Newark: 19-year-old man jailed at Nottingham Magistrates' Court after stealing caravan from Tolney Lane and failing to stop for police
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
Cases in the Newark area include a boy who stole a caravan from Tolney Lane, Newark.
All court cases below.
A 47-YEAR-OLD who had an imitation firearm in public was fined by Nottingham magistrates.
Robert Ord pleaded guilty to the possession of a self-loading pistol in public on London Road, Newark.
Ord was fined £120 and told to pay costs of £119.
A MAN who injured a chihuahua was sentenced to a 12-month community order with 40 hours of unpaid work.
Mark Massetti, 41, of Eakring Road, Bilsthorpe, was found guilty of criminal damage at a trial at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.
He was ordered to pay £1,250 compensation.
Ferrero Rocher thief Christopher Binns was fined £40 and told to pay £68 compensation to the Co-op.
Binns, 37, of London Road, Newark, admitted stealing six boxes of Ferrero Rocher and two boxes of Godiva chocolates.
He must also pay £85 costs.
A WOMAN caught in possession of a knife on the A46 trunk road at Saxondale received a suspended prison sentence.
Gemma Allen, 30, of Wharf Gardens, Bingham, received eight weeks, suspended for a year.
She will be subject to a supervision order over that time period and must have treatment for an alcohol dependency.
Allen must also pay £213 costs.
A 19-YEAR-OLD uninsured banned driver who had stolen a caravan was jailed at court.
Soloman Price, of Church Lane, Chesterfield, had stolen the Compass Rallye 634 caravan, worth £10,500, in Newark on April 4.
He admitted theft and driving on Tolney Lane, Newark, while disqualified and without insurance.
Price also admitted failing to stop for police on Tolney Lane.
He was sentenced to a total of 16 weeks behind bars in a young offenders’ institution and must pay £128 costs. He will have six penalty points added to his driver’s licence when he gets it back.
A charge of dangerous driving was dismissed.
A MAN who assaulted a man and criminally-damaged his car was sentenced to six weeks in prison, suspended for a year by magistrates.
Gino Masciopinto, 24, of Forest Road, Ollerton, was found guilty of both offences and told to pay £250 compensation and £742 costs.
SHOPLIFTER Karen Meanwell, 51, was conditionally discharged for 12 months after she admitted stealing groceries worth £25 from Heron Foods.
Meanwell, of Byron Close, Newark, must pay the value of the groceries in compensation and £107 costs.
A MAN who inflicted an assault on a woman was fined £262, told to pay £50 compensation and had costs of £117 awarded against him.
Patrick Doherty, 39, of Manor Lane, Shelford, had denied assault but then entered a guilty plea.