A round-up of local cases heard in Lincolnshire’s courts in recent weeks.
• Hannah Grace Mycock
Hannah Grace Mycock, 19, of Keddington Road, Louth, appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on October 26 to face one charge of theft.
Mycock pleaded not guilty to the charge, which alleges that she stole clothing from Primark store in Lincoln, valued at £41, on August 28.
The case had been adjourned for the trial, which will begin at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on December 18. She was remanded on unconditional bail.
• Kurt Woods
Kurt Woods, 30, of Banks Street, Horncastle, has been given a community order and a fine after being found guilty of assault and failing to turn up to court.
Woods was charged with assaulting a man in The Oval, Horncastle, on February 7, and he pleaded not guilty when he appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on April 14.
He was due to appear at the same court on October 16 for the trial, but he failed to appear and the court put out a warrant out for his arrest. However, he was convicted of the assault in his absence.
Woods appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on October 27 where he was given a community order with a requirement to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.
He was also ordered to pay £620 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, £200 in compensation, and a £60 victim surcharge.
Woods pleaded guilty to failing to appear in court on October 16, for which he was fined £235 and ordered to pay a £150 criminal courts charge.
• Callum Kane Simons
Callum Kane Simons, 24, of Sutton Road, Huttoft, has been sentenced to 17 weeks in prison after being found guilty of using threatening, insulting or abusive words or behaviour in Lincoln on April 4.
Simons pleaded guilty to the offence when he appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on October 15.
The court sentenced Simons to 17 weeks in prison on the basis that th e offence was aggravated by his record of previous offending.
He was also ordered to pay courts costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £80.
Simons also pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to the court one week earlier, on October 8. He received no separate penalty for this.
•Matthew Andrew Moore
Matthew Andrew Moore, 28, of West Street, Alford, has been given a four month curfew after admitting two charges of assault last month.
Moore admitted assaulting two women in Alford on October 24 when he appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on October 26.
He was given a community order which includes a four month curfew, enforced via an electronic tag. which states he must remain at his home between 8pm and 6am until February 25 next year.
Moore was also ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge and a £150 criminal courts charge.
• Peter John Bowman
Peter John Bowman, 71, of Sutton Road, Mablethorpe, has been given a community order and a restraining order after pleading guilty to assaulting a woman in Saltfleetby on October 4.
Bowman was sentenced at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on October 27, after pleading guilty there on October 5.
He was ordered to carry out 40 hours of unpaid work during the next 12 months, and he must comply with a rehabilitation order requirement for up to 20 days.
Additionally, he may not contact the victim, or visit her address in Saltfleetby, for 12 months under a restraining order imposed by the court.
Bowman was also ordered to pay a £60 victim surcharge, £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service, and a £150 criminal courts charge.