In Lincolnshire Court’s in the last week.
Pamela Ann Crisp-Beard & Maria Crisp-Beard
The case against a former mayor of Horncastle and her daughter - jointly accused of seven charges including animal cruelty - has been adjourned until September 17 at Grantham Magistrates’ Court.
The pair, of Linden Road, Horncastle, denied all charges at Skegness Magistrates.
In a separate case at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court, Pamela-Ann Crisp Beard has admitted two charges of owning a dangerous dog.
She had initially pleaded not guilty.
The first charge relates to an incident in Stanhope Road, Horncastle, on July 25, 2013.
The second charge followed an incident - again in Stanhope Road - on October 1, 2013.
In both cases, Crisp-Beard was charged with being the owner of a dog which was dangerously out of control in a public place.
Magistrates decided to adjourn the case until November 7 at Skegness Magistrates for sentencing, ancillary orders and the outcome of other matters.
Christopher Liam Doyle & Jonathan Doyle
Two Horncastle men face a trial at Lincoln Crown Court on August 26 after being accused of a joint assault in the town in July, causing actual bodily harm to the victim.
Christopher Liam Doyle (27) and Jonathan Doyle (25), both of Maltby Way, Horncastle, appeared before Skegness Magistrates.
The assault is alleged to have happened in Spilsby Road, Horncastle.
Simon Iain Else
A Mansfield man must carry out 80 hours of unpaid community work after pleading guilty to a motoring offence in High Toynton when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates.
Simon Iain Else, of Lansbury Road, Edwinstone, admitted driving while disqualified in July.
He was ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs.
Magistrates did not impose a separate punishment for driving without insurance.
Peter James Donnelly
A Tattershall man will have to appear before Boston Magistrates on September 15 charged with two motoring offences after his case was adjourned.
Peter James Donnelly, of Dryden Court, Clinton Park, is accused of failing to give information relating to the identification of a driver and exceeding the 30mph speed limit on the B1192 Langrick Road at New York School, Wildmore.
Skegness Magistrates fined a 24-year-old Horncastle man £200 for driving with incorrect insurance.
Daniel Walters, of Banovallum Gardens, most also pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £110.
Daniel Paul Bogg
Daniel Paul Bogg (22) of Churchill Avenue, Horncastle, will appear before Skegness Magistrates on September 9 after admitting two offences in the Tattershall area in April.
He pleaded guilty to damaging a car in a picnic area in Sleaford Road and using with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress by using threatening, abusive or intimidating words or behaviour at Tattershall Lakes.
Magistrates adjourned the case until the September date.
Ian James Speirs
A Tealby man was disqualified from driving for 40 months by Skegness Magistrates after admitting driving over the alcohol limit in Holmes Way, Horncastle, in July.
Ian James Speirs, aged 45, was also fined £110, ordered to play a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.
Chistopher Michael Eddington
Christopher Michael Eddington (34) of Columbus Way, Grimsby, was fined £100 by Boston Magistrates after admitting exceeding the speed limit on the A153 in Tattershall in January.
He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £20 and had three points endorsed on his licence.
Magistrates took his guilty plea into account.
A motoring offence committed on the A153 in Tattershall in January cost a Boston man a £600 fine.
Viktor Karmysov (30) of Matthew Flanders Way, was convicted of failing to give information leading to the identity of a driver.
He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £80 when he appeared before Boston Magistrates.
An additional charge of speeding on the A153 was withdrawn.
Simon William Atack
Simon William Atak, (56) of Langrick Road, New York, was fined £400 by Boston Magistrates’ for exceeding the 30mph speed limit on the B1192 in New York in January.
He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £40 and costs of £85. His licence was endorsed with four points.
Atack was convicted in his absence.
John Kingsford Mountain
A 78-year-old Mablethorpe man admitted driving without due care and attention on the A158 in Baumber in April when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates.
John Kingsford Mountain, of George Street, was fined £180. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85. Magistrates endorsed his licence with six penalty points.