Court round-up

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n HYDE PARK: A chicken thief has fallen fowl of the law after he was ordered to undergo treatment for drug addiction. Wayne Mullins, 29, of Childers Street, pleaded guilty to shoplifting after taking the meat worth £5 from Crawshaw butchers on November 11. He was ordered to pay £100 costs.

n THORNE: The number is up for a teenager who stole car registration plates and petrol. Damien Hunsley, of North Eastern Road, had been given a community order following the number-plate theft on February 16 this year. He was given another order for driving off from a petrol station on February 24 without paying for £50.88 worth of fuel. But he failed to comply with the requirements of the orders and was hauled before Doncaster magistrates again. Now Hunsley, 19, has been told he must complete 65 hours of unpaid work for each offence, and also pay £75 costs.

n askern: A woman has been ordered to pay £100 compensation to her assault victim. Chloe Butler must also remain at her home in Rusky Moor Lane, between 8pm and 6am daily for eight weeks after magistrates tagged her, The 22-year-old admitted assaulting Joanne Scrivens during an altercation on September 24. She was also ordered to pay £85 costs.

n Driving off without paying for fuel has landed a thief with 80 hours unpaid work and a 28 day motoring ban. Marc Wright, admitted stealing just over £60 worth of fuel on November 9. He also asked for three other offences to be taken into consideration. Wright, 26, of Morrison Drive was ordered to pay nearly £190 compensation to Total Garage and the Corner Garage, both in Bawtry.

n EDLINGTON: Stealing a £5.99 bottle of wine turned into an expensive drink for a shoplifter. Keeley Heeson, 29, of Princes Crescent, was fined £75 with £100 costs after she admitted taking the plonk from Marks and Spencer in Doncaster town centre on November 20.