Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court
Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court include:
Michael Mordicia Elliott (28), of Milligan Road, Aylestone, Leicester, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause people to believe that violence would be used against them, in Leicester, on August 29.
He admitted doing this during the operational period of a suspended sentence order made by Wellingborough Magistrates' Court for the offences of aggravated vehicle taking and driving with no insurance, no driving licence and with excess alcohol.
He was given a community order including the requirement to participate in an anger management course for 20 days. His suspended sentence order was extended to 24 months and the supervision requirement to 18 months.
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Nabila Khan (38), of Fairfax Road, Humberstone, Leicester, was found guilty in her absence of failing to give a police officer information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence, in Leicester, on July 21. She was fined £360, ordered to pay costs of £85 and her licence was endorsed with six points.
Dasthagir Akbar Hussain (28) of Marstown Avenue, Wigston, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a red light traffic signal, driving through 1.7 seconds after it had changed to red, in Narborough Road, Leicester, on August 9. He was fined £100, ordered to pay costs of £60 and his licence was endorsed with three points.
Narayan Singh (19), of Barkby Road, Rushey Mead, Leicester, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention when he failed to conform to pedestrian traffic signals and collided with a crossing cyclist who was injured, in Vaughan Way, Leicester, on June 14.
He was fined £120, told to pay costs of £50 and his licence was endorsed with five points.