Court date for man accused of stealing cannabis plants
ANDY Thompson, 34, of Northumberland Close, St Ann's, is accused of stealing cannabis plants from a house in Scotholme Avenue, Hyson Green. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he allegedly committed the theft with two people, whose identities are not known, on March 11 this year. The case will next be heard at Nottingham Crown Court on September 27. He has been remanded in custody.
DARREN Walker, 37, of Jury's Court, Derby, has been accused of offences in Nottingham and Derby. It is alleged he was begging in Market Street, Nottingham, in August, and at the time was banned by an antisocial behaviour order. He is also said to have used threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour in Derby in May and to have begged in Derby when prohibited by the Asbo on the same date. He is on conditional bail to return to court on September 27.
ADAM Cassidy, 31, of Crammond Close, The Meadows, denies receiving stolen goods. He faces a trial at Nottingham Crown Court after it is alleged that he received a stolen satellite navigation system in North Road, West Bridgford, between April 25 and May 1 this year. His case will next be heard at the crown court on October 5. He is on unconditional bail.
MATTHEW Rhone, 21, of Swildon Walk, Top Valley, will have his case heard at Nottingham Crown Court on October 5. He is accused of stealing jewellery, cash and a Nintendo DS games console from a house in Cairngorm Drive, Rise Park, in June. He is on conditional bail.
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JOSEPH Newman, 35, of Woodfield Road, Broxtowe Estate, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman. He entered his plea at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. The assault happened at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre on July 15 this year. A pre-sentence report is being prepared and he will be sentenced on October 10. He is on conditional bail.
JAMIE Cragg, 32, of Williams Drive, Calverton, has been accused of causing grievous bodily harm to a male in Beeston on September 6.
He is further charged with stealing a safe containing cash and three gents' watches worth £3,000 from an address in Derby Road, Beeston, on September 6. His case has been sent to Nottingham Crown Court to be heard on September 27. He has been remanded in custody.
IAN Smurthwaite, 24, of Brentnall Court, Kirk Close, Beeston, received a conditional discharge for 12 months when he appeared before magistrates in Nottingham. He pleaded guilty to assaulting a female by beating her in Beeston on May 26 this year. He will pay court costs of £100. No order was made for compensation.
BILLY Watt, 26, of Cyprus Avenue, Beeston, was fined £50 for assaulting a male in Beeston on May 27 this year. Magistrates in Nottingham sentenced him after he pleaded guilty to the charge. As well as the fine, he must pay a victim surcharge of £15. No compensation order was made.
PHILLIP Henshaw, 42, of Lime Tree Court, Beeston, denies two charges of assault on the same female. The offences allegedly happened in Lenton Abbey on August 8 and July 11 this year. Magistrates in Nottingham have granted him conditional bail to return to court on November 21 for his trial.