A DUDLEY man pleaded guilty to threatening to petrol bomb a man's house, Dudley Magistrate's Court has heard.

Nathan Walshaw, aged 25, of Wellington Road, Dudley, pleaded guilty to threatening to petrol bomb Martin Taylor-Webber's house, intending that he would fear the threat would be carried out. Walshaw will be sentenced at Wolverhampton Crown Court on December 21.

Dudley Magistrates Court sentenced the following people in the final week of November.

Callum Clee, aged 21, of Surrey Road, Dudley, pleaded guilty to possessing cocaine in Stourbridge, when he caught with the drug on November 25. He was ordered to pay fines and costs totalling £415 at Dudley Magistrates Court on November 26.

Nicky Law, aged 39, of Sandham Road, Dudley, pleaded guilty to stealing £225 worth of meat from One Stop Stop in Smethwick in October. He was ordered to pay £112 compensation by the court.

Craig Williams, aged 32, of Mount Road, Wolverhampton, received a six week prison sentence, suspended for 24 months, for assaulting Kelly Salter by beating her. He was also sentenced for failing to provide a blood specimen to test for drink driving, along with driving a Peugeot 3008 without the consent of the owner and driving it without a license or insurance.

He also failed to provide a sample when tested for class A drugs after being arrested for domestic assault. Williams was ordered to pay costs, fines and compensation totalling £565.

Michael Cameron, 29, of Eve Hill, Dudley, was ordered to pay fines and costs of £275 for drink driving after driving a BMW on the Birmingham New Road where he was found with 54 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35 microgrammes.

Clive Cotterill, aged 56, of Alstone Street, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to stealing £393 worth of clothes from Sainsbury's in Oldbury November 28. He received a conditional discharge for 12 months and was ordered to pay £112 in costs and a victim surcharge. His guilty plea was taken into account when he was sentenced.

Keith Deeley, aged 32, of John Street, Blackheath, pleaded guilty to assaulting Sarah Jones earlier this year. He received a jail term of 5 months, suspended for 24 months. He was ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work for the next 12 months.

Deeley is also banned from contacting or approaching Sarah Jones, directly or indirectly, and from entering Norman Road, Smethwick, and going to Brandhall Primary School.

Christopher Reilly, aged 35, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to stealing £708.75 worth of perfume from Debenhams in Merry Hill on November 27 and stealing £603.45 from the same store on the following day. He was jailed for 6 weeks and was ordered to pay £708.75 in compensation.

Andrew Graham, aged 35, of Halesowen Road, Cradley Heath, pleaded guilty to smashing the windows of Scott Davies' BMW, causing £300 worth of damage. Graham was ordered to pay fines, compensation and a victim surcharge totalling £300.