Who, from Ilkeston, has been before the courts:

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The following cases have been dealt with at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court:

Andrew Bryson, aged 37, of Ash Street, was given a 12 month conditional discharge for stealing t-shirts from Peacocks. He pleaded guilty to the charge and must pay court costs to he total of £197.

Aaron Dunn, aged 26, of Market Street, pleaded guilty to stealing chocolate valued at £7.60 from Farmfoods in the Albion Centre. He was fined £76, must pay a criminal court charge of £150, a £20 victim surcharge and £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Thomas Morgan, aged 21, of Stanton Road, Sandiacre was committed to prison for 28 days for breaching an existing court order and stealing a sandwich and a bottle of cider from One Stop. He must also pay compensation of £15.21 and court charges of £150.

Jordon Whaley, aged 22, of Skeavington Lane, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a community order. He was handed a seven week jail term, suspended for 18 months.

Adam Rimmington-Walker, aged 27, of Drummond Road, pleaded guilty to production of cannabis. He was given a four month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months. He will carry out 130 hours unpaid work and must pay costs of £85 and a £80 surcharge.

Lance Booth, aged 51, of Blackburn Lane, pleaded guilty to assault. Magistrates imposed a restraining order so that he can not contact his victim. He was fined £35, must pay a £20 surcharge, criminal court charge of £150 and £85 to the CPS.

Leon Thompson, aged 22, of Station Road, pleaded guilty to assault by beating. He was handed a community order, including 100 hours unpaid work. He will pay £300 to the CPS and a £ 60 surcharge.

David Linney, aged 47, of Barclay Court, pleaded guilty to a charge under the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act relating to a vehicle not meeting insurance requirements. He must pay a £139 fine, costs of £110 and a £20 surcharge.

Darryl Saxby, aged 41, of Westwick Street, was fined £34 for a vehicle that did not meet the correct insurance requirements.
He will pay costs of £110 and a £20 surcharge.