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Nathan Gladwell, 25, of Plova Square, Caistor, has admitted failing to comply with the requirements of post-custodial supervision, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court was told on November 19.

Magistrates heard how Gladwell failed to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following release from a period of imprisonment by failing to attend appointments on September 10 and 16, October 19 and 26 and November 4, 11 and 18.

Gladwell failed to provide a reasonable explanation to cover his absence within seven days and failed to maintain contact with his offender manager, the court was told.

He has been fined £120.

Ashley Jones

Ashley Jones, 30, of Station Mews, Wragby, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to an offence under the Road Traffic Act, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court was told on November 19.

The court was told how Jones admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis as part of a police investigation into whether or not he had committed an offence.

The incident happened in Lincoln on October 16.

Jones has been banned from driving for 40 months and handed a 12-month community order.

He must carry out 40 hours of unpaid work and take part in a ‘drink impaired drivers’ programme’ for 14 days.

Jones has been ordered to pay a £150 criminal courts charge and a £60 victim surcharge.

Norman Johnson

Norman Johnson, 75, of Gallamore Lane, Middle Rasen, has appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court charged with a sexual assault on a female.

Mr Johnson appeared in the dock on November 19, charged with sexually assaulting a woman in a Lincolnshire village on July 15.

Mr Johnson has not entered a plea.

The case has been sent to Lincoln Crown Court where he is due to appear on December 17.

Mr Johnson has been given conditional bail until this date.

The case has been adjourned.

Warwick Ellis

Warwick Ellis, 59, of Appleby Gardens, Broughton, has been handed a suspended prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to a string of offences, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court was told on November 23.

Magistrates heard how Ellis admitted three criminal damages charges, one burglary charge and one theft charge.

The court was told how Ellis caused £15,000 of criminal damage to an oil tank and surrounding ground between April 19 and 26, £20 of criminal damage to two car tyres between May 23 and 24 and £105 of criminal damage to door locks on June 8.

He stole a £20 clothes drying rack on June 8, the court was told.

And the court was told how Ellis stole £200 of garden tools during a burglary on a shed on May 3.

All offences happened in Beelsby.

Ellis has been handed a 12-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.

He must take part in a rehabilitation activity requirement for up to 10 days and carry out 150 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months.

He has also been given a restraining order.

Ellis has been ordered to pay £2,000 of compensation, a £180 criminal courts charge, £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £80 victim surcharge.

David Marsh

David Marsh, 46, of St Albans Close, Hibaldstow, has pleaded not guilty to three charges under the Malicious Communications Act, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court heard on November 20.

The court was told how Mr Marsh is accused of sending emails, which allegedly conveyed a threat for the purpose of causing distress or anxiety, to NHS Choices, Rotherham and South Humber NHS Trust and Grimsby and Scunthorpe Newsdesk.

All three alleged incidents are said to have happened in Hibaldstow between September 9 and 10.

Mr Marsh has pleaded not guilty to all three counts.

He has been given condition bail until December 15 when his trial is due to take place.

The case has been adjourned.

Adam Roper

Adam Roper, 30, of Langrigg, Cumbria, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to a string of offences, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court was told on November 23.

The court was told how Roper admitted assaulting a woman by beating her in Brigg on September 26.

Also in Brigg on September 26, Roper carried out a racially aggravated assault on a man, the court was told.

The court was told how Roper also admitted carrying out a further offence while subject to a 12-month conditional discharge for a previous harassment offence.

Roper has been handed a two-year community order - he must carry out 180 hours of unpaid work and take part in a ‘building better relationships’ programme for 31 days.

He has also been given a restraining order.

Roper has been ordered to pay £200 compensation, a £150 criminal courts charge, £85 to the Crown Prosecution Serivce and a £60 victim surcharge, the court was told.