The latest cases heard by Chesterfield and Derby magistrates

Below are the latest cases heard by Chesterfield and Derby magistrates.

Wednesday, 18th August 2021, 11:16 am
Chesterfield Magistrates Court

Andrew Bembridge, 46, of Newbold Back Lane, Chesterfield: Guilty of possession of morphine, cannabis, MDMA and Diazepam. Case sent to Derby Crown Court for sentence.

Jack Quinn, 19, of Brome Head Way, Newbold, Chesterfield: Guilty of stealing various items worth £67.50 - including a meal deal - from the Co-op, groceries of an unknown value from One Stop, three sets of headphones worth £110, electrical items worth £60, two packs of razors worth £46 and an electric toothbrush worth £130 from Tesco, various items of an unknown value from Aldi and a pedal cycle of an unknown value. Also guilty of committing a further offence while serving a suspended sentence. Jailed for 24 weeks due to flagrant disregard for court orders. Made to pay compensation of £650.

Jamie Petrillo, 35, of Bower Farm Road, Old Whittington: Guilty of failing to identify the driver of a vehicle alleged to have been guilty of an offence. Banned from driving for six months, fined £660, made to pay £110 court costs and £66 victim surcharge.

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Stefan Knighton, 46, of Southgate Way, Barrow Hill: Guilty of entering Tesco while prohibited by a restraining order, guilty of failing to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence. Jailed for 30 weeks as offence was committed while serving a suspended sentence.

Simon Eyre, 44, of Brearley Court, Old Whittington: Guilty of assault by beating and failing to surrender to custody at Chesterfield Magistrates Court. Jailed for 16 weeks suspended for 18 months, made to undertake 90-day alcohol abstinence requirement and pay £200 compensation.

Adam Smith, 27, of Midland Court, Hasland, Chesterfield: Drove at a speed exceeding 30 miles per hour – namely 36 miles per hour. Driving record endorsed with three points, fined £60, made to pay £85 court costs and £34 victim surcharge.

Chesney Place, 30, of Mansfield Road, Alfreton: Guilty of assault by beating, damaging a mobile phone worth £900, sending “numerous” messages while prohibited by a restraining order and attending an address while prohibited by a restraining order. Jailed for 21 weeks as offence aggra vated by previous convictions and significant breach of the restraining order. Made to pay £240 compensation.

Rickey Whitehead, 31, of Nottingham Road, Alfreton: Guilty of breaching a criminal behaviour order and committing a further offence while serving a suspended sentence. Jailed for 32 weeks due to flagrant disregard for court orders and because offence was aggravated by previous offending. Made to pay £128 victim surcharge.

Ian Davidson, 63, of Lower Maples, Shipley, Heanor: Guilty of driving at a speed exceeding 30 miles per hour on three occasions – namely 38 miles per hour, 36 miles per hour and 37 miles per hour. Driving record endorsed with three penalty points. Fined £326, made to pay £110 court costs and £98 victim surcharge.

Clive Osborne, 52, of Field Terrace, Ripley: Guilty of two counts of intentionally exposing his genitals intending that someone would see them and be caused alarm or distress, guilty of damaging property worth £40 belonging to Derbyshire Police and committing a further offence while serving a suspended sentence. Jailed for 26 weeks due to record for similar offences, verbal threats to one victim and disregard for court orders.

Richard Worthington, 18, of Springfield Avenue, Shirebrook: Guilty of threatening behaviour and possession of a lock knife in a public place. Given community order with 15 rehabilitation activity days and 100 hours unpaid work. Made to pay £95 victim surcharge and £85 court costs.

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