News from Nottinghamshire's courts
ANTHONY McInerney, 58, of Stanley Street, Ilkeston, pleaded guilty to drink-driving. He was in a white Volvo in Loughborough Road, Ruddington, when he was caught over the limit on December 5. He had 49 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, when the legal limit is 35. Magistrates in Nottingham fined him £200, a victim surcharge of £20 and court costs of £85. He was banned from driving for three years. No separate penalty was imposed for driving without a licence, which was also admitted.
YVAN Pennant, 18, of Prize Close, Clifton, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour in Nottingham in September. Magistrates in Nottingham granted him unconditional bail to appear on January 8.
DANIEL Phillips, 22, of Chantry Close, Newark, denied assaulting a female in Newark on October 7 this year. After the case was heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, he was granted conditional bail to appear for trial on February 22.
AARON Head, 21, of Villa Street, Beeston, pleaded guilty to assaulting a male in Nottingham on December 6. Magistrates will hear his case on January 7. They granted him conditional bail.
MARTIN Lynes, 43, of Mulberry Gardens, Bulwell, is to have a trial charged with three allegations of theft. He is alleged to have stolen male fragrance, Baileys Irish Cream, a hot chocolate gift set and alcohol in Bulwell on December 4. He was granted unconditional bail at Nottingham Magistrates' court, to return on February 22 for his trial.
KEVIN Priest, 30, of Mill Lane, Sandiacre, denies two charges of theft. He denied stealing household items from Ikea in Giltbrook on December 15. He further denies stealing 23 different household items, to the value of £509.95, from the store on December 16. Magistrates granted him conditional bail to return to the court for a trial on February 28.
JUSTIN Weedon, 29, of Pedmore Valley, Bestwood Park, denies assault and criminal damage. He allegedly assaulted a female and damaged a door frame on December 16 in Bestwood Park. Magistrates in Nottingham remanded him in custody until December 27.
RHODRI Williams, 35, of Wainfleet Court, Arnold, has been charged with three offences. He denied using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, possessing cannabis and outraging public decency. The offences allegedly happened in Aspley on August 31. Magistrates in Nottingham granted him unconditional bail to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on January 18.
IVAN Taggart, 48, of Lawrence Avenue, Colwick, has been fined £60 for driving without due care and attention. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he had driven on Colwick level crossing in a Ford Focus on August 21. After pleading guilty on December 18, he received the fine and was also ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and £40 costs. He will also receive three penalty points.
EAMON Turner, 49, of Bonds Close, Ilkeston, denies theft of a jacket in Nottingham on December 17. He is on conditional bail to attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court for his trial on February 15.
A MAN called Mr Number One VIP, 47, of Haywood Court, Sneinton, is to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on January 29. He denies the harassment of a Police Community Support Officer between January 22 and May 11. It is alleged he rang, text and made sexual remarks and suggestions. He also denies that he harassed a female by pestering and making unwelcome comments toward her in Nottingham between September 1, 2011, and May 15, 2012. He is on conditional bail.