HERE are a few of the most notable cases heard at Worcester Magistrates Court over the last week.

Two men will appear in crown court to face charges conspiracy to supply class A drugs, conspiracy to commit assault and possession of a crossbow.

Jake Cox, 28, of Mill Street, Worcester, appeared alongside Scott Fewtrell, 27, of Chedworth Drive before magistrates in Worcester on August 8.

Cox was charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and heroin with Asgar Khalfe, Tommy Lee Jauncey, Kane Ingram and Fewtrell, as well as possession of cocaine and conspiracy to commit assault.

The charges state that Cox had in his possession 34 wraps of cocaine on August 30 last year.

Fewtrell was charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and heroin, possession of a crossbow and conspiracy to commit assault.

Because of the nature of the charges, the case was sent to Worcester Crown Court, where the defendants will appear to face charges on September 4.

Ingram, 21, from Saddlers Walk, Warndon, will appear before magistrates in the city to face charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, possession of class A drugs and conspiracy to commit an assault.

He will appear for a case management hearing on August 15.

Anthony Lawley, 49, of Farne Avenue, Worcester, appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court on August 8 charged with five counts of making indecent images of children and one count of distributing indecent images of children.

The charges stretch from 2012 to 2017 and all occurred in Worcester and around the county.

He indicated a plea of guilty, and magistrates sent the case to crown court, where he will be sentenced on September 6.

He is also required to register with the police in accordance with the Sexual Offences Act 2003 from August 8 for a period that will be specified when the case has been dealt with.

Lauren Maddock, 26, of Assarts Road, Malvern, initially pleaded not guilty to the charge of assault, relating to an incident which took place on November 15 last year.

Magistrates in Worcester imposed a restraining order to prevent her coming into contact with the victim, as well as fining her £234 in costs and compensation.

Magistrates in Worcester heard how Brian Hewson, 60, of Rothwell Road, Malvern, having trespassed in a field at Chestnut Hill, ran into the field “Shouting, waving his arms around and taking hold of the tractor” which was mowing the grass in the field with the intention of disrupting the activity.

Hewson was handed a 12-month conditional discharge and fined a total of £155 after pleading guilty to the charge.

Daniel Beard, 30, of Canal Side, Worcester, appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court where he indicated a guilty plea to possession of a class A drug, as well as breaching a conditional discharge relating to possession of cannabis.

He was fined £375.

Hadleigh Pedder-Elwell, 27, of Michael Crescent, Malvern, is to appear at Worcester Magistrates Court on September 13 after pleading not guilty to destroying police custody clothing worth £55 in Worcester on July 23.

Lisa Smith, 44, of Larch Road, Worcester, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing the candles form B&M Bargains on July 25.

Magistrates in Worcester handed her a community order to complete drug rehabilitation at Swanswell as a non-resident for six months.

Novar Tyrrell, of Rashwood Hill, Droitwich, appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court charged with driving a silver BMW 118 on July 25 without insurance and while disqualified from driving.

He was ordered to carry out 60 hours unpaid community work, as well as being fined £225.