News from the courts
SUSAN Simpkiss, 56, of Anchor Court, Bestwood Park, has been conditionally discharged for 12 months by magistrates in Nottingham. She pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the Department of Work and Pensions on January 25. She must pay court costs of £100.
TAMMY Ward, 37, of Gaitskell Way, Balderton, is charged with a benefit offence. On October 12 last year it is alleged that she made a false statement or representation to the Department for Work and Pensions. She pleaded not guilty at Nottingham Magistrates' Court and her case was adjourned for a trial on January 18. She is on unconditional bail.
ANDREE Francis, 23, of Palmerston Gardens, St Ann's, is charged with drug offences. It is alleged he possessed cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin in St Ann's on February 9. His case will be heard at Nottingham Crown Court on March 22. He is on unconditional bail.
PAUL Finch, 43, Lavender Walk, St Ann's, is due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on December 10. He is accused of assaulting a male and stealing an ice cream, both in the Broadmarsh shopping centre, Nottingham, on July 15. It is further alleged that he failed to surrender to custody at the court on November 28. He is on unconditional bail.
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STACEY Booth, 32, of Watford Road, Aspley, will go on trial accused of possessing cocaine in Aspley on July 13 this year. She entered a not guilty plea at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on November 27, and was granted unconditional bail. Her trial is on January 29.
PHILLIP Darby, 46, of Walbrook Close, Cinderhill, denies being drunk and disorderly in Nottingham on August 30 this year. He will go on trial at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 13 and is on unconditional bail.
NEIL Woodhouse, 47, of Vulcan Close, Basford, received a community order for drink-driving in Arnold Road, Bestwood, on November 3 this year. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he was in a Ford Focus after consuming 103 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. After he pleaded guilty to drink-driving, he received the community order, with a requirement to do 60 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 months. He must also pay a victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85. He was banned from driving for two years.
SHANE Bright, 24, of Ingram Road, Bulwell, is accused of inflicting grievous bodily harm on a male in Eastwood on August 23 this year. His case was sent to be heard at Nottingham Crown Court on December 11. He was remanded in custody after appearing at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.
MATTHEW Crawford, 27, of Grange Road, Newark, admitted criminal damage and using threatening, abusive words or behaviour in Newark. He damaged a customer service podium and mounting, to an unknown value, belonging to Job Centre Plus on September 5 this year. The threatening behaviour was towards a male and female on the same date. Magistrates in Nottingham gave him a community order, with a requirement to attend an anger management programme. He will be supervised by the Probation Service for 12 months and has to pay £50 compensation and £85 costs.
BENJAMIN Barker, 28, of Walesby Lane, New Ollerton, pleaded guilty to driving whilst unfit due to drugs in an Audi A3 in Nuthall and Bilsthorpe in July. He is further accused of driving without due care and attention on the A614 Old Rufford Road, Bilsthorpe, on the same date. An interim driving disqualification has been imposed. He is currently on unconditional bail. His case will be heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on December 18.
RAJ Digva , 58, of Corncrake Drive, Arnold, denies two charges. It is alleged she was driving a Mercedes over the speed limit on November 12 last year. She is also said to have failed to provide police with information relating to the identity of the driver of a Mercedes in Arnold on or about December 15 last year. The driver was allegedly guilty of a road traffic offence. Her case was adjourned to be heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on January 3.
DANIEL Berridge, 27, of Allendale Avenue, Aspley, received a community order for drink-driving. He was in a Ford Mondeo in Aspley Lane, Aspley, when he was caught on November 8 this year. He had 87 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, when the legal limit is 35. Berridge pleaded guilty to drink-driving at Nottingham Magistrates' Court. He received the community order, with a requirement to do 40 hours of community work in the next 12 months and be supervised by the Probation Service. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months. He must also pay court costs of £85. No separate penalty was imposed for a second offence of driving the Mondeo without insurance on November 8. He also pleaded guilty to this charge.