The following cases have been heard at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court.
Adam Barry Shepherd, aged 23, of Lawrence Street, Long Eaton, was jailed for eight weeks after pleading guilty to an assault on a woman. He was handed a restraining order preventing him from contacting his victim and must pay costs of £62 to the Crown Prosecution Service, as well as £100 compensation.
Tyrone Knighton, aged 19, of Cotmanhay Road, Ilkeston was found guilty of assault. He was handed a community order in which he must carry out 100 hours unpaid work. He will pay £250 in costs and a £60 surcharge.
Adam Turner, aged 25, of Regent Street, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to an assault on a man and a woman in December. He was jailed for four months as he was already subject to a suspended sentence.
Marie Bonning, aged 25, of John Street, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to taking out five loans in her husband’s name in order to make a gain. She was handed a 26 week jail term, suspended for two years. She must pay back compensation of £20,000, £15,050 and £9,942.
David Harrison, aged 34, of Eliot Drive, Kirk Hallam, pleaded guilty to drink driving. He was stopped on Stanton Road in Ilkeston on January 6 and was found to have 61 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. He was banned from driving for 16 months, fined £250 and will pay £85 to the CPS; £25 surcharge. He pleaded guilty to three other charges. One of having a bladed article, and two relating to the tyre tread on his vehicle being below the legal limit. He was fined a further £50 and handed a conditional discharge.
Christopher Law, aged 42, of Wesley Street, Ilkeston, was fined £450 for failing to give information relating to the driver of a vehicle believed to have been guilty of an offence. The charge was proved in his absence. Six points were added to his licence. He will pay costs of £85 and a £45 surcharge. Tracie Arnott Somerville-Forrest, aged 34, of Cavendish Road, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to driving with no insurance. Six points were added to her licence and she was fined £110, along with a £20 victim surcharge and costs of £85.
Fiona Quincey, aged 51, of Norman Street, Ilkeston, was fined £660 for using a vehicle with no insurance or licence. The charge was proved in her absence and she must also pay a £66 surcharge and costs of £85. She was banned from driving for six months, a result of being a repeat offender.
Paige Wilson, aged 22, of Windsor Cresecent, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to damaging a television valued at £400. She was given a 12 month conditional discharge and will pay a total of £100 in costs.
John Christon, aged 26, of Critchley Street, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer. He was jailed for four weeks.
Robert Grey, aged 56, of Awsworth Road, Ilkeston, indicated a plea of guilty to possession of 4.6 grams of amphetamine, a controlled drug of class B. He was discharged conditionally for 18 months. He will also pay a £15 surcharge and £50 to the CPS.
Dri-Pak Ltd, of Furnace Road, Ilkeston, was fined £6,000 for ‘contravening the
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations act by failing to ensure that effective measures were taken to prevent access to the sealing bar on the shrink wrap machine on Granular line 4 which is a dangerous part of the
machinery or to stop its’ movement before any part of a person enters a danger
zone.’ The firm will also pay costs of £1075.85.