COURT RESULTS: The latest Boston cases

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Here’s a rundown of the latest cases before Boston Magistrates’ Court:

Obstruction

Byron Gordon, 32, of Samuel Johnson Close, Streatham. At Boston, obstructed Pc Gennery, a constable in the execution of his duty, drove wihout a licence, speeding on Spilsby Road, possession of cannibis, wilfully obstructed Pc Hall, a constable in the execution of his duty. £100 fine, £54 victim surcharge, £85 costs, £70 fine, £200 fine, disqualified from driving for 56 days, £100 fine, forfeiture and destruction of drugs.

Motoring

Adam Bull, 33, of Eastwood Road, Boston. Speeding at New York School, Wildmore. £200 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Jordan Charles Carter, 30, of East Drive, Tattershall. Speeding at New York School, Wildmore. £265 fine, £26 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Colin Richard Cartledge, 54, of Market Place, Caistor. Speeding at New York School, Wildmore. £330 fine, £33 victim surcharge, £85 costs. Licence endorsed with six points.

Jamie Rolland, 22, Rannoch Grove, Edinburgh. Speeding at New York School, Wildmore. £323 fine, £32 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Shamal Asaad, 27, of Church Street, Spalding. Drove on Spalding Road, Boston, without insurance. £250 fine, £25 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Donald Mackinnon-Ross, 59, of Florin Drive, Boston. Speeding at New York School, Wildmore. £270 fine, £27 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Shaun Edward Markham, 43, of Taverner Road, Boston. Drove on Taverner Road, Boston, without insurance and without MOT. £600 fine, £15 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with six points.

Absconding

Michael Evans, 32, of North Sea Camp, Croppers Lane, Freiston. At North Sea Camp, having been temporarily released from the prison, without reasonable excuse remained unlawfully at large after the expiry of the period for which you had been released. Committed to prison for eight weeks concurrent.

Theft

Martin Greenfield, 44, of Friars Gate, Boston. At Boston, stole three packs of razors to the value of £40.50 belonging to Tesco, stole £40.99 belonging to Maplins, broke bail conditions by entering B&M Bargains. Committed to prison for five months suspended for 24 months. Stole Teachers Whisky, to the value of £12.99, from B&M Home Stores, Boston. Committed to prison for five months concurrent suspended for 24 months. At Boston, dishonestly undertook or assisted in the retention of meat products to the value of £36.61 belonging to Lincolnshire Co-operative. Committed to prison for five months concurrent suspended for 24 months.

Rimantas Makarevicious, 24, of no fixed abode. At Boston, stole a hoover and perfume to the value of £178.96 belonging to Asda Store, possession of diamorphine. Committed to prison for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months, supervision requirements and requirement to participate in thinking skills programme, £80 victim surcharge, forfeiture and destruction of drugs.

Breach of order

Artur Mariusz Hek, 27, of Witham Riverside Mews, Boston. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order made by Boston Magistrates’ Court. Order to continue.

Conduct

Antonia Dannielle Hickman, 19, of Caleb Hill Road, Old Leake. At Old Leake, without reasonable excuse, engaged in conduct which caused or was likely to cause alarm or distress to any person, and entered Chapel Road, Old Leake, which she was prohibited from doing by an anti-social behaviour order. Committed to detention in a young offender institute for three months concurrent.At Old Leake Commonside, entered Chapel Road, which she was prohibited from doing so by an anti-social behaviour order, committed a futher offence during the operation period of a suspended sentence order for the offences of, sending text messages and Facebook messages which conveyed a threat for the purpose of causing distress or anxiety, using threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour in text messages and on Facebook, and shouted, swore and scremed in public at Old Leake. Committed to detention in a young offender institution for three months forthwith consecutive to suspended sentence, suspended sentence of detention of six months suspended for 12 months implemented as a sentence of three months concurrent.