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In the courts this week...

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In the courts this week...

CLARIFICATION: CRAIG JOSEPH CHAPPELL


In last week’s edition of the Louth Leader (April 9) we published an article titled ‘Man escapes jail term after hammer attack’ which referred to the sentencing of Craig Joseph Chappell, 27, of Keddington Road, Louth. Although Chappell was initially charged with assault and carrying an offensive weapon, the latter charge was dropped in court before sentencing took place. Chappell was given a community order and must carry out 100 hours of unpaid work We are happy to make this clear.

ROBIN ANTHONY FENTON

Robin Anthony Fenton, 47, of Jubilee Crescent, Louth, has appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court to face multiple charges of sexual offences against children under the age of 16, dating back to the late 1990s. His case has been adjourned until April 29 when he will appear at Skegness Magistrates Court, and has been given conditional bail.

LEROY DODGE


Leroy Dodge, 30, of Park Avenue, Louth, appeared at Skegness Magistrates’ Court to face a charge of producing 22 cannabis plants in January 2013. He indicated a guilty plea in September, and has been given unconditional bail until May 6 when he will appear at Skegness Magistrates’ Court.

JAKE BRANT

Jake Brant, 29, of Huttoft Road in Sutton on Sea, has been charged with attempting to steal a digital television equipment, worth £473, in Mablethorpe in August last year. A warrant for his arrest has been issued by Skegness Magistrates’ Court.

KELLY LOUISE BURKE


Kelly Louise Burke, 34, of Seaholme Road in Mablethorpe, appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court and pleaded guilty to four charges of theft, including three thefts of cosmetics from Boots in Seacroft Road, Mablethorpe. She was also charged with failing to surrender to custody on March 25 having been previously released on bail. She was due to appear at Skegness Magistrates Court on April 5 but failed to do so, and a warrant is now out for her arrest.

PUBLIC OFFENCE

A 15-year-old boy has been charged with having an offensive weapon, namely a baseball bat, in a public place in Louth last month. He has been given unconditional bail and will appear at Skegness Magistrates’ Court on April 29.

 

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