In Lincolnshire’s Courts

Court News
Court News


A Spilsby man was given a conditional discharge for 12 months by Magistrates in Skegness after stealing fuel from a Mareham le Fen company.

Lesley Glen Morton (30) of Woodlands Avenue, indicated a plea of guilty to the charge of stealing fuel from G&J Peck Ltd, in Main Road, Mareham le Fen, between November 1 and November 3.

He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15.


Skegness Magistates adjourned a case against a Woodhall Spa woman accused of two assaults until February 3.

Ms Sulkea Patel, 37, of The Broadway, Woodhall Spa, was granted conditional bail which prevents her from visiting two specific hotels in Woodhall Spa.

The assaults are alleged to have happened on November 22.


A Skegness woman has been barred from entering Tattershall as part of bail conditions imposed by magistrates in Skegness.

Faye Bellamy, of Albany Road, Skegness, was found guilty of breaching a restraining order by swearing at a man in Coningsby last January.

She is also charged with a similar offence allegedly committed in Lincoln.

Magistrates adjourned the case until February 3 to allow the accused to be legally represented.


A 52-year-old Coningsby man will re-appear before Magistrates on January 20 to face a drink drive charge.

Krzysztof Zbojbina, of Wesselow Road, Coningsby, has admitted driving over the legal alcohol limit in Coningsby last October.


A motoring offence cost a Tattershall man a £600 fine at Boston Magistrates’ Court.

Gareth Robert Passmore, 32, of Thorpe Place, Tattershall, was found guilty in his absence of failing to provide information leading to the identification of the driver of a vehicle.

He was also ordered to pay costs of £80 and a £60 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with six points.

A charge of exceeding the 30mph speed limit on the A153 in Tattershall last May was withdrawn.


A teenager from Horncastle could face a driving ban when he appears before Boston Magistrates next month.

Daniel Dominic Freeman, 18, of Carlisle Gardens, Horncastle, admitted exceeding the 30mph speed limit on the A52 at Roman Bank, Skegness, last April.

Magistrates adjourned the case until February 17 and said they were considering a disqualification.


Breaking the 30mph in Tattershall cost a Derby woman £35.

Alice Isabel Herry, 37, of Allestree, Derby, committed the offence on the A153 last May.

She must pay costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £20, Her licence was endorsed with three points.

The case was proven in her absence at Boston Magistrates.