A Coningsby man has been sent for trial on assault charges following an incident which left a man’s skull fractured.
Lee Gillard, of High Street, entered no plea to an allegation of unlawfully inflicting grievous bodily harm on John Hargreaves on May 25 in Coningsby’s High Street.
Magistrates at Skegness ruled that the case was not suitable for summary trial.
Gillard has been sent for trial by jury at Lincoln Crown Court on October 8.
The 44-year-old was granted conditional bail.
A man from Wragby has been find £185 after pleading guilty to driving without due care and attention.
David Ness, of Sawmill Lane, pleaded guilty to the charge of driving an agricultural sprayer without due care and attention on the A153 on June 24.
He was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and has been given three penalty points.
James Bennett, of Hareby Road, Spilsby, has been fined £40 after pleading guilty to speeding in Horncastle.
Bennett pleaded guilty to the offence which took place on Boston Road on February 10.
He has been ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge and his licence has been endorsed with three penalty points.
His guilty plea was taken into account when the sentence was imposed.
Spencer Hill, of Hemingby Road, Belchford, has been fined £600 after being found guilty of using a motor vehicle without a valid insurance policy.
Hill was found guilty in absence at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court for the offence which took place at Rigsby, Alford, on April 11 this year.
He has been ordered to pay £85 costs and a victim surcharge of £60.
His licence has been endorsed with six penalty points.
Ashley Woodhouse, of Wesley Way, Horncastle will appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on October 14 facing one charge of using a motor vehicle when the condition of its accessories or equipment was such that its use involved a danger of injury to any person.
Woodhouse is alleged to have driven a car which had the rear door skins removed and the metal work cut leaving sharp jagged edges and an under-inflated rear nearside tyre on the A158 at Sausthorpe.
Faye Bellamy, of Cromwell Place, Tattershall, has been remanded on bail after pleading guilty to four harassment charges.
Bellamy has pleaded guilty to the harassment of a family in North Somercotes after banging on a front door, taping threatening notes on the door and shouting threats and abuse towards children in the garden between April 14 and May 7.
She has also submitted a guilty plea for harassing two women at their place of work in Louth and a further charge of harassment by posting disparaging letters about a Tattershall resident to other neighbours.
Bellamy also pleaded guilty to a fourth harassment charge of a woman in Saltfleet.
She will appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on October 14.
Jennifer Mascall, of Market Place, Tattershall, will appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on November 4 facing one charge failing to make sure her child attended school.
Between January 7 and March 28 her child failed to regularly attend Lincolnshire Teaching and Learning Centre Boston.
Malcolm Hollis, of Abbey Road, Revesby, will appear at Boston Magistrates’ Court on November 4 facing one charge of damaging trees against a tree preservation order.
It is alleged that Hollis destroyed eight Sycamore trees and caused or permitted the wilful damage to six further Sycamore trees.
Neil Tolley, of West Street, Horncastle, was due to appear at Skegness Magistrates’ Court yesterday facing one charge of drug possession with intent to supply.
It is alleged that on July 5 at Newmarket, Louth, he had in his possession 699.7g of amphetamine, a controlled class B drug, with intent to supply.
Stacey Blackham, of Alexandra Road, Woodhall Spa, will appear at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on October 4 facing one charge of assaulting a constable in the execution of their duty.
It is alleged that Blackham, 27, assaulted PC Keighley in Peterborough on August 1.
She has been remanded on bail until her next appearance.