Zamuael Mallinson, 24, of St Mary’s Lane, Binbrook, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court charged with keeping or training a Staffordshire Bull Terrier for use in connection with animal fighting.
He is also charged with two charges relating to animal welfare and one of kicking a wild rabbit.
The case has been adjourned until January 5 for a two day trial to be heard.
Mr Mallinson has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Stephen Edward Spurr
Stephen Edward Spurr, 32, of Barkwith Road, South Willingham, was fined £400 by Lincoln Magistrates’ Court after pleading guilty to failing to stop following a collision with another vehicle in Horncastle.
He was ordered to pay £85 costs, a £40 victim surcharge and his licence was endorsed with five points.
John James Robson
John James Robson, 48, of Grammar School Road, Brigg, has been sent for trial at Grimsby Crown Court on December 15 charged with a sexual offence against a 13-year-old boy.
Karl Kirk, 52, of Caistor Lane, Tealby, has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a woman in Scunthorpe in June 2005.
Magistrates have sent the case for trial at Grimsby Crown Court on December 15.
Daniel James Minshall
Daniel James Minshall, 22, of Scawby Road, Scawby Brook, Brigg, has been fined £350 after he was found to be drink driving.
He was disqualified from driving for 17 months and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £35 victim surcharge. The defendants guilty plea was taken into account during sentencing.
Stephen Richard King
Stephen Richard King, 71, of Churchill Avenue, Market Rasen, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court last month charged with having a vehicle on the road without insurance in place.
The case was adjourned until January 21.
Richard Barnes of Grange Farm Cottage, East Firsby, appeared before Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on November 26.
The 35-year-old admitted driving a Honda CRV on Blackthorn Hollow on April 30 without due care and attention.
He was fined £100 with £40 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
A 15 year-old girl from Market Rasen, appeared before Lincolnshire Youth Court on November 17.
At the hearing, she admitted to recklessly damaging a window worth £174 belonging to Axiom Housing on September 9.
She also pleaded guilty to recklessly damaging a Citreon car belonging to Harry Meanwell on July 27 in the Festival Hall Car Park, Market Rasen.
The girl was referred to the Lincolnshire youth offender panel for 12 months. Her mother/guardian was ordered to appear with her.
For the damaged window, no order was made for compensation due to the girl’s lack of means. The same was determined for court costs and the victim surcharge.
But the parent/guardian was ordered to pay £1,500 compensation for the damage to the car.
Molly Edge of Lindum Court, Fountain Street, Caistor, appeared before Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on November 17.
At the hearing, she admitted being drunk and disorderly at Trunch Lane, Chapel St Leonards, on September 30.
The 49-year-old also pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive behaviour in Lincoln on November 14.
For being drunk and disorderly, Edge was fined £50.
For the threatening behaviour, she was fined £50 with a £20 victim surcharge.
Danielle Curzon of Linwood Road, Market Rasen, appeared before Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on December 2 accused of hacking into a computer.
The 31-year-old is alleged to have hacked into the computer in Market Rasen on May 26.
She elected to be tried by jury, and was sent to reappear for trial at Lincoln Crown Court on December 16.
Leslie Simpson of Mill Lane, Brigg, appeared before North Lincolnshire Magistrates Court in Scunthorpe on December 3, charged with offences related to not paying her Council Tax.
There was a complaint for committal to prison for non-payment of council tax and costs of £622.43 in respect of the period 01/04/05 to 31/03/06.
There was also a complaint for committal to prison for non-payment of council tax and costs of £970.48 in respect of the period 01/04/06 to 31/03/07.
There was a further complaint for committal to prison for non-payment of council tax and costs of £1,019.36 in respect of the period 01/04/07 to 31/03/08.
The court ordered Simpson to pay £517.43 or in default to serve 28 days further suspended. £10 a week was to be paid every day for the first offence.
For the second offence, she had to pay £970.48 or in default to serve 28 days further suspended. Again, £10 a week was to be paid.
For the third offence, she had to pay £1,019.36 or in default to serve 28 days further suspended. Payment terms were also £10 a week.
The case was then adjourned until March 4 2015 to review the case.
Tom Collins, 47, of Market Stainton, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday December 3 charged with failing to give details to the police leading to the identification of a driver who was alleged to be guilty of a traffic offence.
The case has been adjourned until January 28, 2015, at the request of the defence to allow for legal advice to be taken and a plea made.