Lincolnshire court results

Court news.
Court news.

Our regular round-up of local court cases.

Jack David Hines

A Coningsby man was fined £200 by Lincoln Magistrates for driving a vehicle with a defective rear light.

Jack David Hines (22) of Orchard Way, was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £200 and costs of £85.

The case was proven in his absence.

The offence took place on the A153 at Dalderby last August.

Robert Michael Lidden

A 69-year-old Tattershall man was fined £90 for failing to give police information relating to the identification of a driver.

Robert Michael Lidden, of Thorpe Road, pleaded guilty to the offences at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.

He was also ordered to pay costs of £45 and a £20 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with six points.

James Murray

James Murray, of Hazel Drive, Horncastle, was fined £460 by magistrates for taking a single decker bus in Coningsby.

Magistrates in Boston were told he took the bus from the Brylaines Bus Depot in Boston Road, Coningsby last October.

They also heard that damage, valued at less than £5,000, was caused to the bus.

Murray admitted the offence and apart from the fine, he was told to pay compensation of £875, a victim surcharge of £46 and costs of £85.

He was also banned from driving for 12 months.

Karl Woods

A Horncastle mnan has been fined £400 after an assault in a town centre public house.

Kurt Woods, 27, of Banks Street, pleaded guilty to assaulting another man by beating at the Crown public house in March.

He appeared before magistrates in Skegness and was also ordered to pay compensation of £100, a £45 victim surcharge and costs of £85.

Stephen Paul Morton

Lincoln Magistrates have fined a 52-year-old Coningsby man £145.

Stephen Paul Morton, of Langrick Road, admitted failing to give information relating to the owner of a vehicle allegedly involved in an offence.

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

His licence was endorsed with six points.

Daniel Mark Booth

A Coningsby man was re-admitted to bail with various conditions when he appeared before Lincoln Magistrates.

Daniel Mark Booth, 24, of Orchard Way, is accused of two common assaults.

He was arrested in Lincolnshire on April 11 after breaching previous bail conditions.

He was bailed until May 26 when he faces an appearance at Derby Magistrates’ Court.

One of the bail conditions is that he must report to Horncastle Police Station on a Tuesday and Friday.

Youth Offending Contract

Two Horncastle teenagers have been given six month contracts with the Lincolnshire Youth Offending Service following a court appearance.

They admitted causing damage to two washing machines at the town’s Washum launderette on March 18.

They were both ordered to pay compensation of £100.

The pair also admitted stealing a drink, valued at £1.49, from the Co-op store in High Street, Horncastle on March 22.

They were ordered to pay £1,489 compensation.

Kyle Coupland-Short

A Scrivelsby man appeared before Lincoln Magistrates accused of assaulting a woman on April 10 in Horncastle.

Kyle Coupland Short, 20, of Image Cottage, was remanded on bail until July 24.

Josh Phillips

A speeding offence landed a Woodhall Spa man a £163 fine when he appeared before magistrates in Lincoln.

Josh Phillips, 22, of Bennetts Mill Close, admitted breaking the 60mph limit on the A158 at Burgh Le Marsh last August.

His licence was endorsed with six points and he was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.

Ben Dolby

Magistrates in Skegness have adjourned a case against a Coningsby man accused of damaging a church sign until May 5.

Ben Dolby, 26, of Silver Street, Coningsby, allegedly damaged the sign belonging to Coningsby St Michaels Church - and valued at £510 - last July.

Bradley Simon McMurray

A drunk-drive offence in Horncastle cost a Spilsby man a 12-month ban when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates.

Bradley Simon McMurray, of Tasman Road, admitted the offence which took place on February 15.

Apart from the ban, he was fined £250 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £25 victim surcharge.

Magistrates said they took the guilty plea into account.

Joshua Robert Cutter

Skegness Magistrates have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Lincoln man accused of two motoring offences inn Horncastle.

Joshua Robert Cutter, 20, of Birchwood Avenue, Lincoln, is charged with driving without valid insurance and a licence in Horncastle on December 14.

Magistrates were also told the accused had failed to surrender to custody on two occasions.

Christopher George Watling

A Spilsby man was handed a Community Order when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates after stealing from a property in Mareham le Fen.

Christopher George Watling, 24, of Station Road, Spilsby, stole various items from the property on March 15.

He was fined £25 and must pay costs of £85 and a £60 victim surcharge.

Daniel Barry Watson

A speeding offence on the A153 at Tattershall last August 
led to a London man appearing before magistrates in Lincoln.

Daniel Barry Watson (30) of West India Quay, a was fined £35. He must pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.