A Kidderminster business has had three bank accounts totalling more than £95,000 frozen under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Magistrates at Kidderminster granted applications to freeze the accounts of Waste Services, James Road. Two were at Barclays and one was at TSB banks.

The accounts were frozen until October 29 and the cases adjourned until then.

Other cases at the court included:

A STOURPORT man has been put under curfew for after admitting assault and theft charges.

Dirk Johannes Howell, aged 38, of Gables Yard, Broach Road, admitted assaulting Arthur Neil, stealing £140 worth of meat from BP M&S at Worcester Road, Droitwich, and stealing two air freshners from Savers.

He was placed on a community order, with an electronic tag curfew for two months from 7pm to 7am.

He was ordered to pay £289 in compensation and victim surcharges.

A Bewdley teenager has been ordered to pay £480 after admitting assaulting a police officer and threatening behaviour.

Chloe Elaine Doughty, aged 19, of Arley Lane Houses, Shatterford, pleaded guilty to assaulting a police woman at Bewdley in August.

She was ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid voluntary work, and ordered to pay £200 compensation, and ordered to pay £280 compensation, £95 victim surcharge and £195 prosecution costs.