THESE are some of the cases that were heard at Worcester Crown Court last week.

Despicable burglars 'desecrated' the room of a nuisance neighbour after they fell out with him, urinating and spraying sauce over his belongings.

Ben Spares and Ashley Goodes even filmed what they had done to the man's Worcester bedsit in the block of flats where they all lived, making no attempt to hide their actions from staff who reported them to police.

A lorry driver involved in a crash which killed one cyclist and seriously injured another denies causing death by dangerous driving.

Richard Merris was behind the wheel of an HGV on the A449 at Hartlebury, travelling towards Worcester, when there was a crash involving his lorry and two cyclists riding in front.

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The 50-year-old denies causing death by dangerous driving and an alternative count of causing death by careless driving.

A man has admitted kidnapping and possession of an offensive weapon, described in court as 'a lump hammer'.

Lee Magic appeared at Worcester Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to both offences in Kathmandu Close, Bromsgrove on August 25 last year.

A 55-year-old man is to face trial after denying two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm against the same woman.

Paul Grant of Cranham Drive, Warndon, Worcester, denied both assaults, said by the prosecution to have been committed on August 13 last year against the same alleged victim, Donna Barnes.

Suspects in a machete and baseball bat attack in Worcester have denied attempted murder and violent disorder.

Kaasim Multani, Usman Multani, Shahenul Alam and Istehsan Ulhaq denied both counts when they appeared before Judge Nicolas Cartwright at Worcester Crown Court.