Find out who from Ilkeston has been before the courts

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. Nicola Wenn, aged 45, of John Street must pay £5,227 after failing to pay council tax.

. Richard Russell, 34, of Kingston Avenue, was sent to jail for 21 days for receiving stolen goods, including documents relating to a Smart car and a child’s bike worth £90. . Darren Bellamy, aged 35, of Critchley Street, was handed a two year conditional discharge for stealing meat from Marks and Spencers. He must pay costs of £100.

. Richard Dawson, aged 46, of Market Street, must pay £185 in total for failing to stop at a red light. Three points have been added to his licence.

. Carl Green, aged 35, of Blake Street, Was handed a 16 week jail term, suspended for 12 months for stealing bottles of perfume from Asda in Long Eaton, a push bike from Halfords and aftershave from Superdrug. He must pay £1,000 in compensation.

. Waldemer Grudzinski, aged 59, of Park Road, must carry out 80 hours unpaid work for a charge of assault. He is also subject to a restraining order and must pay more than £500 in court costs and compensation.

. Colin Hopson, aged 47, of Albany Street, pleaded guilty to assault, and damaging a mirror and chair. He was handed an eight week jail term, suspended for 12 months.

. Linzie Grey, aged 29, of no fixed address, was jailed for 16 weeks for being in possession of a weapon in a public place, damaging a glass panel at Ilkeston News and possession of drugs.

. Anthony Shaw, aged 50, of Wheeldon Close, must pay £180 in total for court costs and fines for stealing a car battery worth £60.

. Alan Sharp, aged 23, of Powtrell Place, was jailed for 12 weeks for seven charges including driving while disqualified and while already on a suspended sentence. He was banned from driving for a further 18 months.

Danielle Holmes, aged 28, of Bath Street, was handed a six month conditional discharge for stealing sunglasses from Specsavers.