The following cases have been heard at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court in recent weeks:
Kevin Costello, aged 20, of Lower Chapel Street, Ilkeston pleaded guilty to an assault on a woman. He was handed 12 week jail term, suspended for 24 months. Costello, who was already on a community order, will also carry out 140 hours unpaid work and pay court costs and charges totalling £325. He will also have to participate in a Building Better Relationships programme.
Dwayne Riley, aged 33, of Curzon Street, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to assault. He was jailed for 16 weeks. The offence was deemed to be so serious because it was a mob/vigilantly attack which saw him taking the law into his own hands. He will pay £100 compensation, £150 courts charge and a £80 victim surcharge. Lee Durose, aged 21, of Dale Avenue, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to an assault on a woman. He was handed a community order with a 150 hour unpaid work requirement. A restraining order was also made and he will pay compensation of £100, as well as a £150 criminal courts charge, £85 to the CPS and a £60 victim surcharge.
Paul Tivey-Day, aged 53, of Thorpe Leys, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to failing to give information relating to the
Identification of the driver of a vehicle alleged to have been guilty of an offence. He was fined £325, must pay a £150 criminal courts charge, costs of £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £32 victim surcharge. Six points were added to his licence.
Ryan Goodman, aged 21, of Cop-operative Street, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis, resisting arrest and being drunk and disorderly in a public place. He was handed a community order with a four week curfew. He will pay courts costs and charges totalling £325. Aaron Nelson, aged 25, of Mill Street, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis. He was committed to prison for four weeks, suspended for 12 months. He committed the offence while already on a court order and will carry out 70 hours unpaid work. He will pay a total of £325 in court costs and fines.
Trevor White, aged 38, of Hadley Street, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour whilst drunk. He was fined £105, must pay a £150 court charge, £85 to the CPS and a £20 victim surcharge.
Martin Billinghurst, aged 56, of Neale Street, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to driving while using a mobile phone. Three points were added to his licence. He was fined £40, will pay a £150 court charge, £85 costs and £20 surcharge.
Daniel Marriott, aged 43, of Nottingham Road,Ilkeston pleaded guilty to a charge of harassment and one of damaging a door belonging to East Midlands Housing. He was handed a community order including an eight-week electronically monitored curfew. A restraining order was also made which prevents him from contacting his victim. He will pay costs of £325 in total.
David Wilshire, aged 61, of Gibb Street, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to harassment. He was jailed for 18 weeks, suspended for 18 months. He was also handed a three month curfew,
Carl Reeve, aged 40, of Dale Street, Ilkeston admitted breaching a previously imposed supervision order. He was jailed for 14 days.
Peter Mart, aged 42, of Wirksworth Road, Kirk Hallam, was fined £450 for driving a vehcile that exceeded the weight restriction on the A514 Ingleby Road in Stanton By Bridge. He will pay costs of £115, a £150 court charge and £45 surcharge.