Court round-up

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

BALBY: A drunken thug has avoided jail for a “serious and sustained attack” on a woman. David Holbrey received 16 weeks jail suspended for 18 months after magistrates gave him credit for his guilty plea. Holbrey, 20, of Woodfield Road, was ordered to pay £85 costs and complete an 18 month supervision order following the February 25 offence.

CANTLEY: A drink driver has received a 12 month ban. Fallon Jade Kizzi Tobin, 26, of Aintree Avenue, was also fined £110 with £165 costs after she pleaded guilty to driving a Renault Clio in Everingham Road on January 14 when above the legal limit.

MEXBOROUGH: A metal thief has been ordered to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work. William Binks, was caught with metal signs worth £120 on February 12 when already subject to a conditional discharge for burglary. Binks, 42, of Chaucer Road, was ordered to pay £85 costs after he admitted theft.

SKELLOW: Driving without insurance has cost a 24-year-old motorist £250. Philip Harrison, of Elm Road, admitted the offence after a Ford Fiesta was stopped in Amersall Road on October 29. He was fined £200 with £50 costs.

EDLINGTON: A noisy neighbour has had hundreds of pounds of electrical equipment seized. A hi-fi, TVs, DVD recorder and speakers were among the items confiscated from Damien Smithyman after he flouted a council order demanding he turned down the noise coming from his home in Linen Grove. The 21-year-old was fined £60 and ordered to pay nearly £400 costs. He pleaded guilty to breaching the Environmental Protection Act on January 8.

mexborough: A woman has escaped jail after pleading guilty to heroin possession. Faye Catherine Pendlebury, 37, of Britain Street, was instead handed a 12 month conditional discharge after being caught with three wraps of heroin on March 22. No order for costs was made as Pendlebury already owes money in fines.

bentley: A beer thief was left with a bitter taste in his mouth after being ordered to carry out 80 hours unpaid work. Michael Siddall, 43, of High Street, admitted taking £17.01 of beer from One Stop Shop on February 22. Siddall was also ordered to pay £10.55 in compensation for the crime.

hyde PARK: Failing to pick up dog poo landed a Doncaster pensioner with a £232 court bill. Derek Burns, 65, of North Street admitted the offence that took place on September 2 last year when he was out walking his dog.

stainforth: A litter bug is fuming after being left with a £237 bill for dropping her cigarette. Joanne Carstairs, 35, of Chestnut Avenue admitted throwing the cigarette in St Sepulchre Gate on October 5 last year. As part of the fine Carstairs was ordered to pay Doncaster Council £167.