A man who admitted assaulting four people in a Newhall pub has avoided an immediate jail sentence.
He was among the latest people to have their cases dealt with at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court:
Assault in pub
A man has admitted assault. Jonathan Doherty, 40, of Brunel Way, Church Gresley, admitted assaulting three women and a man at the Royal Oak Inn, High Street, Newhall, on June 11.
He was given a 16-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months because it was an unprovoked and sustained attack while he was in drink, three of his victims were female and it involved bites and in a public house, magistrates decided. He was ordered to carry out 150 hours unpaid work. He must also pay £400 compensation, £85 court costs and a £115 victim surcharge.
A man has admitted drink-driving. Marc Tooke, 28, of Bonham Grove, Yardley, Birmingham, admitted driving an Audi A3 in Station Road, Barton under Needwood, on June 25, with 64 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes.
He has been fined £500 and ordered to pay £85 court, and a £50 victim surcharge. He has been banned from driving for 16 months.
A woman has admitted fraud. Julee Lanthan-Powl, 51, of Bank Walk, Burton, indicated a plea of guilty to committing fraud in Burton on December 12, by dishonestly making a false representation, namely requesting an associate of P&O by pretending to be a man and intending, by making the representation, to make a £449 gain for herself.
She has been made the subject of a six month conditional and ordered to pay £225 compensation and £85 court costs.
A man has admitted shoplifting. Kynan Shepherd, 29, of Chestnut Avenue, Midway, admitted stealing cosmetic products worth £147.81 belonging to Boots, in Swadlincote, on June 2. He also admitted stealing a bag containing a vape worth £80 in Swadlincote on May 31.
He has been made the subject of a 12-month community order with 60 hours unpaid work. He was ordered to pay a total of £227.81 compensation and £85 court costs and a £80 victim surcharge.
A man has admitted resisting a police officer. Andrew Thompson, 29, of Risbarrow Close, Etwall, admitted resisting a police officer in the execution of his duty at his address in Etwall, on June 11.
He has been made the subject of a 12-month conditional discharge. He was ordered to pay £85 court costs and a £30 victim surcharge.