Court round-up

Scales of Justice
Scales of Justice

Cantley: A trampoline thief was hopping mad after he received a community order from magistrates. Michael McDonald, 41, of Acacia Road, has been ordered to carry out 40 hours unpaid work and comply with a supervision requirement after admitting taking the £99 trampoline from Asda on April 17. McDonald was also ordered to pay £184 in court costs and compensation.

Sunnyfields: Drug possession landed a Doncaster man with a community order. Darryl George Norman Barrett, 32, of Rosedale Road, must complete 40 hours unpaid work after admitting having a quantity of class A drug heroin in his possession on May 1.

Armthorpe: Taking a car without consent and causing £5,000 worth of damage resulted in a motorist being made the subject of a community order. Ashley Cooke, 22, of Jenkinson Grove, admitted taking the Suzuki Swift on April 11 without consent and causing the damage. Cooke was disqualified for driving for 12 months and ordered to pay £85 after also admitting driving without a licence or insurance.

Bentley: A cigarette thief was fuming after being made the subject of a community order. Tommy Todd, 19, of The Avenue, admitted taking £300 of cigarettes from Bentley Village Store on February 21.

stainforth: An alcohol thief has received a 12 month conditional discharge from magistrates. Terri Leanne Kime, 21, of West Avenue, received the court order after she pleaded guilty to shoplifting the alcohol worth £24.06 from Co-Op on April 28.