Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court
Cases dealt with at Leicester Magistrates' Court include:
Shane Andrew Hill (20), of Laurel Close, Mountsorrel, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her on June 7. He also pleaded guilty to damaging the woman's mobile phone on the same date.
Hill was also found guilty – after pleading not guilty – of persistently using a public electronic communications network for the purpose of causing annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to a person on June 9.
He admitted committing the offences while serving a suspended sentence order made by Loughborough magistrates on November 18, 2011. This was given for intimidating a witness.
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Hill was given a community order, ordering him to participate in a programme to address his behaviour, for 27 days. He was also given a restraining order not to contact his victim, to whom he was ordered to pay £50 compensation. Hill was also ordered to pay court costs of £350.
Samuel Wilson (32), of Garth Avenue, Birstall, admitted causing £400 of damage to a door on July 26. He was jailed for seven days. He was also made the subject of a restraining order barring him from contacting the owner of the door, except through a third party, until July 31 next year.
William Murch (29), of Fosse Road South, Braunstone, admitted stealing washing products worth £40 from Tesco, in Hinckley Road, Leicester, on July 16. He was given a four-week curfew and ordered to pay £50 court costs.
Steven Teal (31), of Wordsworth Road, Knighton, Leicester, was found guilty in his absence of failing to tell the police who was driving a car when an alleged offence was committed on March 31. He was fined £600, ordered to pay £85 court costs and had six points put on his licence.
Mark Gillman (20), of no fixed address, admitted causing £1,200 of damage to a door in Braunstone Town on July 30. He was ordered to complete 40 hours of unpaid work.