Two months after the Notting Hill Carnival party goers continue to appear at West London Magistrates' Court.
On Thursday Korrey Johnson-Belle, 20, of Rugby Road, Kingsbury admitted possessing cannabis in Craven Park, Kingsbury, on Monday, August 25, after officers stopped him in the afternoon that day on his way to carnival. The defendant, who is unemployed and lives with his mother, told police that it was not his intention to sell the 14.85 grams of cannabis he was carrying.
His lawyer told the court: "He left college last year and is looking for work. He is not in pursuit of any benefits and his mother gives him pocket money. He has a job interview in Boreham Wood later this afternoon as an administrative assistant. He understands that possession of cannibis is regarded seriously."
Johnson-Belle was given a conditional discharge for 12 months and charged him s85 costs.
Jay Agnew, 55, of Godfrey House, Bath Street, Islington, denied assaulting PC Pye in the course of her duty in Westbourne Park Road's junction with Great Western Street in Notting Hill on Sunday, August 24.
He also denied assaulting another female officer, PC Lathwood, and pleaded not guilty to possessing 270 milligrams of MDMA, a class A drug.
Agnew chose to be tried in crown court for the assault charges. A committal hearing will take place at West London Magistrates' Court on December 23.
Four more people appeared charged with assualting police officers or drugs possession.