In Lincolnshire’s courts this week

Court news.
Court news.

Cases from Lincolnshire’s Magistrates’ Courts.

Lee Johnson

A Horncastle teenager has been fined £65 by Skegness Magistrates for a motoring offence.

Lee Johnson (18), of Tennyson Gardens, admitted being the owner which did not have the current insurance requirements. The offence took place in Horncastle last June.

Johnson was also ordered to pay costs of £110 and a £20 victim surcharge.

Vicki Newton

A Horncastle woman indicated a plea of guilty to a theft charge when she appeared before magistrates in Skegness.

Vicki Newton (50), of Tennyson Gardens, allegedly stole an unknown quality of money belonging to the Jubilee and Keddington Residents’ Association in Louth.

The offence is said to have taken place between December 2012 and May 2014.

Magistrates sent the case to Lincoln Crown Court for sentence. No date was specified.

Jason Andrew Flynn

Exceeding the 30mph speed limit in Horncastle Road, Boston, cost a Tattershall man a £75 fine when he appeared before magistrates in Boston.

Jason Andrew Flynn (42) of Fitzgerald Court, admitted the offence which took place last May.

He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £25 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with six points.

Christopher Jonathon Barkhouse

A speeding charge in Wragby landed a 42 year-old man with a £400.

Christopher Jonathon Barkhouse, of South Road, North Somercotes, committed the offence on the A158 last January.

He must also pay costs of £85 and a £40 victim surcharge.

Magistrates, who dealt with the case in his absence, also endorsed his licence with four points.

Unnamed teenager

A 15-year-old Horncastle boy admitted three offences when he appeared before the Lincoln Youth Court sitting in Skegness.

The court heard the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, damaged a garage door, a metal grille, a fire extinguisher and a CCTV camera at Banovallum School.

He also took a vehicle without the consent of the owner and stole an orange hazard warning light belonging to GEDA Construction.

The offences took place last November. Magistrates handed the boy a 10-month contract with the Lincolnshire Youth Offending Service.

He was also ordered to pay £210 compensation for the damage at Banovallum School and £190 for the hazard warning sign offence.

In addition, he was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 12 months.

Reece Thomas Ivan Mountcastle

Skegness Magistrates handed a Horncastle man a 12-month conditional discharge after he admitted charge of assault by beating.

Reece Thomas Ivan Mountcastle, (19) of Foundry Street, assaulted another man in Horncastle last September.

Magistrates did not impose a compensation order because no injuries were sustained.

The accused must also pay £85 costs and a £15 surcharge.

Wania Restaurant and Takekaway

A licence appeal by the owner of the Wania Restaurant and Takeaway in Bridge Street, Horncastle, has been adjourned by Skegness Magistrates until March 3.

The appeal surrounds a decision by East Lindsey District Council to revoke the licence for the premises.

The adjournment was agreed by the both parties pending another appeal.

Krzysztof Zbojna

A 52-year-old Coningsby man has received a ban after admitting two drunk-drive charges.

Krzysztof Zbojna, of Silver Street, admitted both offences and was disqualified for 24 months.

The offences took place in Coningsby - one last October and the other last December while Zbonja was on bail.

He was also fined £250 for each offence.

Magistrates imposed costs of £85 and a £25 victim surcharge for the first offence.

They said they took the defendant’s guilty plea into account.