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Jessie Michelle Clark
Jessie Michelle Clark, 56, of Market Rasen Road, Holton le Moor, has been charged with driving a Peugoet Partner van in Queen Street, Market Rasen, with a breath-alcohol reading of 60 microgrammes of alcohol per 100ml of breath, exceeding the prescribed limit.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on August 11 adjourned the case until November 5 to consider if there are special reasons not to order a disqualification or endorsement and the defendant is ordered to attend. A witness summons for Sarah Tapper was also issued for her to give evidence at the hearing.
Stuart Wilson, 44, of John Street, Market Rasen, has been committed to prison for 12 weeks after he admitted assaulting a woman by beating her.
The court register reported the offence was so serious because of the sustained and repeated assault on the victim, his previous convictions, and it was domestic violence.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on August 11 also imposed a restraining order forbidding Wilson or enlisting another person from contacting the woman by any communication device or pestering, harassing, threatening, molesting or otherwise interfering with the woman, including going within 100 metres of any address at which he knows or believes the woman to be living. The order lasts until August 7 2016.
For the assault by beating, he was fined £700, with £85 court costs and a £70 victim surcharge was also imposed.
Simon Pearson, who also has the alias of Simon Bushby, of Queen Street, Market Rasen, has had a five-month community imposed upon him, during which he must be electronically tagged and obey a five month curfew.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court imposed the order on August 12 after the 21-year-old admitted assaulting a woman by beating her in Ulceby, Lincolnshire, on July 17.
Pearson has to remain at home during 7pm and 7am every night until January 11, 2015, with the electronic monitoring to ensure compliance with the curfew requirements. He also must pay £100 compensation.
He also admitted damaging a car window belonging to the woman and possessing cannabis, a Class B Drug. The cannabis was forfeited.
He was also ordered to pay £445 compensation, a £265 fine, a £113 victim surcharge and £45 court costs.
Mark Julian Little
Mark Julian Little, 44, of the Paddocks, Cabourne, has denied three separate charges of receiving stolen goods.
Little is charged with receiving a stolen wallet and contents belonging to Helen Stowe at Cabourne during September 12 2012 to May 3 2013, receiving a stolen caravan belonging to John Kennedy during October 8 2012 to May 3 2013 and receiving stolen war gaming models and figures belong to Andrew Lyon at Cabourne.
On August 11, he elected for summary trial.
Lincoln Magistrates’ granted Little unconditional bail until October 10 2014.
James Daniel Appleyard
James Daniel Appleyard, 29, of The Furlongs, Market Rasen, has been committed for trial at Lincoln Crown Court on August 26, charged with unlawfully and maliciously causing grievous bodily harm to a man in Market Rasen on January 19. Appleyard is jointly charged with Derrick Skinner.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court granted bail on August 11 subject to him not contacting his victim either directly or via a third party.
Derrick Wayne Skinner
Derrick Wayne Skinner, 48, of Friesthorpe Lane, Market Rasen, has been committed for trial at Lincoln Crown Court on August 26, charged with unlawfully and maliciously causing grevious bodily harm to a man in Market Rasen on January 19. Slinner is jointly charged with James Appleyard.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on August 11 granted bail subject to him not contacting Ray Davison, Nikki Roper and Jemma Cummins, either directly or indirectly, including by electronic means.