FENTON: Sharon Walker, aged 45, has pleaded guilty to three charges of fraud.
Walker, of Ashworth Street, Fenton, pleaded guilty to abusing her position as a financial administrator at Acres Nook Care Home, Kidsgrove, between June 2009 and November 2010.
She will be sentenced at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after a report is prepared on her by a probation officer.
Her unconditional bail was extended.
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LONGTON: Committal to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court has taken place at North Staffordshire Justice Centre in the case of Ryan Pritchard, aged 18, of Fallowfield, Longton. He is accused of a burglary between September 15 and September 17 at Blurton, in which items were stolen including a lap top and a drill.
The defendant will appear at the crown court on February 4 and has indicated a not guilty plea. He was granted bail.
CHELL HEATH: Ian Gibson, aged 25, of Dogcroft Road, Chell Heath, will be sentenced at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on January 22 following guilty pleas being entered by his solicitor Gary Corbett to offences of aggravated vehicle taking at Tunstall, on December 22, failing to provide a specimen for analysis, driving without insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
CONGLETON: A 12-month conditional discharge was imposed on Paul Proudlove after he pleaded guilty to causing £1,551 damage to a car at Leek on November 17 during an incident where he was swinging a small wheelie bin about. Proudlove, aged 20, of Whitemore, Congleton, was ordered to pay the compensation with £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
CHEADLE: A woman accused of harrasment must wait longer to hear her fate. North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned the case of Leanne Reilly, aged 20, of Tape Street, Cheadle, until january 15. She faces a charge of harassment in Cheadle on December 1.