Latest results from magistrates’ courts across Lincolnshire.
Magistrates in Lincoln have given bail to a Horncastle man who is charged with two offences.
Geoffrey Francis Finlow, of the Bull Ring, is accused of stealing goods valued at £62 from B&Q in Lincoln on February 24.
He is also accused of using threatening, abusive or insulting language in the Bull Ring, Horncastle, on April 22.
He was given bail until June 6
A 26-year-old Horncastle man has been fined £400 for not having a colour TV licence.
Lincoln Magistrates also ordered Lou Allison, of Curtis Close, to pay £120 costs and a £40 victim surcharge.
The case was proven in his absence.
The offence took place on November 25 2014.
A Horncastle man admitted not having a colour TV licence when he appeared before magistrates inn Lincoln.
Jason Boothby (41) of Tennyson Gardens, was fined £35 and ordered to pay costs of £30 and a £20 victim surcharge.
The offence took place on November 24 2014.
Lincoln magistrates fined a 42-year-old Tattershall Bridge woman £200 for not having a licence for a colour TV.
Joanna Cushway, of Elizabeth Avenue, will also have to pay costs of £120 and a £20 victim surcharge.
The case was proven in her absence.
The offence too place last November.
A 26-year-old man from Wragby admitted having a colour TV without a licence when he appeared before magistrates in Lincoln.
Guy Hall, of Carpenters Close, was finned £50 with costs of £30 and a £20 victim surcharge.
Lincoln magistrates finned Kurt Woods, of Banks Street, Horncastle, £200 for not having a colour TV licence.
Woods (29) must also pay costs of £120 and a £20 victim surcharge.
The case was proven in his absence.
Matthew Mark Dukes
A Woodhall Spa man was fined £185 by magistrates in Boston for a speeding offence on the A1 in Cambridgeshire.
Matthew Mark Dukes (30) of King Edward Crescent, admitted the offence on a previous court appearance.
He must also pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.
Magistrates also imposed a 42 day driving ban.
The offence took place last August.
Allan Clifford Young
A Stoke on Trent man will have to appear before magistrates on June 9 charged with three offences of breaching a restraining order.
Allan Clifford Young is alleged to have used a mobile phone to contact a woman living in New Bolingbroke on three dates - November 30, December 21 and November 31.
The case was adjourned until the June date.
Magistrates in Lincoln have issued a warrant for the arrest of a 15-year-old Coningsby girl charges with not complying with the terms of a youth rehabilitation order.
The court ordered no details could be released that might lead to the identification of the teenager.
Ashley James Arthur Ranyard
A Horncastle man has been banned from driving for 14 months after pleading guilty to a drunk-drive charge.
Ashley James Arthur Ranyard, of Barsey Walk Farm Cottages, Horncastle, pleased guilty to committing the offence on the A631 at West Rasen on February 8.
He was fined £300 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £30 victim surcharge.
The ban could be reduced, if Ranyard attends a course.
A Scrivelsby man denied two assault charges when he appeared before Lincoln Magistrates.
Kyle Coupland-Short (20), of Image Cottage, is accused of assaulting a female by beating on two different occasions.
He is also accused of causing damage to a matress, a lap top computer, a TV, a fire surround and a wall.
Magistrates imposed conditional bail until a hearing on July 24 at Skegness Magistrates Court.
The first alleged assault took place between January 1 and January 8 and the second on April 10.