The latest court results for Ilkeston and Long Eaton

Derby Magistrates' Court
Derby Magistrates' Court

The following cases have been heard at Derby Magistrates’ Court:

Theft

Adam Dean, aged 23, of Starch Lane, Sandiacre was jailed for 12 weeks for stealing a Lenovo tablet. In committing the offence he failed to comply with a community order. He will pay £370 in court costs and charges.


Matthew Elliott, aged 27, Grasmere Road, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to stealing Fosters from Co-op and a safety suit from Derbyshire Constabulary. He was fined £80, must pay £14 compensation, £150 criminal court chare, £85 to the CPS and a £20 surcharge.

Assault

Richard Smedley, aged 35, of Derwent Avenue, West Hallam, was jailed for 26 weeks. He pleaded guilty to an assault on a police officer and a charge of using violence, causing a person to fear for their safety. The offence was felt to be serious because he had previous convictions and threatened the officer with a bottle.


Krista Matthews, aged 40, Eaton Avenue, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault. She was discharged conditionally for a year and handed a restraining order. 


Jason Smart, aged 45, of Diamond Close, Sawley, pleaded guilty to assault and damaging a mobile phone. He was handed a restraining order and fined £350. He will pay other costs including ££175 compensation.

Order Breach

Daniel Fox, aged 27, of Milner Road, Long Eaton, admitted breaching the terms of a sexual offences order and a charge of harassment. He was handed a 14 weeks jail term suspended for 12 months. He will carry out 100 hours of unpaid work and pay a £180 criminal court charge on top of other fines.

No Insurance

Curtis Owen Mcdonald, aged 28, of Church Street, Ilkeston, faced a charge of being the owner of a vehicle which did not meet the required insurance requirements under the Road Traffic Act.
Proved in absence. Fined £220.


Jonathan Robinson, aged 29, of Westwick Street, Ilkeston, faced a charge of being the owner of a vehicle which did not meet the required insurance requirements under the Road Traffic Act.Proved in absence. Fined £220.


Criminal Damage

Leah Barratt, aged 18, of Erewash Square, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to damaging a wing mirror. She was discharged conditionally for 12 months and will pay a £50 in compensation. Fees include a criminal courts charge of £150.


Daniel Mccarthy, aged 22, of Derby Road, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to damaging a window. He was handed a conditional discharge.


Joshua Barratt, aged 25, of Holkham Close, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to damaging a wall and window worth £150. He also pleaded guilty to damaging car. A community order was made, including a drug rehabilitation order. He will pay £350 in compensation and was fined £166.


Mark Chafer, aged 30, Spring Villas, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to damaging a door and a charge of assault. He was handed a community order including 80 hours of unpaid work. He will pay compensation of £163.40.

Used a phone

Ashley Croxhall, aged 40, of Willow Avenue, Long Eaton, was charged with using a mobile phone while driving. The charge was proved in his absence. He was fined £300, must pay a £520 criminal courts charge, a £30 victim surcharge and £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service. Three points were added to his licence.

Denny Willmott, aged 19, of Avondale Road, Kirk Hallam, was fined £220 for using a mobile phone while driving, and driving a vehicle of a class he was not licenced to. The charges were proved in his absence. Five points were added to his driving licence and will pay costs and fees amounting to £257.

Speeding

Maciej Wojciech Cybulski, aged 27, of Foxley Road, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to driving at 71mph in a 40mph zone. He was fined £260 and five points were added to his licence.


Mark Dantis, aged 21, Coppice Avenue, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to three charges including exceeding a 40mph speed limit. He was banned from driving for 12 months and six points were added to his licence. Court costs include a £120 fine.

Abuse

Brian Smedley, aged 35, of Clarence Road, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to using threatening words or behaviour likely yo cause alarm or distress. He was fined £40, must pay £105 in n costs and charges.

No TV Licence

The following people were fined for using a television without a licence:
Stephanie Ellerby, aged 37, of Lime Tree Rise, Ilkeston. Proved in absence. Fined £220. 
Rachel Johnson, aged 48, of Stamford Street, Ilkeston. Proved in absence. Fined £220.

Kimberley Penn, aged 32, of Park Road, Ilkeston. Proved in absence. Fined £220.
Kirsty Reece, aged 27, of Stratford Street. Ilkeston. Proved in absence. Fined £220.
Kaylie Robertson, aged 26, of Henshaw Avenue, Ilkeston. Proved in absence. Fined £440.
Daniel Robinson, aged 21, Hallam Fields Road. Proved in absence. Fined £220.
Louise Shore, aged 30, of Tudor Place, Ilkeston. Fined £440. Proved in absence.
Rebecca Smith, aged 32, Kenilworth Drive. MCA guilty. Fined £80.
Aaron Taylor, aged 27, Walnut Close, Ilkeston. MCA guilty. Fined £100.
Emma Williams, aged 31, of Henshaw Avenue, Ilkeston. Mca guilty. Fined £38.

Richard Rasin, aged 28, Lawrence Street, Sandiacre. Proved in absence. Fined £220.
Diane Mail, aged 61, Trent House, Long Eaton. Mca guilty. Fined £38.
Sharn Plant, aged 21, Bridge Street, Long Eaton. Proved in absence. Fined £220.
Marilyn Thompson aged 63, Tamorth Road, Long Eaton. Proved in absence. Fined £440.

Harassment

Dale Sheldon, aged 31, of Clarence House, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to harassment, and a further charge of failing to surrender to custody. He was Committed to prison for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months.


Van Loraine Antoinette Charlton, aged 53, Amberley Close, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to harassment. A community order was made including 40 hours unpaid work. She was also handed a restraining order and will pay costs of £510 in total.