Derbyshire offenders – from Chesterfield and Dronfield to Alfreton, Matlock and Ilkeston – in court

Scott Clarke, 42, of Cobnar Drive, Newbold: Guilty of failing to comply with the requirements of a community order. Imprisoned for 12 weeks.

Teresa Bunting, 41, of Grangewood Road, Birdholme: Guilty of driving without a license and without insurance. Prohibited from driving for six months.

Michael Pick, 20, of Holland Road, Old Whittington: Guilty of failing to comply with supervision requirements after his release from prison. Imprisoned for 14 days.

The latest cases heard by the magistrates of Chesterfield and Derby

Liam Carter, 34, of Marlow Court, Derby Road, Chesterfield: Guilty of failing to comply with supervision requirements after his release from prison. Case adjourned.

Robert Handbury, 51, of Cedar Street, Stretton, Alfreton: Guilty of failing to provide information identifying the driver of a vehicle alleged to have committed an offence. Fine of £461, court costs of £310, victim surcharge of £46 and six penalty points.

Peter Edwards, 55, of Leabrooks Road, Somercotes: Guilty of damaging doors and window pane. Fine of £120, court costs of £85 and victim fine surcharge of £34.

Trevor Wicks, 75, of Astcote Close, Heanor: Guilty of driving over 30 miles per hour, ie 38 miles per hour. Fine of £40, court costs of £90, victim surcharge of £34 and three penalty points.

Alexander Merryman, 63, of Border View Farm, Rod Moor Road, Dronfield: Guilty of operating unlicensed kennels for dogs and cats, renting horses without a licence, breeding dogs without a license and selling sheepdog puppies German without license. Sentenced to a fine of £1,173, legal costs of £750 and a victim fine surcharge of £117.

Christopher Sweeney, 34, of Ridgeway Avenue, Bolsover: Guilty of driving over 40 miles per hour, ie 66 miles per hour. Fine of £346, court costs of £85, victim surcharge of £35 and six penalty points.

Tracey Cholerton, 56, of St Alkmunds Close, Duffield: Guilty of failing to provide information identifying the driver of a vehicle believed to be guilty of an offence. A fine of £660, court costs of £1,342, victim surcharge of £66 and six penalty points.

Brian Armstrong, 65, of Wheeldon Close, Ilkeston: Guilty of damaging a window and committing a further offense during the operational period of a suspended sentence. Fine of £40, court costs of £85 and victim fine surcharge of £34. Twelve weeks in prison with a suspension of 12 months extended by one month.

Carl Hill, 48, of St Augustines Road, Birdholme: Guilty of breaching bail conditions. Reincarcerated on bail.

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Claire Vine, 46, of Denby Avenue, Inkersall: Guilty of theft. Current 12 month community order extended for one month, ordered to pay £70 compensation.

Adrian Lunn, 38, of Charlesworth Street, Bolsover. Guilty of sending a threatening message. Case adjourned for mental health reports.

Andrew Boneham, 40, of Rufford Close, Boythorpe: Guilty of theft, possession of a class B drug and breach of a restraining order. Remission of a 10-week curfew, rehabilitation activity days, £180 compensation, £85 court costs and a victim fine surcharge of £128.

Benjamin Fern, 43, of Mettesford, Matlock: Guilty of drink-driving. Driving ban for 16 months, fine of £500, court costs of £85 and victim surcharge of £50.

Simon Slater, 43, of Hazel Dene, Matlock: Guilty of being drunk and disorderly in a public place and assaulting an officer in the performance of his duties. Fined £120, ordered to pay £85 court costs and victim fine surcharge of £48.

Shawn Mitchell, 46, of Ash Court, Alfreton: Guilty of drink driving. Case adjourned for probation report.

Nicola Corfield, 59, of Hurst Rise, Matlock: Guilty of drunk driving. Jailed for nine weeks, suspended for 12 months and banned from driving for 60 months. Handed over 20 days of rehabilitation activity and a mental health treatment requirement, ordered to pay £85 court costs and a victim surcharge of £128.

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