Committed for crown court trial over alleged theft of computers
DEAN Andrew Wilkins, 37, of Salmon Close, Bulwell, will appear at Nottingham Crown Court accused of stealing two computers. The offence is alleged to have happened between October 29, 2011, and December 2, 2011, at Powis Street, Bulwell.
A Dell laptop and Samsung notebook computer, worth about £600 and belonging to a woman, were taken. Magistrates in Nottingham sent the case to the crown court to be heard on July 17. Wilkins is in custody.
NEIL Morgan, 44, of Leonard Avenue, Sherwood, has been fined £150 for speeding in a Mercedes in Canal Street, Nottingham city centre, on August 2 last year. Morgan pleaded guilty by post to driving in excess of 30mph. Magistrates also ordered him to pay a victim surcharge of £15 and court costs of £35. His licence will be endorsed with four penalty points.
LUKE Anthony Robinson, 21, of Central Avenue, New Basford, appeared before magistrates accused of assaulting a woman. He denied assault in Radford on May 27. He was granted conditional bail until July 30.
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CHARLES Edward Williamson, 30, of Caunton Avenue, Mapperley Park, denied assaulting a woman in Nottingham on April 10 this year. At Nottingham Magistrates' Court, his case was adjourned until July 25 for the case to be sent to be heard at Nottingham Crown Court. He was conditionally bailed.
EMILY Frances Layton, 21, of St Marys Gardens, Newark, was fined £185 for speeding in excess of 30mph in Basford. The case against her was proved in her absence at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. Layton drove a Ford Fiesta Encore in Arnold Road on June 29 last year. As well as the fine, she must pay a £15 victim surcharge and court costs of £85. Her licence will be endorsed with three penalty points.
A NEW Basford man has been jailed for a total of 39 weeks after admitting three theft charges. Mark Trevor Leonard Tainton, 32, pleaded guilty to taking two wallets containing £495 in cash in Basford on April 7. He also admitted the theft of a Garmin sat nav and a universal charger, in Basford, on May 10, and stealing a Sony Ericsson mobile phone and charger, in Basford, on May 23. Tainton, of Sandon Street, New Basford, received 13-week jail sentences for each of the three charges.
MARCIN Boruch 28, of Exeter Road, Forest Fields, is to stand trial over possessing a false Polish ID card and Polish driving licence in Nottingham on May 28. He was remanded in custody until Tuesday.
NEIL Morgan, 44, of Leonard Avenue, Sherwood, admitted driving at over the 30mph speed limit in Canal Street, Nottingham city centre, on August 2 last year. He was fined £150 had his licence endorsed with four points, and was ordered to pay £35 costs and a £15 surcharge.
EMILY Frances Layton, 21, of St Marys Gardens, Newark, has been fined for driving at over 30mph in Arnold Road, Basford, on June 29 last year. The case against her was proved in her absence at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. Layton was fined £185., had her licence endorsed with three points and was ordered to pay £85 prosecution costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
PATRICIA Allen, 60, of Teviot Road, Bestwood, pleaded guilty to stealing £60 worth of groceries from the Co-op supermarket in Arnold Road, Bestwood, on March 11. She also admitted stealing a further £62 worth of groceries from the supermarket on March 14 and four pairs of ladies' shoes, worth a total of £210, from Zara, in Nottingham, on February 27. Allen was ordered to carry out 40 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months and pay £40 compensation to the Co-op and £85 prosecution costs.
STEPHEN Austin Goode, 32, of Reigate Road, Basford, pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis in New Basford on January 10. He was fined £150 and ordered to pay £85 prosecution costs and a £15 victim surcharge.