Here are the latest cases to be heard at Chesterfield Magistrates Court

Below are the latest cases to be heard at Chesterfield Magistrates Court.

Tuesday, 6th April 2021, 10:47 pm
Chesterfield Magistrates Court

Dean Crabtree, 52, Field Court, New Whittington: Guilty of producing a quantity of cannabis. Jailed for eight weeks suspended for 12 months due to seriousness of offence and the amount of plants produced. Ordered to complete 60 hours unpaid work, pay a victim surcharge of £128 and £85 court costs.

Terry Hill, 22, Park Street, Hasland: Guilty of assault by beating. Fined £706, ordered to pay £200 compensation and £70 victim surcharge.

Ice Walker, 21, Paisley Close, Staveley: Guilty of assault by beating. Given three-month curfew with electronic tag between 7pm and 7am. Also made subject of a drug rehabilitation requirement and a rehabilitation activity requirement. Ordered to pay £200 compensation, £85 victim surcharge and fined £120.

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Jordan Piper, 22, North Street, Clay Cross: Guilty of having a knuckleduster in a public place and possession 0.13g of cocaine. Also guilty of committing a further offence while serving a suspended sentence. Adjourned for pre-sentence report.

Daniel Benjafield, 21, Hartington Road, Spital: Guilty of driving a car while above the legal alcohol limit, driving while unfit through drugs, driving without insurance, driving without a licence and driving a vehicle which had been taken without the owner’s consent. Banned until test passed and case adjourned for a pre-sentence report.

Anna Layton, 34, Main Street, Scarcliffe: Guilty of sending a post on Facebook which was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character. Adjourned for pre-sentence report.

Marcus Mitchell, 25, Kingsley Crescent, Stonebroom, Alfreton: Guilty of two counts of assault and driving without a licence and without insurance. Sentence adjourned.

Andrew Lomas, 44, Annesley Close, Chesterfield: Guilty of assault, criminal damage to a double-glazed window and a bin of a value unknown and committing a further offence while serving a suspended sentence. Jailed for 18 weeks, made to pay £85 compensation and given a six-month restraining order.

Paul Ayres, 45, James Street, Chesterfield: Guilty of stealing six boxes of razors and two snack items worth £159.98 belonging to Tesco Extra, committing a further offence while subject of a conditional discharge and possession of 49.23g of drug mamba. Jailed for six weeks suspended for nine months. Ordered to take part in Thinking Skills programme and rehabilitation activity requirement. Made to pay £85 court costs and £122 victim surcharge.

Martin Hitchcock, 53, School Lane, Matlock: Guilty of stalking and harassment through obsessive or unwanted contact causing serious alarm or distress. Adjourned for sentence.

Amy Covell, 39, Padley Wood Road, Pilsley: Guilty of stealing two four-packs of beer worth £15.24 belonging to Spar on two separate occasions. Adjourned for pre-sentence report.

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