James ONeil, 45, of Westland Crescent, North Kelsey, has been bailed after he pleaded not guilty to failing to comply with a community order, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court has heard.
Mr ONeil is accused of withdrawing consent to be monitored on April 22 at 9.25pm.
He is due back in the dock on July 30.
The case was adjourned.
Mark Little, 42, of Cabourne, near Caistor, is to stand trial at Lincoln Crown Court later this year.
Mr Little has been charged with dangerous driving in Horsemarket, Caistor, and failing to stop the van he was driving after an accident which allegedly damaged a brick step in Horsemarket, Caistor.
He is also accused of a public order offence.
All three offences allegedly happened on April 12 this year.
Mr Little has been given conditional bail until October 29.
He is due to appear at Lincoln Crown Court on this date.
The case has been adjourned.
Donna Taylor, 34, of Partridge Drive, Rothwell, has been given a 12-month conditional discharge after she pleaded guilty to stealing £1,894.38 of groceries and clothes from Asda supermarket in North Hykeham, Lincoln on May 9 this year.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard how Taylor has been ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge.
Darren Beamond, 27, of Minden Place, Hemswell Cliff, has been banned from driving for 20 months and fined £110 after he pleaded guilty to driving a Volkswagen Golf in Hemswell Cliff on May 25 when he was more than two times over the legal drink-drive limit.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard how Beamond has been ordered to pay £85 court costs as well as a £20 victim surcharge.
Jean Thompson, 41, of Rawlinson Avenue, Caistor, has been fined £250 after she admitted failing to comply with a community order, a court has heard.
Thompson failed to attend unpaid work without an acceptable explanation and also failed to maintain contact with her offender manager.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard how Thompson had not willfully breached the order.
The court was told she had difficulty contacting probation.
Thompson has been ordered to pay £75 court costs.
Nicholas Wiles, 50, of Allsaints Court, Wragby, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to drink driving.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard how Wiles drove a BMW on the A46, Norton Disney on June 1 when he was more than two times over the legal drink-drive limit.
Wiles has been banned from driving for 17 months and fined £110.
He has been ordered to pay £40 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
Graham Butterworth, 41, of King Street, Market Rasen, has had a warrant issued for his arrest without bail after he failed to turn up for a hearing at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.
Butterworth has pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to five window panes and having an offensive weapon, a lump hammer, in a public place without lawful authority or reasonable excuse.
He also admits a public order offence.
All the offences happened in Middle Rasen on May 15 this year.
Robert Parker, 22, of Windsmoor Road, Brookenby, has been banned from driving for 20 months and fined £300 after he pleaded guilty to a drink driving offence.
Lincoln Magistrates’ Court heard how Parker drove a Vauxhall Corsa in Kirmond Road, Binbrook, when he was more than two times over the legal drink-drive limit.
The offence happened on June 1.
Parker was ordered to pay £85 court costs and a £30 victim surcharge.
Kyle Husak, 25, of Lapwing Close, Market Rasen, has had a warrant issued for his arrest without bail after he failed to turn up for a hearing at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court.
Husak is due to be sentenced for carrying out a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge and stealing four cans of beer, to the value of £3.94, from Tesco in Lincoln on May 1.
He is also accused of failing to comply with a community order.
Darren Whitelock and Stephen Bourton
Darren Whitelock, 34, of Priory Lane, Scunthorpe, and Stephen Bourton, 46, of Laurel Way, Scunthorpe, have been sentenced at Grimsby Crown Court.
The pair had been accused of a £50,000 blackmail in Brigg on October 9 last year.
This charge, which they had both pleaded not guilty to, has now been discontinued.
Instead, they have both been sentenced for affray.
They were given six-month prison sentences, suspended for two years, and each ordered to pay £1,200 court costs and £750 compensation.
Both Whitelock and Bourton must do 200 hours of unpaid work.
Richard Staff, 22, of Skipworth Ridge, South Kelsey, has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to two motoring offences.
Grimsby Magistrates’ Court heard how Staff drove a Ford Puma car in Littlefield Lane, Grimsby, on June 14 when he was over the legal drink-drive limit.
He also admitted driving without a valid licence in Littlefield Lane, Grimsby, on the same day.
Staff has been banned from driving for 12 months and fined £200.
He has been ordered to pay £85 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.