IN COURT: The latest news and appearances from North Staffordshire's courts
Kameljeet Singh is charged with failing to stop on the A500 at Stoke when required to do so by a police constable on January 9 and failing to provide a specimen for analysis at Etruria. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned the case until February 26. The defendant, aged 35, of Gresham Road, Oldbury was granted unconditional bail.
Imran Pervaiz, aged 28, of Waterloo Road, Cobridge, denies assaulting a police officer in the execution of his duty on February 3 and will have a trial at North Staffordshire justice Centre on April 19. He was bailed.
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Kamal Shalaw will go on trial at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on April 4 following his not guilty pleas to assaulting Maria Martin by beating. He also denies a further matter of making threats to kill on the same date. Shalaw, aged 29, of Stonor Street, Cobridge, was bailed.
Sentence was adjourned for reports until March 12 in the case of Anne Evans, aged 27, of Pool Street, Fenton, after she admitted damaging a window belonging to Butters John Bee, Warner Street, Hanley, on February 4. She was given unconditional bail by the magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre.
David Plant, aged 42, of Homer Street, Hanley, is accused of a shop theft on March 24. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned the case until March 1.
Ian Cooper, aged 40, of Chorley Street, Leek, is accused of failing to comply with the requirements of a community order made on November 1, 2011. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre granted conditional bail until March 12.
A 38-year-old man charged with the production of cannabis was due to appear at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court today. Ming Chen, of Morton Street, Middleport, is accused of the offence at Werrington on November 8.
Twenty-two-year-old John Doughty, of Leacroft Road, Meir, was due to go on trial today after pleading not guilty to assaulting Cheryl Dale, occasioning her actual bodily harm.
Craig Barlow, aged 30, of Rydal Way, Newcastle, is accused of of damaging a double glazed window worth £300 at Newcastle on December 9. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned the case until March 5 and granted him conditional bail.
Pauline Lacey, aged 60, of Pointon Grove, Norton, is accused of failing to notify the Department of Works and Pensions of a change of circumstances. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned the case until March 5.
Thirty-five-year-old Harbir Singh, of Wellesley Street, Shelton, who is charged with a drink-drive offence, has had his case adjourned at North Staffordshire Justice Centre until February 26 due to his ill health.
The Crown Prosecution Service at North Staffordshire Justice Centre has withdrawn an offence of assault against Lee Smith, aged 29, of Swithin Drive, Stoke, because he has now been cautioned by the police.