PENKHULL: Nahit Ozarslan, aged 40, of Honeywall, Penkhull, has been committed to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court accused of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, assault by beating and displaying racially aggravated, threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent. The charges come following an alleged incident in Stoke on November 27. He had given an indication of a not guilty plea and will appear at the crown court on March 4. Ozarslan was bailed.
MEIR: Mathias Lescott, aged 28, of Sandon Road, Meir, pleaded guilty to robbing Daniel Beech of £100, a Playstation and four mobile phones on May 25. Judge Paul Glenn, at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court, adjourned the case for a report. Lescott was remanded in custody.
HANLEY: Chronic alcoholic Christopher Colclough, aged 44, of Hope Street, Hanley, was given a conditional discharge for 12 months with £85 costs and a £15 victim surcharge after he pleaded guilty at North Staffordshire Justice Centre to being drunk and disorderly in Hope Street, Hanley, on January 22.
BENTILEE: Deborah Hodson, aged 53, of Hethersett Walk, Bentilee, appeared in court charged with two offences of failing to notify a change of circumstances affecting her entitlement to benefit. The case was adjourned and Hodson will next appear at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on February 15.
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MEIR: Sentence was adjourned for reports until February 28 after Gareth Barker, aged 23, of Pinewood Crescent, Meir, pleaded guilty to handling stolen goods, namely grocery items, between October 17 and October 19 last year at Meir. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre granted him bail until the next hearing.