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Cain Barratt, 19, of South View Avenue, Brigg, has admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court was told on October 
28.

The court was told how Barratt failed to comply with an electronic monitoring requirement between August 17 and 21, failed to attend an appointment on October 6 and failed to provide evidence for this failure within a specified time.

Barratt has been ordered to pay £40 court costs and attend a drug rehabilitation requirement, the court was told.

Phillip Dillon

Phillip Dillon, 49, of Kings Road, Barnetby, has had a warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to turn up for a hearing at Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court on October 29.

The court was told how Mr Dillon had been due in the dock accused of stealing a flat screen television and digital turner box, to the value of £1,000 in Barnetby on August 8.

Mr Dillon has not yet entered a plea, the court was told.

The case has been adjourned.

Adam Collins

Adam Collins, 24, of West Street, Hibaldstow, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to drink driving, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court heard on October 
29.

The court was told how Collins admitted driving a Vauxhall Corsa in Allenby Street, Scunthorpe, when he was almost one-and-a-half times over the legal drink-drive limit.

A test showed Collins had 52 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the court heard.

The incident happened on October 6. the court was told.

Collins has been banned from driving for 16 months and fined £200.

He has been ordered to pay a £150 criminal courts charge, £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service as well as a £20 victim surcharge.

Adam Roper

Adam Roper, 30, currently of no fixed address – previously of Market Place, Brigg – has pleaded guilty to two assault charges, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court heard on October 29.

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 heard 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 given conditional bail until November 23.

He is due to be sentenced at Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court on this date.

Christopher Grant

Christopher Grant, 32, of Wilkinson Drive, Middle Rasen, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to a drugs offence, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on October 29.

The court was told how Grant admitted posession of 1.01 grammes of class A drug diamorphine.

The offence happened in Lincoln on September 28, the court heard.

Grant was fined £60 and ordered to pay a £180 criminal courts charge, £50 to the Crown Prosecution Service, as well as a £20 victim surcharge.

Kyle Husak

Kyle Husak, 27, of Lapwing Close, Market Rasen, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to two drug posession charges, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on October 29.

The court was told how Husak was fined £30 for having a quantity of class B drug cannabis in Lincoln on September 28.

And he was fined £40 for having 0.16 grammes of class B drug diamorphine in Lincoln on September 28, the court heard.

For this offence Husak was also ordered to pay a £180 criminal courts charge, £50 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £20 victim surcharge.

Ashley Chambers

Ashley Chambers, 26, of Grasby, has admitted, failing to comply with the requirements of a community order, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court heard on November 
4.

The court was told how Chambers failed to attend appointments, as instructed, on October 1 and 14, and failed to provide evidence for the failure within a specified time.

Chambers has been ordered to pay £40 court costs and must present himself to Compliance at Humberside Probation Service for five days.

Mark Skelton

Mark Skelton, 37, of King Street, Market Rasen, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on November 4.

The court was told how Skelton admitted contacting a woman he had been prohibited from doing as part of a restraining order issued by Lincoln Magistrates’ Court earlier this year, on March 
18.

The offence happened in Lincoln on July 21, the court was told.

Skelton has been fined £200.

He has been ordered to pay a £180 criminal courts charge, £150 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £20 victim surcharge.