Latest Ilkeston and Long Eaton court results

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The following cases have been heard at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court

Daniel Mccarthy, age 22, of Derby Road, Long Eaton, admitting breaching a suspended sentence order previously imposed by the court for theft offences, including stealing a coat from Peacocks in Long Eaton and £200 worth of clothes from Tesco in Ilkeston. 
He faced a total of ten charges when he appeared at court. The suspended sentence was implemented meaning he will serve 12 weeks in prison.


Ashley Kirk, age 22, of Nottingham Road, Ilkeston, admitted breaching a community order made by the court. The order will continue and he will also carry out 20 hours of unpaid work. He will pay a £100 criminal courts charge.


Mary Whitey, age 50, of Critchley Street, pleaded guilty to assaulting Josh Dean, Kelly Dean and Oliver Brooks. She was handed a 12 months community order and restraining order which permits her from contacting three people. She must pay a £150 criminal court charge, a £37 fine, £85 to the Crown Prosection Service and a £60 victim surcharge.


Kevin Howitt, age 52, of Gough Grove, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to assaulting Michell Howitt. A community order was made which includes a rehabilitation programme and 100 hours unpaid work. 
He will pay a £150 criminal courts charge, £85 to the CPS and a £60 victim surcharge.

Joanne Keightley, age 28, of Corporation road, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to driving over the legal alcohol limit. She had 52 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. She was fined £138, must play a £150 criminal courts charge, a £20 victim surcharge and £85 to the CPS. 
Five points were added to her licence. She was not banned because of the short distance driven.

Michelle Hessey, of Cramner Street, Long Eaton, was fined £200 for failing to pick up dog faeces. The charge was proved on her absence. She will pay costs of £150 and a £20 victim surcharge.

Kirsty Holmes, age 23, of Queen Elizabeth Way, was fined £200 for having no TV licence. She will also pay costs of £140.

Nicola Scally, age 38, of Highgate Drive, Ilkeston was fined £36 for using a TV without a licence. She will pay costs of £140.

Sarah Simpson, age 31, of Mill Street, Ilkeston, was fined £200 for using a TV receiver without a licence. She will also pay costs of £140.


Sarah Stevens, age 41, of Dovedale Circle, Ilkeston, was fined £200 for having no TV licence, and will pay a £150 criminal court charge and costs of £140. The charge was proved in her absence.


Susan Doyle, age 34, of Kirkwhite Close, Long Eaton, was fined £83 for using a TV without a licence. She will also pay a total of £140 in costs.


Jamie Riley, age 23, of Hamilton Road, Lonf Eaton, was fined £49 for using a TV without a licence. He will also pay costs which total £140.

Mary Riley, age 29, of Windermere Road, Long Eaton, was fined £90 for having no TV licence. She will also pay costs amounting to £140.


Leah Roberts, age 24, of Florence Avenue, Long Eaton, was fined £400 for using a TV without a licence. The charge was proved in her absence. She must also pay a £150 criminal court charge, costs of £120 and a £40 victim surcharge.


Deborah Smith, age, 55, of Curzon Street, Long Eaton, was fined £200 for using a TV without a licence. The charge was proved in her absence. She must also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £120 in costs.