Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court
Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court include:
Tracey Akeroyd (30), Ebchester Road, Glen Parva, was ordered to carry out 220 hours of unpaid work for committing benefit offences.
She was found guilty, after pleading not guilty, of failing to notify Leicester City Council between August 9, 2010, and November 14 last year that she and a man were living as husband and wife knowing it would affect her housing and council tax benefits.
She was also convicted of failing to notify the Department for Work and Pensions between August 9 and November 14 last year that she was living as husband and wife with a man, knowing it would affect her income support benefit.
She was ordered to pay £150 costs to the Department for Work and Pensions.
Dean Bevans (46), of Sparkenhoe Street, Highfields, Leicester, was jailed for 20 weeks for theft and fraud offences.
He admitted stealing two bottles of aftershave worth £106 from Boots, in Leicester, on November 9.
He committed the theft while subject to a 12-month conditional discharge order made on November 9 at Leicester Magistrates' Court.
He also pleaded guilty to trying to cash a £480 cheque that belonged to Coopers Glass Ltd at the Money Shop, in Belgrave Gate, Leicester, on October 29.
He further admitted trying to cash a £500 cheque that belonged to Coopers Glass Ltd at the Money Shop in Belgrave Gate, Leicester, on October 30.
Bevans also admitted stealing beef joints worth £15 from Iceland in Belgrave Gate, Leicester, on November 21.
Tiago Cunha (19), of St Albans Road, off London Road, Leicester, was ordered to pay £50 compensation to a man he assaulted.
He pleaded guilty to assault of the victim by beating in Gravel Street, Leicester city centre, on October 30. He was conditionally discharged for two years. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs.