The following cases have been heard at Derby and South Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court.
Carl Brown, aged 30, of Hallam Fields, Ilkeston, was jailed for 14 days for failing to pay a £945 fine imposed by the court. He was already serving a sentence in custody.
Joseph Michael Patrick Mannion, aged 21 of Keppel Court, Ilkeston, indicated a plea of guilty to two charges of fraud. These involved the dishonest use of a Natwest card to obtain money, with two other people. He was handed a 12 month community order and must carry out 150 hours unpaid work. He will pay compensation of £88.
Ashley Williamson, aged 26, of Wesley Street, Ilkeston, jailed for 24 weeks after pleading guilty to several charges of theft while on licence. He stole meat from Co-op in Long Eaton and in doing so was also in breach of a order preventing him from entering the shop. He will pay a £180 criminal court charge.
Stacey Johnson, aged 22, of Manor Road, Ilkeston, was fined £40 for exceeding the speed limit in a 30mph zone. Three points were added to her licence and she will also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service. She pleaded guilty to the offence.
Ian Smith, aged 45, of Tinker Croft, Ilkeston, was handed a 15 week prison sentence suspended for 12 months for entering Eighty Eight on Bath Street with the intention to steal. He changed his plea from not guilty to guilty. The magistrates said the offence was felt to be serious because the offence took place at night and he had tools with him. He will also be subject to a curfew between 7pm and 7am. The offence was aggravated by his previous convictions. He will pay a £80 victim surcharge and £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Thomas Cummis, aged 38, of Peveril Drive, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to setting a van on fire. He was handed a 12 month community order including 100 hours unpaid work. He will pay a £180 criminal courts charge, £85 to the CPS and a £60 victim surcharge.
Craig Hildred, aged 42, of Town Street, Sandiacre, pleaded guilty to an assault on a woman. He was committed to prison for 26 weeks suspended for two years. A restraining order was also made and must pay costs of: compensation of £200, £80 victim surcharge, criminal courts charge of £150, £85 to the CPS. He was in breach of an existing suspended sentence at the time of the offence. Tommy Stark, aged 21, of Jackson Avenue, Sandicare, pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of assaulting a woman. He was jailed for 16 weeks.
Liam Hamilton, aged 19, of Heanor Road, Ilkeston was fined £265 for possession of a class A and class B drug. He pleaded guilty to the charge and will pay more than £200 in court costs and charges.
Timothy Holt, aged 19, of Union Road, Ilkeston pleaded guilty to damaging a shop window to the value of £500 belonging to Ilkeston News. He was fined £80, will pay £250 in compensation, £85 to the CPS and a £150 criminal courts charge.
Van Charleton, aged 53, of Amberley Close, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to two charges relating to dishonestly made a statement to claim Employment Support Allowance. Namely failing to declare to the Department of Work and Pensions that she was in receipt of a personal pension. She was handed a 14 weeks jail term, suspended for 12 months. She will also carry out 50 hours unpaid work and pay a £80 victim surcharge and £85 to the CPS.