COURT cases continue to be postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

In court results sent out by Worcester Magistrates Court, a number of cases carried the message: "It has been necessary to adjourn your case given the exceptional circumstances that have arisen from the Covid-19 virus.

"This adjournment will help reduce the number of people that are having to attend the court and enable urgent and priority cases to proceed in the meantime."

On March 30 the case of Saood Ali was heard.

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The case of the 19-year-old, of Lark Hill Road, Worcester, was that it is alleged he assaulted a victim on March 10.

On that same day he is accused of destroying a pair of glasses, and a iPhone to the value of £1,490.

He is also accused of, without lawful excuse, damaging the drivers side wing mirror on a vehicle, on February 27.

And on the same day, he is accused of two counts of assault against another victim.

The case was adjourned until May 14. Ali was remanded on conditional bail.

The case of Usman Multani, 25, of Westminster Road, Worcester, was heard.

The case was two applications for forfeiture of seized cash of £1845, and for £2,216.25

The case was adjourned to May 15.

Connah Pugh's case was also heard. The case of the 26-year-old, of Shepherds Hill, Droitwich, was an application for the forfeiture of seized cash for £7,230.

The case was also adjourned to May 15.

Daniell Beard's case was also heard.

The case for Beard, 31, of Holly Mount Road, Worcester, was that on January 17 Beard is alleged to have had in his possession a quantity of cannabis, a controlled drug of class B.

Beard is also accused of a second count of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to cause harassment. The case was adjourned until May 14.