Court round-up

Scales of Justice
Scales of Justice

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

FISHLAKE: A 19-year-old has been ordered to carry out 120 hours unpaid work after taking a motorbike worth nearly £3,000. Thomas Buck, of Merryvale Farm, was also ordered to pay £200 compensation after he pleaded guilty to taking the Honda CBR on February 19.

EDLINGTON: A clean slate could now be on the cards for a man who nicked a bottle of washing up liquid. Kevin Fullerton, 27, of Staveley Street, stole the cleaning product worth £12 from the Edlington Co-Op on February 17. He was sentenced to four weeks behind bars after he admitted carrying out the theft just one week after he received a suspended sentence for a similar crime.

MEXBOROUGH: A thief won’t be celebrating in his prison cell after he broke a community order for stealing two bottles of champagne. Gavin Robson, of Pitt Street, was jailed for eight weeks for breaching a community order made on January 20 following a theft from Marks and Spencer.

BALBY: A 34-year-old man was hit with a nine-month community order after he assaulted a police officer. Anthony Paul, of Balby Road, admitted the attack on PC Shaun Wilkinson on December 9. He also pleaded guilty to wasting police time by submitting a false report to police.

BALBY: A convicted shoplifter has avoided jail after refusing to comply with court orders. Dariusz Roguszczak received a community order in September after stealing a £130 Olympus camera from Amazon in Balby. The 26-year-old admitted breaching his court order twice in January, Roguszczak received eight weeks jail suspended for 12 months, a 16 week curfew to remain at his home between 7pm and 5am and was ordered to pay £75 costs.

SUNNYFIELDS: A thief has been locked up for eight weeks for pinching 100 steel drums. Dean Lamb, 30, committed offences while on bail to crown court. Lamb, of Rosedale Road, pleaded guilty to theft after taking £300 worth of property from Bawtry Paintball Fields on December 22.

DENABY: A teenage vandal has been sentenced to 80 hours of unpaid work after causing £500 worth of damage to a front door. Adrian Rosol, 18, of Woodlands Way, was ordered to pay £250 compensation to his victim and £100 costs after he admitted the November 11 vandalism.

BALBY: Magistrates have ordered a man to undergo six month treatment for alcohol addiction. Jason Slack was caught unlawfully in Hatfield’s waste recycling centre on November 18. The 40-year-old of Marshall Avenue denied breaching The Vagrancy Act 1824 but changed his plea to guilty. He was ordered to pay £100 costs. Slack also admitted a similar offence after he was caught in another council waste dump in Dunscroft on January 24.