Man who launched unprovoked attack inside care home is jailed - Hull court round-up

-Credit: (Image: Hatzfeld Care)
-Credit: (Image: Hatzfeld Care)


A man who launched an unprovoked attack inside a Hornsea care home, a thief who stole three showers from B&Q and a whole host of violent offenders have been sentenced by magistrates in Hull in recent days.

While some cases were adjourned to be tried at a later date and others sent to Hull Crown Court, many offenders from across Hull and East Yorkshire were handed prison sentences, suspended sentences and community orders.

Here are ten people who appeared at Hull Magistrates' Court last week.

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Neil Tramner, 35, of Rolston Road, Hornsea pleaded guilty to one count of assault by beating, one count of common assault and one count of criminal damage in which he damaged a pool cue and fire extinguisher at the Willow Garth care home in Hornsea. He was jailed for four weeks due to the attack being unprovoked and ordered to pay a £154 victim services surcharge.

Darren Nolan, 50, of Ashworthy Close, Hull pleaded guilty to three counts of theft from a shop in which he stole three showers worth £380 each from B&Q and one count of theft from a shop in which he stole £180 worth of meat, cleaning products and chocolate worth £180 from Tesco. He was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement and ordered to pay £500 in compensation.

Hull Magistrates' Court
Hull Magistrates' Court -Credit:Hull Live

Amanda Smith, 21, of Easton Road, Bridlington pleaded guilty to three counts of assault by beating, two counts of common assault - one against an emergency worker - and one count of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. She was given a 12-month suspended sentence order and ordered to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work and pay £100 in compensation.

Robert Deegan, 44, of Bempton Crescent, Bridlington was found guilty of one count of harassment in which he pursued a course of conduct that amounted to the harassment of the victim, by turning up in public places and subjecting them to verbal assaults. He was given an 18-month suspended sentence order with a rehabilitation activity requirement, administered with an electronic monitoring tag and given a five-year restraining order. He was also ordered to pay £620 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service and a £154 victim services surcharge.

Sadie Gardner, 25, of Church Lane, Hedon pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating against an emergency worker and one count of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress. She was given a community order with the requirement to not drink any alcohol for 60 days, ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £100 in compensation, a £114 victim services surcharge and £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Christopher Martin, 38, of Russell Street, Hull pleaded guilty to five counts of theft from a shop in which he stole £170 worth of items from O2, an electric toothbrush worth £200 from Boots and a power tool worth £170 from B&Q. He was given a 12-month suspended sentence order.

Ahmed Gaddafi, 47, of Coltman Street, Hull indicated a plea of guilty to theft from a shop in which he stole more than £275 worth of items from Waitrose. He was jailed for 14 days.

Daniel Moss, 46, of Princes Avenue, Hull pleaded guilty to one count of theft from a shop in which he stole two gift sets worth £66 from Lush and one count of criminal damage in which he damaged glass windows belonging to the Humberside War Hammer Society. He was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement and ordered to pay £116 in compensation.

Phillip Brown, 47, of Bodmin Road, Hull pleaded guilty to one count of criminal damage in which he damaged a Ring doorbell, smashed the glass of a front door and scratched a car. He was jailed for 28 days and ordered to pay £500 in compensation.

Dylan Hill, 22, of Sandycroft Close, Hull pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress and the possession of a class B drug. He was given a two-year conditional discharge.