Court round-up

Scales of Justice
Scales of Justice

The following people have appeared before magistrates in Doncaster on the following offences:

HYDE PARK: A shoplifter has been ordered to undergo nine months treatment for drug addiction. Craig Bucknell admitted stealing just over £200 worth of meat from Tesco on May 17. Bucknell, 35, of Wainwright Road, was also ordered to pay £107 compensation to Tesco in Church View and £85 costs. He was subject to a conditional discharge at the time.

SPROTBROUGH: A teenager has been banned from the Frenchgate Centre for threatening behaviour. Jake Hayes, of Sprotbrough Road, cannot enter the centre between 5pm and 7am for three months and must carry out 60 hours of unpaid work. The 18-year-old admitted a Public Order Act offence following the July 2 disturbance.

LAKESIDE: Magistrates have given a drink driver caught more than twice over the limit a two year ban. James Fennelly admitted failing to stop and driving when above the limit after police tried to pull over an Audi A4 in Trafford Way on June 19. The 31-year-old of Kentmere Drive was fined £500 with £100 costs.

BENTLEY: AN alcohol thief has been left in a more sober mood after being tagged for four weeks. Andrew Wilson, 27, must remain at his home in Church Street between 8pm and 7am after he admitted stealing a £12 bottle of Bacardi from the Co-op on June 9. He also asked for another offence to be taken into consideration.

HYDE PARK: DRIVING in the town centre without insurance has costs a motorists £200 and seen his licence endorsed with eight points. Julian Brown, 40, of St James’ Street, pleaded guilty to the offence after a Peugeot 206 was stopped in Hall Gate on April 13. He was fined £150 with £50 costs.