Latest court results from the Ilkeston area

Derby magistrates' court.

Derby magistrates' court.

The latest results from Derby magistrates’ court from the Ilkeston area as published in the September 22 edition of the Ilkeston Advertiser are listed below.

Motoring

Kevin Thomas Dainty, 57, of Barker Close, Stanley Common, Ilkeston: Pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the indication given by a red traffic light signal. Fined £50 and must pay a £20 and £85 costs. Disqualified from driving for 14 days.

David Webb, 37, of Dovedale Avenue, Long Eaton: Pleaded guilty to speeding on a dual carriageway. Fined £140 and must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Driving record endorsed with three points.

Michael Hurst, 29, of Mitchell Street, Long Eaton: Pleaded guilty to exceeding the alcohol drink-drive limit. Fined £120 and must pay a £30 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Disqualified from driving for three years.

Stefan Ian Shepherd, 27, of Coronation Avenue, Sandiacre: Pleaded guilty to exceeding the alcohol drink-drive limit. Fined £390 and must pay a £39 victim surcharge and £200 costs. Disqualified from driving for 12 months. Pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to court. No separate penalty.

Nicholas Andre Gough, 42, of Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston: Pleaded guilty under the single justice procedure to speeding. Fined £166 and must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Driving record endorsed with three points.

Benje Perkins, 30, of Hartington Place, Ilkeston: Proved under the single justice procedure that the defendant used a vehicle with a loose battery and with a rear offside wheel arch which had rusty jagged edges exposed and its use involved a danger of injury. Fined £440 and must pay a £44 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Driving record endorsed with three points.

Alec Paul Sisson, 31, of Bramble Close, Long Eaton: Proved under the single justice procedure that he was speeding. Fined £220 and must pay a £22 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Driving record endorsed with three points.

Other

Zyrus Golding, 26, of Albert Street, Ilkeston: Admits breaching a domestic violence protection order in that he was at an address which he was prohibited from attending. Committed to prison for four weeks.

Dale Johnson, 31, of Cotmanhay Road, Ilkeston: Pleaded guilty to being drunk in charge of a pedal cycle. Fined £40 and must pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs. Admits committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge for a year for an offence of theft. No action taken on the breach.

Kyron Shane Watchorn, 24, of Smedley Avenue, Ilkeston: Pleaded guilty to sending three Facebook messages which he was prohibited from doing by a restraining order. Community order with a 56-day curfew with electronic monitoring. Must pay an £85 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Ryan John Hill, 22, of Northgate Street, Ilkeston: Non-payment of fine of £1,220.50. Committed to prison for 36 days in default of payment.

James Mitchell, 26, of Boweswell Road, Ilkeston: Non-payment of £190 fine. Committed to prison for seven days in default of payment.

Theft

Reiss Nichols, 20, of Albany Street, Ilkeston: Indicated a guilty plea to attempting to steal. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Must pay £110 compensation and a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Christopher Daft, 26, of Oakleys Road, Long Eaton: Pleaded guilty to stealing food belonging to the Co-op. Fined £40 and must pay £33.47 compensation and a £30 victim surcharge. Pleaded guilty to stealing coffee valued at £27.16 belonging to the Co-op. No separate penalty. Must pay £6.49 compensation. Pleaded guilty to stealing meat belonging to the Co-op. No separate penalty.

Drugs

Lee Oldershaw, 38, of Mill Street, Ilkeston: Indicated a guilty plea to producing a quantity of cannabis, a controlled drug of class B. Community order to last until September 5, 2017, with 100 hours of unpaid work. Must pay an £85 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Assault

Kyle Davis, 26, of Bracken Close, Long Eaton: Pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating. Committed to prison for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months with a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement and 200 hours of unpaid work. Must pay compensation of £400.