The following cases were heard at Worcester Magistrates Court recently.


DANIEL ALLAN, of Margaret Road, Worcester, admitted possession of a Class A drug - crack cocaine. 

The 34-year-old committed the offence in Worcester on October 11, 2021. 

Allan was fined £120 and ordered to pay victim surcharge of £34.


THOMAS DEE, 24, of Edgeworth Close, Redditch, and formerly of Ellison Close, Evesham, admitted assaulting a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm and possession of a Class B drug  - cannabis. 

The 24-year-old committed the assault in Evesham on March 25, and had the cannabis in his possession in Evesham on March 27.

The case was adjourned for a report. Dee was told to attend the next hearing of the case on November 21. 

He was given conditional bail with the conditions not to contact the victim of the assault and to attend the next hearing.


LEE DELORD, of no fixed abode but previously of Worcester, admitted possession of a knife blade/sharp pointed article in a public place. 

Magistrates heard the 40-year-old had a kitchen knife for no good reason, and with no lawful authority, in New Street, Worcester, on September 23 this year. 

Delord was jailed for four months, suspended for a year. 

Magistrates explained they were making a custodial sentence as the defendant had been in public carrying a knife while drunk. 

Delord was also ordered to pay £185 costs. 


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KYLE BRIERLY-JONES, of no fixed abode but previously of Worcester, admitted criminal damage.

The court heard the 27-year-old committed the offence on October 15 in Worcester, Brierly-Jones causing £200 damage to a window. 

Brierly-Jones was given a six-month conditional discharge by magistrates. 

He was also ordered to pay £200 compensation and £26 victim surcharge. No order for costs was made as payment of compensation was prioritised. 


ALEXANDRA GREGORY, of Ravensmere Road, Redditch, admitted an offence of send letter/communication/article conveying a threatening message. 

The 25-year-old committed the offence between August 31, 2020, and April 8, 2021, sending text messages, photographs and social media messages which conveyed information which was false, for the purpose of causing distress or anxiety to a victim. 

Gregory was given a four-month jail sentence, suspended for 18 months, magistrates saying the offence was so serious only prison was justified. 

Gregory is to complete 12 months of mental health treatment, 20 rehabilitation activity requirement days. 

The defendant was told to pay £500 compensation with a three-year restraining order put in place to prevent contact with the victim. 

Gregory was also ordered to pay £128 victim surcharge.