HERE are some more notable cases heard in Worcester Magistrates Court over the past week.

Each defendant had made a guilty plea at the court in Castle Street.

Those heard on May 23, 2024:

Tyler Bagnalli, from Hemmingway in Evesham, had admitted to assaulting another man on April 7.

The 21-year-old is expected to return to Worcester Magistrates' Court for sentencing on June 21.

Ahead of this hearing, the court will prepare a pre-sentence report.

Bagnall has been remanded on unconditional bail. 

Richard Radburn, from Burlingham Avenue, Evesham, admitted to driving while being disqualified or without a driving licence and without insurance.

The 40-year-old was caught driving an Audi Q2 on the A44 in Pinvin on April 6, 2024.

As a result, he is required to do 200 hours of unpaid work across 12 months and his driving record was endorsed. 

He had also pleaded guilty to failing to provide a blood sample for drink-driving analysis when he was suspected of driving under the influence on April 6 too.

To this, he was given a compulsory three-year driving disqualification and ordered to pay £85 in prosecution costs and a surcharge of £114.

The total payment was £199. 

Radburn's conviction will also be communicated to the DVLA.

Those heard on May 22, 2024:

Chaudary Hussain, from St Georges Lane North in Worcester, admitted to driving without due care and attention.

The 33-year-old had driven a Mercedes Sprinter on Newtown Road in Worcester on October 30, 2023.

Worcester Magistrates' Court fined him £102 and his licence was given three penalty points.

He was also told to pay £110 in additional costs and a surcharge of £41.

Those heard on May 21, 2024:

Kacper Sciera, from Desjardins Way in Pershore, pleaded guilty to driving while over the limit for alcohol.

The 20-year-old was caught driving a Ford Fiesta on Desjardins Way under the influence on March 17, 2024.

He was found with 57 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood - the legal limit is 80 milligrams.

Sciera has been disqualified from driving for 12 months, which can be shortened by 12 weeks if a course is completed by December 20.

He was also ordered to pay a £120 fine, £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service and a surcharge of £48.

Sandra O'Brian, of Pierpoint House, Pierpoint Street in Worcester, admitted to acting drunk and disorderly in a public place.

The 42-year-old was drunk and disorderly in Foregate Street on March 19, 2024.

O'Brian was granted unconditional bail and is due to be sentenced on June 28 at Worcester Magistrates Court.

Holly Rees, of Kilbury Drive in Worcester, admitted to intentionally trying to destroy or damage the front door to a city funeral home.

The 33-year-old had damaged the door at Worcester Funeral Service Ltd on Kilbury Drive on March 9, 2024.

She was ordered to pay £120 in compensation. 

Ashley Dunn, of Pickersleigh Grove in Malvern, has pleaded guilty to stealing a leaf blower from a B&Q store.

The 34-year-old had stolen a  Ryobi One+ Leaf Blower, worth £158, on April 2, 2024.

She has been ordered to pay £158 in compensation and fined £120.

Dunn also has to pay a surcharge of £48.

William Connors, of The Paddocks, Comhampton, in Dunhampton, admitted to careless driving and not having third-party insurance.

The 22-year-old was driving in a Citroen Berlingo Van on Goldthorn Road in Kidderminster when the offences happened.

He has been ordered to pay £40 for driving without due care and attention and fined £120.00 for having no insurance.

Connors was also given six penalty points on his licence. 

Those heard on May 20, 2024:

Aaron Dobbins, from Tolladine Road in Worcester, admitted harassing a woman across a six-week period last spring.

The 32-year-old had harassed the woman between May 1, 2023, and June 14, 2023.

Worcester Magistrates Court heard how he had appeared outside the woman's home on multiple occasions as well as messaging her.

He had also shouted at her in a Worcester pub.

Dobbins has been remanded on conditional bail until his sentencing on  June 14 at 2pm at Worcester Magistrates Court.