The following cases have been dealt with at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court.
Darren Hood, aged 48, of Risley Court, pleaded guilty to stealing crumpets, biscuits, chocolate and cider worth £5.76 from Aldi. He was handed a 12 month conditional discharge, and must pay a total of £100 in court costs.
Kirby Wright, aged 19, of Dovedale Circle, pleaded guilty to seven charges including stealing costume jewellery from Selects Albion Centre, and hair extensions. A community order was made and she must carry out 60 hours unpaid work. Wright was already on a conditional discharge and must pay £295 in court related costs.
Luke Meads, aged 34, of Cotmanhay Road, pleaded guilty to seven charges of theft including stealing hundreds of pounds worth of beauty products from Boots. He was jailed for 52 weeks.
Carl Reeve, aged 40, of Wentworth Street, pleaded guilty to stealing a lego set from Argos. He was jailed for 13 weeks as he had recently been released from custody and had failed to comply with community orders. He was ordered to pay £230 in costs and fines.
Branden Summerfield, aged 20, of Beavale Drive, pleaded guilty to four charges including an assault on a woman. He was handed a 18 week prison term suspended for 12 months. He will also carry out 100 hours unpaid work and pay costs including a criminal court charge of £180 and compensation of £50.
Nigel Cowley, aged 45, of St Johns Road, pleaded guilty to assault by beating. He was fined £ 260, must pay a £ 150 criminal court charge and £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Mark Stafford, aged 52, of Market Street, pleaded guilty to assault by beating. He was handed a community order and curfew. He must also pay courts costs and fines amounting to £240.
Zoe Birkinshaw, aged 23, of Wilmot Street pleaded guilty to assault by beating, She was handed a community order and was ordered to pay costs amounting to £365. She committed the offence while already on a conditional discharge.
Norma Flindell, aged 66, of Vine Farm Close, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention. She was fined £76, will pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge. Four points were added to her driving licence. Scott Middleton, aged 23, of Wellington Street, Stapleford, pleaded guilty to two charges, one of which was that his car was fitted with an exhaust system which had been altered so as to increased the noise made by the escape of exhaust gases. He was fined £150, will pay a £150 in criminal court charges, £85 in costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
Timothy Pritchett, aged 21, of Chertsey Court, West Hallam, pleaded guilty to seven charges of damaging cars in the village, including £400 worth of damage to a silver Hyundi. He was handed a community order including 250 hours of unpaid work. He must pay back a total of £1,340 in compensation and costs.
Jeanette Wilbourne, aged 38, of Wilmot Street, pleaded guilty to damaging a wall belonging to Chilwell House and two charges of assaulting police officers. She was handed a two year conditional discharge and will pay courts costs and fines amounting to £400.
Martin Nicholl, aged 35, of Market Street, was fined £200 for fishing without a licence at Birch House lakes, Braislford. The charge was proved in his absence. He must also pay £517 in fines and court costs.
David Piekarz, aged 29, of Albany Street, failed to comply with a community order imposed by the court. He was handed a 16 week jail term suspended for 12 months and must carry out 50 hours unpaid work. He will pay a £100 criminal court charge.