Round up from the Magistrates Courts
Kofi Addai, 27, of Horncastle Road, Market Rasen, has been sentenced for two motoring offences, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on December 7.
The court was told how Addai drove a Vauxhall Corsa vehicle on the A158 Station Road at Langworth when he did not have any insurance or a valid driving licence.
It happened on December 11, 2014.
Both charges were proved in Addai’s absence.
The court was told he had not entered a plea.
Addai has been sentenced to a 12-month driving ban a has been fined £660.
He has been ordered to pay £85 costs and a £66 victim surcharge.
John Bailey, 36, of Hunter Road, Brookenby, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to a string of motoring offences, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court heard on December 9.
The court was told how Bailey admitted driving a Citroen Xsara Picasso when he was more than one-and-a-half times over the legal limit.
A test showed Bailey had 66 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the court heard.
He also admitted driving without a valid licence and driving without insurance.
All three offences happened in Ings Lane, Waltham on November 27, the court was told.
Bailey has been banned from driving for 20 months and fined £250.
He has been ordered to pay a £150 criminal courts charge, £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £25 victim surcharge.
A teenager from Brigg, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to two motoring offences, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court heard on December 10.
The court was told how the teenager was fined £30 for driving a Lexmoto vehicle with out a valid driving licence.
He was fined £80 for driving a Lexmoto vehicle without insurance.
For this offence he was also ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and he had his driving record endorsed with six points.
Both offences happened in Fairmont Crescent, Scunthorpe on September 13.
Paul Thompson, 34, of Francis Lane, Horncastle, has pleaded guilty to drink driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on December 10.
The court was told how Thompson admitted driving a Subaru vehicle when he was more than two times over the legal limit.
A test showed Thompson had 197 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood.
He also admitted causing serious injury to another person by driving dangerously.
Both offences happened on the A158 Horncastle Road in Wragby on May 4, the court heard.
The case has been committed to Lincoln Crown Court where Thompson is due to be sentenced on January 7.
He has been given unconditional bail and an interim disqualification from driving until this date.
The case has been adjourned.
Ian King, 66, of Dale View, Caistor, has had a charge against him dismissed, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on December 11.
The court was told how Mr King had been charged with assaulting a woman by beating her in Market Rasen on August 7.
This charge has now been dismissed because no evidence was offered, the court heard.
Mr King had entered a not guilty plea.
Brian Hewitt, 32, of Riby Road, Caistor, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to two motoring offences and was found guilty of another, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard on December 14.
The court was told how magistrates found Hewitt guilty of driving without due care and attention in Limber on December December 26, 2014.
Hewitt had denied the charge.
He was fined £50 for this offence.
The court heard how Hewitt admitted failing to stop his vehicle after an accident which caused damage to a horse.
This also happened in Limber on December 26, 2014.
For this offence, Hewitt was fined £125, had his driving record endorsed with eight penalty points and was ordered to pay £650 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £20 victim surcharge.
Hewitt also admitted failing to report the accident at a police station or to a constable within 24 hours.
He was fined £125 for this offence.
David Wallis, 26, of King Street, Market Rasen has had a warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to turn up for a hearing at Grimsby Magistrates’ Court on December 16.
Mr Wallis is accused of stealing an Xbox and games, to the value of £100, from a man in Grimsby on December 6 and having a lock knife in Cleethorpes, withhout good reason, on December 7.
He has not yet entered a plea for either of the charges.
The case has been adjourned.