THE following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences.
EDLINGTON: Stealing alcohol worth just under £11 from Marks and Spencer has cost a thief £85 in court costs. Craig Rutherford, 30, of Kings Crescent, also received a 12 month conditional discharge after he admitted shoplifting following the November 10 offence.
CONISBROUGH: A young man has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work and has been banned from village pubs after breaching a restraining order. Peter McGuire breached a court order when he contacted a woman on September 10. McGuire, of Maple Grove originally denied breaking the order but changed his plea to guilty. He was ordered to pay £100 costs and was handed an order not to enter licensed premises in Rossington for three months.
DENABY: Using threatening behaviour has landed a 23-year-old with a 12 month conditional discharge. Ryan Shaw, of Tadcaster Close, admitted breaching the Public Order Act following a disturbance on November 9. He was ordered to pay £85 costs.
WHEATLEY: A vandal has been locked up after damaging two windows and a lava lamp belonging to a woman. David Fielding, 43, was jailed for six weeks following a disturbance on November 10. Fielding, of Chester Road pleaded guilty to criminal damage. Magistrates heard he had had previous issues with the woman.
BALBY: A thief with a champagne mouth but lemonade pockets has been made the subject of a community order after stealing a bottle of booze. Robert William Stembridge, 37, of Swinburne Avenue, was also ordered to pay £100 in costs after pleading guilty to taking the £30 bottle of champagne from Marks and Spencer on October 23. As part of the community order Stembridge must comply with a nine month supervision order and complete a drug rehabilitation programme.
WHEATLEY HILLS: It was more than a close shave for a razor thief who was left £300 out of pocket. Shane Dean Clark, 56, of Armthorpe Road, pleaded guilty to stealing two electric razors to the value of £100 from Boots on October 10. Clark was also fined £100 and was ordered to stump up £100 in compensation as well as a further £100 in court costs by Doncaster magistrates.
EDLINGTON: A thief who stole nearly £200 of Oil of Olay products is not loving the skin he’s in after being slapped with a prison sentence. Andrew William Wilson, admitted taking the products from Boots on October 17 and admitted a further offence of stealing £50.75 of alcohol from Lidl supermarkert on November 11. Wilson, 27, of Grange Lane, was given two consecutive six week prison sentences by Doncaster magistrates.
ASKERN: A noisy neighbour has been fined £100 for failing to turn down her music. Anna Marie Hardy has now had a stereo system seized by Doncaster Council after breaching an order demanding she stopped playing loud music at a property in Kings Road. The 31-year-old of Avenue Road was also ordered to pay nearly £540 costs after she admitted breaching the Environmental Protection Act during the incident on August 24.
MEXBOROUGH: A benefits cheat has been ordered to pay out more than £300. Michelle Law, 44, admitted an offence under the Social Security Administration Act after she failed to tell the authorities that her income from her job with Sue Ryder Care had increased. Her offending took place between April 2009 and October 2010. Law, of Wellington Street was fined £70 with £245 costs. She originally denied the charge but changed her plea.
SPROTBROUGH: Using threatening language has landed a young man with a ten week curfew. Luke Reeves-King must remain at his home in Crompton Avenue between 6pm and 6am daily. The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to an offence under the Public Order Act following an altercation on November 11.