A MAN from Kidderminster was ordered to pay compensation for assaulting two police constables.

Jamie Aldred, of Puxton Drive, pleaded guilty to assault on an emergency worker when he appeared at Kidderminster Magistrates' Court on Tuesday (June 11).

The 24-year-old admitted assaulting PC Christopher Hallam and PC Nafisa Ellahi in Kidderminster on May 25 this year.

He also pleaded guilty to drunk and disorderly behaviour on the same day.

Magistrates fined him £350 for each assault and ordered him to pay compensation totalling £175, plus £185 in court costs.

In a separate case on Tuesday, Thomas Chapple, of Habberley Street, pleaded guilty to assaulting another two police officers in Kidderminster on May 26.

The 25-year-old admitted assaulting PC Prince and PC Tomkins and was ordered to pay compensation of £100 to each of them.

He must also pay a victim surcharge of £85 plus £135 to the Crown Prosecution Service, and was ordered to carry out 110 hours of unpaid work.

Roberta Ince, of Silver Street, was ordered to undergo rehabilitation activity after admitting a racially aggravated attack in January.

The 48-year-old pleaded guilty to assaulting Dipesh Soma on January 3.

She also admitted assaulting two police officers, PC Hallam and PC Ellahi, on the same day.

No order was made for compensation or costs due to the limited means of the defendant.

In another case, Alexander Rickson, of Bewdley Road, Kidderminster, was fined £120 for assaulting PC Nafisa Ellahi in Kidderminster on May 25.

The 28-year-old was ordered to pay £50 in compensation, £30 to victim services and £185 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Rickson was also fined £80 for drunk and disorderly behaviour.

Mark Timmins, aged 44, of Lion Street, Kidderminster, was fined for stealing four bottles of alcohol worth £68 from Aldi.

The offence was committed in Kidderminster on May 27 this year.

Timmins was fined £100 and ordered to pay a £30 victim surcharge and £135 in court costs.