NEWCASTLE: Twenty one-year-old Nickolas Moore of Hassell Street, Newcastle, was sent to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court charged with wounding with intent.
The defendant is accused of unlawfully and maliciously wounding Jaspreet Bansal with intent to do him grievous bodily harm at Newcastle on January 26.
He faces further allegations of possessing a kitchen knife in Hassell Street, Newcastle, threatening Jaspreet Bansal with a kitchen knife and assaulting Robert Brereton
by beating all on the same date.
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He will appear at crown court for a preliminary hearing on February 22 and was bailed by magistrates.
HANLEY: Shoplifter Gillian Green, who stole from a shop while she was on an eight-week suspended prison sentence, has been ordered to do 60 hours unpaid work by magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre.
Green, aged 45, of Lower Bethesda Street, Hanley, pleaded guilty to stealing household goods and food worth £20.88 from Wilkinsons, Hanley, on January 19.
The suspended sentence was not activated but Green was warned she would be jailed if she committed another offence. There was no order for costs but she was told to pay a £60 victim surcharge.
TUNSTALL: Jamie Hulme, aged 28, of Hoskins Road, Tunstall, has pleaded guilty to offences of aggravated vehicle taking at Bradwell on January 31, having no insurance and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre adjourned sentence for reports until February 22.
BIDDULPH: Jeffrey Byron, aged 55, of Halls Road, Biddulph, has pleaded not guilty to four offences under the Social Security Administration Act involving £31,000.
He will now stand trial at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on April 18.
The defendant was bailed until that date.