Here’s our latest register of cases heard at Boston and Skegness Magistrates’ Courts...
Tomas Baltutis, 36, c/o Willoughby Road, Boston. At Boston, stole food items to the value of £16.75 belonging to Heron Frozen Foods. Discharged conditionally for six months, £15 victim surcharge, £150 criminal courts charge.
Andrew Edward Kirk, 30, of Church Road, Boston. At Church Street, Boston, stole four items of jewellery to the value of £153 belonging to another. £55 fine, £138 compensation, £20 victim surcharge £150 criminal courts charge.
Zara Emily Cook, 30, of Union Street, Boston. At Boston, stole a jar of protein powder to the value of £15.99 belonging to Holland and Barratt store. Discharged conditionally or 12 months, £15 victim surcharge, £45 costs, £150 criminal courts charge.
Brandon Harris, 18, of no fixed abode. At Boston, stole two bottles of drink to the total value of £2 belonging to Esso Garage; had possession of 2.71g of Methylmethcathinone. Discharged conditionally for six months, £150 criminal courts charge, £15 victim surcharge, £45 costs, Methylmethcathinone to be forfeited and destroyed.
Aleksejs Misanins, 24, of Bourne Road, Spalding. At Boston, stole food to the approximate value of £60 belonging to Co-op Store. Committed to prison for six weeks suspended for 18 months to include 18 months supervision, up to 30 days of rehabilitation, and 50 hours’ unpaid work, £80 victim surcharge, £85 costs, £150 criminal courts charge.
Marco Antonio De Jesus Oliveira, 22, of St Anns Wharf, Boston. At Boston, had possession of 0.11g of Methylmethcathinone; at Boston. £135 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, £180 criminal courts charge, methylmethcathinone to be forfeited and destroyed.
Christopher Kevin Wilson, 28, of Paynels, Orton Goldhay. At Boston, drove on the A16 without due care and attention; drove without a licence; drove without insurance.. £75 fine, £110 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, £150 criminal courts charge, licence endorsed with eight points.
Daniel Bowhen, 26, of Asperton Road, Wigtoft. At Wigtoft, being the driver of a vehicle, owing to the presence of which on Fishmere End Road, an accident occurred whereby personal injury was caused to another, and not having given his name and address to a person having reasonable grounds for requiring to do so, failed to report the accident at a police station or to a constable as soon as was reasonably practicable, and in any case within 24 hours of the accident. £200 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs, licence endorsed with five points.
Peter Dunnington, 52, of Sea Lane, Butterwick. Between May 1, 2015, and August 9, 2015, pursued a course of conduct which amounted to the stalking of another and which he knew or ought to have known amounted to the harassment of them in that he text them on numerous occasions and followed them in their vehicle from their place of work. Community order made, to include 40 days of rehabilitation activity, a restraining order has been made, £475 fine, £48 victim surcharge, £85 costs, £150 criminal courts charge.
Craig Daniel Lee, 32, of The Chase, Fishtoft. At Fishtoft, committed assault by beating. Community order made, to include 150 hours’ unpaid work, restraining order made, £100 compensation, £620 costs, £150 criminal courts charge.
Eduards Kakasonciks, 37, of Orchard Street, Boston. Two charges of, at Boston, assaulting another by beating them. £150 fine, £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs,£150 fine.
Steven Trevor Nelson, 27, of Strand Close, Mablethorpe. At Pilgrim Hospital, used threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress thereby; at Pilgrim Hospital, assaulted a constable in the execution of his duty. Discharged conditionally for six months, £150 criminal courts charge, £50 compensation, £15 victim surcharge, £85 costs.
Failure to comply
Callam Baggaley, 26, of Tattershall Road, Boston. Failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order; failed without reasonable excuse to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following release fro a period of imprisonment. Order to continue, to include prohibited activity for eight months, and rehabilitation activity, no action taken on second charge.