The following people have appeared in Doncaster Magistrate’s court:
THORNE: A 39-year-old is facing a few quiet nights in after being put under curfew until August. Felix Ronnie Haraham of Gibbon Lane, was put under a 16 week curfew after pleading guilty to using threatening behaviour in Doncaster on March 5 this year. He must be at his home between 7pm and 7am and pay £85 costs.
BALBY: A wine thief has been locked up after admitting swiping two bottles from a supermarket. Daniel Arthur Boote admitted stealing the alcohol, worth £20.98 from Sainsburys on March 29. The 20-year-old of Wallace Road, was sent to a young offenders’ institution for 21 days due to a track record of similar crimes and ordered to pay £10.49 in compensation to the supermarket.
INTAKE: A 36-year-old is not smelling the sweet smell of success after pleading guilty to stealing £55.25 of body spray. Tony Mangham of Westminster Crescent, was told to pay back the cost of the body spray in compensation to the One Stop shop in Cantley, and was put under an 8pm to 7am curfew until May 28.
ROSSINGTON: A man who admitted stealing £76 of bacon and cheese from a supermarket has been ordered to complete rehab. John James Woolrich, 34, of West End Lane, admitted taking the chilled produce from the Co-op in Cantley in February. He was told to complete a six month drug rehabilitation course, complete 80 hours community service and pay £40 in compensation to Jack Fultons frozen food chain, for another offence, and £76.18 to the Co-op.
TOWN CENTRE: A 21-year-old caught dealing cannabis has been spared being sent to the joint. Kimba Mavambu of Church Way, pleaded guilty to supplying the class B drug between January 23 and February 12. He was put under a 7pm to 6am curfew until July 2 and must be under supervision for nine months. He was also ordered to pay £85 in costs.
BALBY: A 30-year-old took do it yourself to the next level by trespassing at a Homebase store to take three drills. Jamie Samuel Cole, of Sylvester Avenue, pleaded guilty to trespassing at the store in Wheatley Hall Road, on March 11, and taking the drills and accessories valued at £329.33. He was ordered to complete a nine-month treatment for alcohol dependency, be under a supervision order for 12-months, undertake 100 hours of unpaid community service and pay £500 compensation to Homebase.
WHEATLEY: A counterfeit booze seller is not in good spirits after being fined £300. Aamir Nasir, 27, of Wentworth Road, pleaded guilty to trying to sell 53 one-litre bottles of clear liquid, laimed to be vodka, which had counterfeited packaging. He was also told to pay a £15 victim surcharge, pay £120 to Doncaster Council and fined a further £150 for trying to sell 51 packets of cigarettes without the legal “Smoking Kills” health warnings on.
HYDE PARK: A 50-year-old has been ordered to carry our 180 hours of community service after being found with a lock knife. Steven Hudson, of St James’ Street, pleaded guilty to possessing a bladed weapon on April 2. He was also made to pay £85 in costs and the knife was confiscated and destroyed by the court.