Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings for Newark: Serial shoplifter stole £900 worth of goods including Minecraft toys, chicken fillets and cosmetics
This week's Nottingham Magistrates' Court listings have been released.
Cases in the Newark area include a serial shoplifter who stole £900 worth of goods.
All cases below.
A SERIAL shoplifter with a lengthy record received a suspended prison sentence of 12 weeks at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, with a a requirement for treatment for drug dependency.
Selina Pegg, 39, of Grange Road, Newark, admitted five new thefts and was re-sentenced on four others for which she had previously been subject to a community order.
The offences were the theft of two Minecraft toys, duck and chicken fillets and chicken grillets from B&M Bargains and the other four were of cosmetics, beauty products and shaving stuffs from Boots, totalling £900, of which she must pay the full value in compensation from the benefits she receives.
Pegg received a sentence of 12 weeks, suspended for 12 months.
A MAN caught on the street where he lives with a knife received a suspended prison sentence at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.
Dominic Howitt, 24, of Bridge Court, Balderton, pleaded guilty and received six months, suspended for a year.
Howitt must also pay £213 costs.
A THIEF was conditionally discharged for three years following a spree of offending.
Catalin Iacob, 25, of Lawrence Place, Newark, admitted taking whiskey, meat, and a coat and weighing scales from the town’s supermarkets and department stores,
The five thefts led to total compensation awards of £277.95.
Iacob also admitted assaulting a police officer and criminal damage to the bonnet of car; offences that were committed in Ravensthorpe, West Yorkshire, for which the conditional discharge also applies.
Iacob must pay the officer £25 in compensation.
THE theft of male grooming products led to a 12-month community order.
46-year-old Darren Andrews, of Grange Road, Newark, admitted the theft from Boots on Northgate Retail Park, and was told to pay £200 compensation.
Andrews, who pleaded guilty, must get support for a drug problem as part of the order.
He must also pay £180 in costs.
A MAN who sent an electronic communication that was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character was fined £80 and told to pay compensation of £50 to the recipient.
Anthony Mawston, 42, of Allandale, Bilsthorpe, admitted sending the message.
Mawson must also pay £119 costs and magistrates made an order to deprive him of a BB gun.
A MAN who threatened violence was conditionally discharged for a year by magistrates.
Kevin Daniels, 41, of Whinney Lane, Ollerton, had denied using threatening behaviour towards a man, but was found guilty following a trial at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.
Daniels was told to pay costs of £106.