Court round-up

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THE following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences.

DUNSCROFT: A teenage reveller has had time called on his boozing by magistrates. Daniel Turner has received a 12 month drink banning order preventing from entering any pub or club in the Doncaster borough. The 19-year-old of Craven Road was also fined £105 with £100 costs after he admitted being drunk and disorderly following a disturbance in Lazarus Court on January 7.

THORNE: A thief has been sent back to jail after re-offending within days of his release. Shane Williams, of Fieldside, had just finished a six month jail term for theft offences when he pinched nearly £30 worth of meat from the Co-op in Thorne on January 15. He also stole just over £6 worth of alcohol from McColls on October 6. Williams, 31, was jailed for 114 days after he admitted two offence of shoplifting.

ARMTHORPE: Assaulting a woman on New Year’s Day has landed a man with 120 hours of unpaid work. Scott Gawthorpe must also pay his victim £200 compensation and not contact her until January 2014 after he was handed a restraining order. Gawthorpe, 26, of Barber Close, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault.

MOORENDS: A vandal who refused to comply with a community order has been locked up. Mark Nason has now been jailed for 28 days after causing £468 worth of damage to two windows belonging to Doncaster Council. The 33-year-old of Broadbent Gate Road admitted criminal damage following the January 15 incident. He also admitted failing to attend a follow up drugs assessment two days later.

HIGHFIELDS: Magistrates have fined a man £65 with £100 costs for being drunk and disorderly in public. Scott Byers, 39, of Coppice Road, pleaded guilty to the January 19 offence.

WHEATLEY: A drink driver has received an 18 month motoring ban after he was caught twice over the limit. Lewis Bean, 19, of Thorne Road, was also fined £350 with £100 costs. He pleaded guilty to driving a Vauxhall Insignia ion Thorne Road on January 11 when above the alcohol limit.

BALBY: Magistrates have flexed their legal muscles by sentencing a protein shake thief to an eight week curfew. Simon Callaghan must now remain at his home in Lister Avenue between 7pm and 7am after he stole nearly £40 worth of Maxi Muscle Protein Shake from Asda on December 1. The 20-year-old was also ordered to pay £35 costs.

SKELLOW: A man has received 40 hours of unpaid work for using threatening behaviour. Alan Harrison, 32, of Repton Road, admitted breaching the Public Order Act during an altercation on January 11. He was also ordered to pay £85 costs.

TOWN CENTRE: A man has been banned from carrying screwdrivers after he was caught with one of the tools near Doncaster town centre. Magistrates varied the condition of John Stoakes’ anti-social behaviour order after he was caught in Thorne Road with a screwdriver on November 29. Stoakes, 25, claimed it was for protection. The defendant, of Highfield Road, was also jailed for ten weeks after he pleaded guilty to breaching the Prevention of Crime Act 1953.