Lincolnshire Court registers

Paul Clarke faces four charges relating to indecent images of children
Paul Clarke faces four charges relating to indecent images of children

News shorts from around our county’s courts

Louise Searle, 23, of King Street, Market Rasen, has had a warrant issued for her arrest after she failed to turn up for a hearing at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on September 18.

Searle had been due in the dock accused of failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend probation appointments on August 4, 6 and 20, failing to provide an acceptable explanation within seven days, and failing to maintain contact with her offender manager.

She has not yet entered a plea.

The case has been adjourned.

William Atkins

William Atkins, 64, of Honeyholes Lane, Dunholme, has stood trial at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court accused of three motoring offences.

On September 21, the court was told how Atkins was found not guilty of failing to stop a Vauxhall vehicle after an accident which allegedly damaged another vehicle in Tritton Road, Lincoln, on April 27.

He was also found not guilty failing to report an accident at a police station or to a constable as soon as was reasonably practicable.

But magistrates found Atkins guilty of driving without reasonable consideration for other road users in Tritton Road, Lincoln, on April 27.

Atkins had pleaded not guilty to all three charges put against him.

He was fined £140 and his driving licence was endorsed with four penalty points.

Atkins was ordered to pay £100 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £20 victim surcharge.

Darren Matthews

Darren Matthews, 40, of King Street, Market Rasen, has been sentenced for driving without due care and attention after a trial at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on September 21.

The court was told magistrates found Matthews guilty of driving a Ford Ka without due care and attention on the A46 at Dunholme on September 9, last year.

Matthews had denied the charge.

He has been banned from driving for six months and fined £140.

Matthews has been ordered to pay £50 costs to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £20 victim surcharge.

Gloria Reed

Gloria Reed, 33, of Bridge Street, Brigg, has pleaded guilty to two assault by beating charges, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court was told on September 25.

The court was told how Reed admitted assaulting two different women by beating them in Cleethorpes on August 8.

She has been given unconditional bail until October 19 when she is due to appear back before magistrates in Grimsby.

The case has been adjourned.

Jonathan Davies

Jonathan Davies, 36, of Cuxwold Road, Swallow - previously of Burnets Yard, Caistor - has been given an absolute discharge after he pleaded guilty to an assault by beating charge, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court was told on September 29.

The court was told how the incident happened in Windsor Road, Louth on August 6.

In court on the same day, Davies was found not guilty of making threats to kill Dr Christopher Chadwick in Grimsby on November 7 last year.

And two further charges were dismissed because no evidence was offered: failing to provide a sample in order for police to ascertain whether or not he had taken a class A’ drug on November 14, last year, and failing to surrender to custody at Grimsby Police Station Magistrates’ Court on November 15 last year.

Davies had not entered a plea for either of these charges.

Jonathan Gledhill, Ryan Dooley, and Leanne Carmen Clarke

Jonathan Gledhill, 34, of no fixed address, Ryan Dooley, 31, of Monkswood Hill, Leeds, and Leanne Carmen Clarke, 31, of Gamble Hill Croft, Leeds, have been charged with burglary at a property in Station Road, Moortown, on September 16.

Gledhill and Dooley appeared before Grimsby Crown Court on October 2.

They have not yet entered a plea.

Both have been remanded in custody.

Clarke is on bail and is due to appear at Grimsby Crown Court on October 14.

All three defendants will then appear before the crown court on October 28.

The case has been adjourned.