Court listings for Newark: Fined for damaging neighbour's plant pots and jail for £600 Boots theft
A 65-YEAR-OLD woman who damaged plant pots belonging to a neighbour and threatened violence was fined £80.
Anne Wyatt, of Deans Close, Caunton, admitted threatening behaviour and criminal damage and was told to pay £50 in compensation for the damage.
In addition, Wyatt admitted assaulting a detention officer in custody at Mansfield Police Station after her arrest. She was also fined £80 for that.
She had costs of £119 awarded against her when sentenced at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, meaning a final bill of £329.
A SERIAL shoplifter was jailed for his latest run of thefts.
Catalin Jacob racked up nearly £600-worth of goods in four offences committed at Boots in Dewsbury.
The travelling criminal, 25, of Middlegate, Newark, was sentenced to a total of 30 weeks in jail after magistrates said the matters were aggravated by his record for previous offending.
A DRIVER who was just over the legal limit for alcohol was fined £200 and and banned for 14 months.
Rory Thompson, 35, of Western Avenue, Bingham, pleaded guilty to driving with 42mg of alcohol in 100ml of breath on Lambley Road, Lowdham. The legal limit is 35.
Thompson must also pay £119 costs.