Latest Ilkeston court results. Find out who has been sentenced.

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

Kevin Eaglefield, aged 41, of Great Northern Close, pleaded guilty to assaulting Kelly Slack and destroying a coffee table. He was given a community order including 80 hours unpaid work. He will pay criminal court charges of £150 and a victim surcharge of £60.

David Law, aged 45, of Cotmanhay Road, was fined £600 for driving with no insurance or the correct licence. The charges were proved in his absence. He was banned from driving for six months and must also pay costs of £85 and a £60 victim surcharge.

Luke Hogarth, aged 24, of Sherwin Road, Stapleford, was jailed for 26 weeks for tendering fake £20 notes and stealing a television. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was given a custodial sentence because he knew the notes were forged and was already on a community order. He will pay £80 in costs.

Adam Stark, aged 25, of Trenton Drive, Long Eaton, pleaded guilty to leaving building rubbish in Critchly Street, Ilkeston. He was handed a six month conditional discharge, and must pay £100 in costs.

Jake Longen, aged 26, of Tunnicliffe Court, pleaded guilty to stealing an iPhone worth £160. He was handed a community order and must carry out 250 hours unpaid work. He will also pay £160 in compensation, £250 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £60 victim surcharge. 

Daniel Smedley, aged 37, of Milton Avenue, pleaded guilty to stealing perfume worth £53.91 from B + M bargains. He will pay a £150 criminal court charge, a £75 fine, £85 to the CPS and a £20 surcharge.

Aaron Dunne, aged 26, of Kenilworth Drive, pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order prohibiting him from speaking to Jamie-Jean Sisson. He was jailed for 12 weeks and was in breach of a suspended sentence order. He will pay £180 in criminal court charges and a £80 victim surcharge.

Rebecca Hayter, aged 42, of Norman Street, pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order prohibiting her from contacting Darren Gee. She was jailed for six weeks. She will pay £180 in criminal court costs and a £80 victim surcharge.