HERE are some of the more notable cases heard at Worcester Magistrates Court on September 15. An arrest warrant has been issued for a Malvern woman who failed to attend her court hearing to face drink-driving charges. Maxine Pincott, of Edith Berry Court, Malvern, was due to appear before magistrates in Worcester on September 15 to face a single charge of drinking while over the limit. The charge states that on August 7 this year, the 58-year-old drover in Townsend Way, Malvern, with 42 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. She failed to appear for her hearing, so a warrant for arrest without bail was issued by the court. A trial date has been set for a man who denies assaulting a woman and a man in Worcester. Ian Summers, 51, appeared before magistrates on September 15 where he denied assaulting the woman in Worcester on August 1 this year. He denied this, as well as the second charge, which stated that he assaulted a man in the city on the same day. The date for the trial was set as December 22 this year in Worcester. A man from Worcester has been handed a conditional discharge and a fine after he admitted possession of cannabis in the city. Shelby Brennan, of no fixed abode, indicated a guilty plea when he appeared in court on September 15. He was charged with possession of synthetic cannabis, as well as failing to comply with a community order imposed at Redditch Magistrates Court last year. The 22-year-old was given a six-month conditional discharge for the possession of cannabis, as well as being ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £22. Magistrates also ordered the forfeiture and destruction of the drug. For breaching the community order, he was fined £20 with the order to continue. A trial date has been set for a Worcester 44-year-old man who denies assaulting a police officer. Christopher Vale of Flag Meadow Walk, appeared in court on September 15 where he denied assaulting a PC Wood in Worcester on August 9. His trial date was set for October 23 at Redditch Magistrates Court.