News from the courts
KANE Parodi, 21, of Denton Drive, West Bridgford, pleaded guilty to assaulting a man by beating him on December 8 last year. Magistrates in Nottingham granted him unconditional bail to appear at court on March 7.
MALCOLM Stevens, 65, of Rainbow Road, Calverton, admitted drink-driving in Calverton last December. He was behind the wheel of a blue Peugeot 307 in Calverton when he had 89 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. City magistrates unconditionally bailed him until February 21.
ANGELA Thorington, 45, of Cranmer Walk, St Ann's, was more than twice the drink-drive limit as she drove a Vauxhall Corsa in Loughborough Road, in Ruddington, on December 29, Nottingham Magistrates' Court heard. She had 106 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, when the legal limit is 35. After pleading guilty to drink-driving, she was given a community order, will be supervised by the probation service and is banned from driving for two years. She must pay a £60 victim surcharge.
DANIELLE Clarke, 27, of Chandos Street, Netherfield, is accused of using threatening behaviour in St Ann's on December 19 last year. After pleading not guilty, she was conditionally bailed until April 30.
ALEXANDER Diboo-Pajaczkowski, 35, of Carnarvon Grove, Gedling, is accused of sexual touching in Gedling last October. He is on conditional bail until to appear at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on April 12.
ANTHONY Easy, 18, of Linsdale Close, Bilborough, is accused of possessing cannabis and using threatening behaviour in Nottingham on January 1. His case will be heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 28. He is on unconditional bail.
KIERAN Thorpe, 19, of Eltham Close, Broxtowe, admitted using threatening behaviour in Nottingham on New Year's Day. He was granted unconditional bail to attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court to be sentenced on February 28.
ROBERT Waklin , 31, of Worrall Avenue, Arnold, is charged with a series of road traffic offences, including dangerous driving. It is alleged he drove a Peugeot 307 in Woodborough Lane, Arnold, dangerously, with no insurance or licence, on August 5. His case will be listed at Nottingham Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on February 21. He is on unconditional bail.
RICHARD Wragg, 34, of Blackburn Way, Bestwood, was fined £350 after admitting drink-driving in a Mini car. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he was over the limit in Pavior Road, Bestwood, on December 14. He had 91 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, when the legal limit is 80. Together with the fine, he has to pay a victim surcharge of £35 and costs of £85. He was banned from driving for 12 months.
MATTHEW Harverye, 22, of Sneinton Dale, Sneinton, is facing two allegations of using threatening behaviour in St Ann's on January 15. After pleading not guilty at Nottingham Magistrates' Court, he was conditionally bail until April 30.
KELLY Dennis, 23, of Logan Street, Bulwell, allegedly stole goods worth £229.25 from Tesco, Top Valley, last December. She must attend Nottingham Magistrates' Court on February 21.
REBER Hamakin, 28, of Calverton Gardens, St Ann's, received a community order at Nottingham Magistrates' Court after being found guilty of driving while disqualified, having no insurance and failing to stop after an accident. The court heard that he was in a Renault Megane in Gregory Boulevard, Hyson Green, on October 1 last year. He has to complete 240 hours of unpaid work, pay compensation of £300 and will be banned from driving for 18 months.
CARL Beard, 29, of Magdala Road, Mapperley, denied assault and criminal damage in St Ann's on December 8 last year. Magistrates in Nottingham granted him conditional bail until his trial on March 5.
JOHN Smith, 56, of Wilford Crescent East, The Meadows, denied harassment. It is alleged that he visited a woman's home uninvited and attempted to make contact with her and text her from January 4 to January 15 this year. He was remanded in custody until February 22.
MATTHEW Gillard, 26, of Meadows Cottages, Netherfield, denied having a lock knife in Carlton on December 2. He was unconditionally bailed until March 7.
MATTHEW McDonald, 26, of Church Street, Edwinstowe, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention. Magistrates in Nottingham heard he was in Mill Lane, Edwinstowe, in a Ford Transit van on August 12. He was allowed to keep his licence as he has a new business, the court heard. He was fined £200, must pay a £15 victim surcharge and costs of £36. Six penalty points will be added to his licence.