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Masked burglar is jailed after police catch him raiding a chemist shop

A masked burglar who smashed his way into a chemist’s and was caught red-handed by police has been put behind bars.

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Court.

Drug-addict who stole whiskey from an Aldi store is locked-up

A drug-addict who stole four bottles of whiskey and breached a suspended sentence order and her post-sentence supervision requirements has been put back behind bars.

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Desperate serial thief with life-threatening booze problems has been jailed

A booze-plagued serial thief who struck six times has been sentenced to 12 weeks of custody.

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Drink-driving.

Boozy World Cup fan caught drink-driving as he dashed to McDonald’s

A World Cup football fan was caught drink-driving after he dashed into a retail park to get a McDonald’s meal and reversed into a sign.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Judge warns offender “excuses will not work” as she is threatened with jail

A judge warned an offender that more excuses will not spare her from jail if she continues to fail to comply with her suspended prison sentence.

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Pictured is Lynn Jones, of Ashgate Hospicecare, parish councillor Sue Bean, Chesterfield Mayoress Anne Brittain, JE James's Dean Poole, Chesterfield Mayor Stuart Brittain, fundraising team member Shirley Niblock and Chesterfield Citizens Advice Bureau chairman Linda Moore with a JE James bike donation for the Mayor's Charity.

Wheelie big-hearted staff use pedal power to boost two worthy causes

Big-hearted staff at a Chesterfield-based cycle shop have stepped into use pedal power to support two very worthy charities.

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Latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results

The latest Chesterfield magistrates’ court results as published in the July 19 edition of the Derbyshire Times are listed below.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Travellers are ordered to leave illegal camp site

Council officers were granted permission to move Travellers on after they had illegally set up camp on land near Staveley.

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Shoplifters claim they resorted to stealing because of Universal Credit delays

Two shoplifters claim they were struggling so badly due to delays with the roll-out of Universal Credit benefits that they had to resort to stealing.

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Police.

Banned driver must do 120 hours of unpaid work after he was caught behind the wheel

A banned driver who was caught behind the wheel of a car has been ordered to complete 120 hours of unpaid work.

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Disrespectful drug-dealer calls top judge “duck” before she puts him behind bars

A disrespectful drug-dealer called a top judge “duck” before she locked him up for selling the zombie drug Mamba to an undercover police officer.

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Drink-driving.

Boozy drink-driver is spared from prison after he collided into an elderly man

A drunken valet has been spared from prison after he took a customer’s car to buy more booze, mounted a pavement, knocked down a 69-year-old man and crashed into a sign.

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Court

A man who tracked down his ex has been fined for breaching a restraining order

A man has been fined after he breached a restraining order by contacting his former partner who had gone into hiding after he had been attacked.

Crime

Thug headbutted his partner so badly she was left covered in blood

A thug who kicked, punched, bit and head-butted his former partner so badly she was left covered in blood has narrowly been spared from time behind bars.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Concerned dad who contacted his ex-wife is jailed for breaching a restraining order

A worried father has been jailed after he breached a restraining order by visiting his ex-wife’s home because he was concerned about alleged threats to his family.

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Chief Superintendent Graham McLaughlin.

Top cop packs a punch as he brings a street-brawler to justice after England World Cup match

A top cop helped put a thug behind bars after the offender had been spotted brawling in the street and attacking a passer-by after an England World Cup football match.

Crime

Pervert OAP who molested two women is spared from jail because of his age

A pervert pensioner who molested a teenager and a woman in broad daylight in Chesterfield town centre has narrowly been spared from prison because of his age.

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Pictured is Derby Crown Court.

Headteacher is due in court accused of sex offences involving a teenage boy

The headteacher of a primary school charged with ten sex offences involving a teenage boy in Glossop has appeared before a crown court.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Teacher was three-times the drink-drive limit as he headed to work

A teacher who was caught at just over three-times the drink-drive limit on his way to work has been told he could have put his school children in danger.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Prosecco drink-driver in a Land Rover crashed into three parked cars

A drink-driver has been banned from the road after she crashed into three parked cars.

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