A 20-year-old man from Woodhall Spa has been left with a bill for £315 after admitting two assaults by beating a woman in Skegness.

Kyle Coupland-Short, of Turnberry Drive, pleaded guilty to the offences when he appeared before magistrates in Skegness last month.

The first assault took place in a chalet at Butlins on September 25 and the second a day later at Roman Bank in the town.

He was fined £80 for each offence and ordered to pay costs of £85, compensation of £50 and £20 victim surcharge.

Dominic Freeman

Dominic Freeman, aged 18, of Carlisle Gardens, Horncastle, will appear before Skegness Magistrates next month to face a charge of exceeding the speed limit.

It is alleged the defendant exceeded 30mph on the A52 AT Roman Bank, Skegness,

The case was adjourned last month and will now be heard on January 5.

Christopher Lee

A Nottingham man was fined £200 for breaking the 30mph speed limit on the A513 in Tattershall.

Christopher Lee, aged 39, of Bridgnorth Road, committed the offence last April.

In addition to the fine, magistrates in Boston ordered Lee to pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with three points.

The case was proven in his absence.

Simon Frost

A West Ashby man was fined £200 by Skegness Magistrates for failing to submit the correct documents regarding the transfer of ownership of a vehicle.

Simon Frost, of Main Street, was also told to pay £90 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

The iffence took place in April.

Tania Bull

A speeding offence cost a Coningsby woman a £75 when she appeared before magistrates in Boston last month.

Tania Bull, aged 31, of Pingle Close, must also pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge. Her licence was endorsed with five points.

The offence took place in a 30mph limit at Aubourn last April.

Kevin Maplethorpe

Skegness Magistrates have handed a Coningsby man a community service order.

Kevin Maplethorpe, aged 55, of Dogdyke Road, admitted damaging a trailer and advertisement hoarding by fire.

The offence took place in Dogdyke Road in August.

Maplethorpe was ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid community work within 12 months.

He was also told to pay costs of £85 and a £60 victim surcharge.

Paul Cooper

Failing to send off the correct documentation regarding the transfer of ownership of motor vehicle cost a Bucknall man £310 at Skegness Magistrates’ Court.

Paul Cooper, of Chestnut Avenue, was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £90 and a £20 victim surcharge.

The offence took place in August.

The case was proven in his absence.