In Lincolnshire’s Courts

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Paul Meadows

Paul Meadows, 25, of Maple Close, Keelby, has been handed a four-month prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to two offences, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court has heard.

The court heard how Meadows assaulted a man by beating him in Cleethorpes on April 15.

He also admitted a public order offence - using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to provoke violence.

Dean Pawson

Dean Pawson, 30, of Yarborough Road, Keelby, has been given conditional bail after he pleaded guilty to an assault by beating charge.

Grimsby Magistrates’ Court heard how Pawson assaulted a woman by beating her in Grimsby on August 

He had originally pleaded not guilty to the charge but changed his plea at a later hearing.

Pawson is due to be sentenced on November 15.

The case has been adjourned.

Matthew Mansfield

Matthew Mansfield, 29, of St Bernard Close, Broughton, has pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her in Broughton on October 6, Scunthorpe Magistrates’ Court has heard.

Mansfield has been remanded on bail until November 18 when he is due to be sentenced.

The court heard how he had also been accused of causing criminal damage to the windscreen of a Vauxhall Astra car in Broughton on October 6.

This charge has now been withdrawn.

The case has been adjourned.

Mark Little

Mark Little, 42, of 
Cabourne, has pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving, Lincoln Crown Court has heard.

Mr Little is accused of dangerous driving in Horsemarket, Caistor, on April 12.

He had also been accused 
of a public order offence 
and failing to stop a van 
after an accident which allegedly damaged a brick step in Horsemarket.

Both of these charges have now been dropped.

Mr Little is due to stand trial at the crown court during the week beginning November 25.

The case has been adjourned.

Lisa Chilvers

Lisa Chilvers, 47, of Moor Road, Walesby, has had a charge against her dismissed, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court has heard.

The court heard how 
Ms Chilvers had been accused of failing to promptly notify West Lindsey District Council about a change in circumstances - an increase in household income - affecting her entitlement to housing benefit 
and council tax benefit between September 5, 
2011 and February 25, 

Ms Chilvers had pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Magistrates have now dismissed the charge because no evidence was offered.

Kyle Husak

Kyle Husak, 25, care of Lapwing Close, Market Rasen, 
has admitted breaching a suspended sentence order, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court has heard.

Anna-Marie Stone

Anna-Marie Stone, of Newton Close, Wragby, 
has been fined £200 after being found guilty of speeding on the A46 at Middle Rasen.

Stone was found guilty in absence by Lincoln magistrates and her 
licence has been 
endorsed with three penalty points.

She has been ordered to 
pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge for the offence which took place on April 23 this year.