Courts

Drunk driver who crashed into field ran off after breath test

A Spalding man who hid in a ditch and garden while fleeing police after drunkenly crashing his car in a field has been banned from driving for a second time. Declan Dunmore, 25, of Orchard Park, Fleet admitted driving with excess alcohol and obstructing the police when he appeared at Boston Magistrates Court. Prosecuting, Paul Wood said Dunmore had crashed ...

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Four in court over Christmas Day street fight broken up using pepper spray

A Christmas Day street fight in Spalding had to be broken up using pepper spray and resulted in three men and a woman spending that night in the cells, a court has heard. Danian Buczynski. 27, of West Parade, Patrick Zukowski, 28, Lukasz Czylz, 34, and Angelika Buczynska, 32, all of Winsover Road admitted a variety of charges, including assaulting ...

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Woman in court over sexual assault

A 40-year-old Spalding woman has been sent for trial at Lincoln on an allegation of sexually assaulting a female over the age of 13. Amy Stimpson of Perry Close entered no plea and was committed to Lincoln Crown Court on conditional bail with a first appearance on February 22.

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Farm worker who crashed car while drunk given four-year driving ban

A Holbeach farm worker who crashed his car into the back of another car after drinking alcohol, has been banned from driving for four years. Andrei Pavel, 35, of Washway Road, admitted driving with excess alcohol when he appeared before district Judge Peter Veits sitting at Boston Magistrates Court. Prosecuting, Marie Stace said police were called to a two vehicle ...

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Mother speaks of son’s relationship with woman accused of stabbing him to death

The mother of a man who was allegedly stabbed to death by his partner told a jury they would “bicker alot.” Charlie Stevenson, 21, is alleged to have deliberately stabbed Christopher Higgs, also 21, with a kitchen knife at her home in Portland Street, Boston. Mr Higgs, from Spalding, was found with a single stab wound to his heart after ...

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Accused of stabbing partner in the heart

A 21-year-old man died from a single stab wound to the heart which was deliberately inflicted by his partner, a jury was told today (Fri). Charlie Stevenson (21) denies murdering Christopher Higgs (also 21), at her home in Portland Street, Boston. Mr Higgs, from Spalding, had been in a long term relationship with Ms Stevenson and they shared a young ...

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Shoplifter kicked police officer

A man who kicked a police officer as he was being arrested for shoplifting, had not taken his medication for depression, a court has been told. Callum Fuller of Thorpe Avenue, Spalding, who admitted shoplifting and assault of an emergency worker, was said to have been caught stealing beer from B & M in Spalding on December 2, but when ...

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Man exposed himself to police after being caught drink driving

A man dropped his trousers and exposed his genitals after police said they were arresting him following a positive breath test, a court has heard. Wesley Beeken, 35, of Earlsfield, Moulton Seas End, who admitted driving with excess alcohol and behaviour likely to cause alarm or distress, was stopped by police at 6.10pm on December 5 in Albion Street, after ...

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Driver escaped prison term

A Sutton Bridge man in court for the second time for driving while disqualified, has escaped an immediate custodial sentence.Stevie Jackson (27), of The Quay, West Bank, admitted driving while disqualified and without insurance, when he appeared before District Judge Peter Veits sitting at Boston Magistrates’ Court.Prosecuting, Marie Stace said that at 7.25am on December 1, Jackson crashed his Vauxhall ...

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Former Spalding United chair among three who will face £4m fraud case trial in October

The fraud case of a Spalding man involved in an investment scheme worth about £4milllion has today (Monday January 10) been before crown court for the first time. Christopher Toynton – a former longtime chairman of Spalding United Football Club – is jointly charged with two co-defendants in relation to the Lottery Syndicate Club Ltd, which operated in Spalding. Toynton, ...

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Driver who fled scene after crashing into home is fined and banned

A driver who crashed into a house in South Holland, causing £12,000 worth of damage, has been disqualified for nine months. Aleshia Francis, 34, may have fallen asleep at the wheel, Lincoln Magistrates’ Court was told on Friday. She was also sentenced for colliding with a parked car while uninsured eight months later. The crash at the property in Vicarage ...

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Man admits dragging woman off Spalding street intending to commit a sexual offence

A Donington man today (Tuesday) admitted dragging a lone woman off a Spalding street with the intention of carrying out a sexual assault on her. Kamil Gziut, 29, of Arnhem Way, Donington, pleaded guilty to causing the woman actual bodily harm with intent to commit a sexual offence during a hearing at Lincoln Crown Court. Gziut, who appeared in court ...

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Man in court over Spalding murder

A man charged with murder after one man died and another was seriously injured in two separate attacks in Spalding has this morning (Thurs) appeared at Lincoln Crown Court. Darren Kirk, 52, died following an alleged assault at a property in Cygnet Court, Spalding, on Monday A second man, Mark Stone, aged 46, was taken to hospital in a critical ...

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Fleet man jailed after scaring people with knife

A Fleet man who frightened a woman and her grandson when he armed himself with a kitchen knife was today (Wednesday) jailed for 12 months. Benjamin Flatters,  31, was staying at the Anglia Motel when he became paranoid that people were looking for him and rang the police. Lincoln Crown Court heard Flatters ignored the reassurances of the 999 operator ...

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Man charged with murder and attempted murder

A man will appear in court this afternoon (Wednesday, December 22) charged with murder and attempted murder after incidents in the early hours of Monday morning in Spalding. Wayne Rule, aged 45, of Cygnet Court, Spalding will appear at Lincolnshire Magistrates Court later today. It follows the murder of Darren Kirk, 52, in the same road around 1.10pm on Monday ...

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Holbeach man denies being driver involved in police chase through Spalding

A Holbeach man will go on trial in April after he denied being the driver of a VW Golf which was driven dangerously through the streets of Spalding. Lloyd Hook, 26, of Oxford Gardens, Holbeach, denied an offence of dangerous driving when he appeared at Lincoln Crown Court today. (Mon) It is alleged the VW Golf was driven dangerously during ...

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Man admits having £100,000 worth of cocaine in car found after collision

A man involved in a crash on the A16 Spalding bypass has admitted having cocaine worth up to £100,000 in the car. Nathan Fitzjohn, 47, also had about £24,000 cash in a box. Police said he was in an Audi RS5 and the collision happened between the McDonald’s and Wardentree Lane roundabouts at lunchtime on December 13 last year. Fitzjohn ...

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Woman banned for drink driving

A 23-year-old woman who police were told had driven drunk after visiting a Spalding nightclub has been banned from driving. Darcy Beresford Palmer of Old Main Road, who admitted the offence of driving with excess alcohol, was found in her Mini One at Holbeach Road McDonalds at 4.30am on November 14 and was arrested after providing a positive breath test. ...

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Spalding man banned from keeping dogs for 10 years and fined after RSPCA investigation

A man has been banned from keeping dogs for 10 years following a prosecution by the RSPCA. James Adamson (56) of Birch Grove, Spalding, appeared before Lincoln Magistrates’ Court on December 3 He pleaded guilty to four offences; causing unnecessary suffering to three German Shepherd type dogs by failing to provide adequate or effective professional veterinary care and attention for ...

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In court over paying work cheques into own account

A Spalding man has appeared before magistrates in Boston on allegations of changing details on 12 cheques from his place of work and paying them into his own bank account. Slawomir Sobala, 54, of Chancery Court denied the offences, which cover a four month period from October 2019 to January 2020, and amount to a total of £6,746. The case ...

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