A round up from local courts
Graham Butterworth, 42, of Chapel Street, Market Rasen, appeared before Lincoln Magistrates Court on May 21.
Charged with threatening and abusive behaviour in Lincoln on May 20, he changed an initial not guilty plea to guilty.
For this, he was fined £75 and ordered to pay a further £40 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
The court also heard this offence was committed during the operational period of a suspended sentence order made by West Lincolnshire Magistrates Court on July 2 last year for using threatening words and possessing an offensive weapon.
Butterworth admitted breaching the suspended sentence of 18 weeks imprisonment over the 12 month suspension period.
This suspension was extended to 13 months, as was a period of supervision.
Anthony Scott of Elm Tree Close, Market Rasen, has been banned from entering retail premises in the town, with the exception of Tesco and McColls.
The 38-year-old, who also has the alias of Gary Skye, gave not guilty pleas to two charges of theft when he appeared before Lincoln Magistrates Court on May 20.
He is accused of stealing a gammon joint worth £20 from the CO-OP in Market Rasen on December 19 2013 and stealing a packet of chicken fillets worth £4.25 from the Market Rasen CO-OP on March 8.
He was bailed and is due back in Lincoln Magistrates Court on August 28.
Jason Myhill, of Dixon Street, Lincoln, has been given a suspended prison sentence after indicating a plea of guilty to entering a property in Middle Rasen which he was prohibited from doing so by a restraining order.
Myhill, 22, has been given a six week sentence and was ordered to pay £85 costs.
The offence took place on May 12.
Gleyns Hollingsworth, of Kingthorpe, Market Rasen, will appear at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on July 9 facing two charges relating to dishonestly receiving pension credit.
Hollingsworth, 71, has indicated pleas of guilty to the two charges.
She is charged with giving false information and failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions of a change in circumstances which would affect her entitlement to pension credit.
Phillip Brown, of Kirk Hill, Kirkby-cum-Osgodby has been found guilty in absence of driving without a valid licence.
Brown, 28, was found guilty by magistrates’ at Boston of driving in Lissington on November 9, 2013, without a valid licence.
The case has been adjourned until June 9 to consider disqualification from driving.