The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences
Skellow: Trespassing on a railway cost a Doncaster man £90.
Jason Alexander Adams, 38, of Repton Road, Skellow, pleaded guilty to trespassing on the lines owned by Network Rail in Arksey on July 30.
He was ordered to pay £90 by Doncaster magistrates.
Bentley: A computer thief was handed a six month conditional discharge and a fine.
Simon Albert Hall, 26, of Hunt Lane, Bentley, admitted stealing a Nintendo Wii and Accessories to the value of £200 belonging to a woman.
Hall also pleaded guilty to causing £50 of damage to a window in the woman’s home during the incident on September 18.
He was ordered to pay £103 as well as the six-month conditional discharge.
Town Centre: A thief was left reeling after being caught stealing a GPS style fish finder.
Jonathon Lee, 35, of Gordon Street pleaded guilty to taking the £219.99 product from Clas Ohlson on October 21.
He was made the subject of a community order and must comply with a drug rehabilitation order.
Magistrates also slapped him with an £85 bill for court costs.
Bentley: A driver has been jailed after committing a catalogue of motoring offences.
Richard Kevin Stothard, 30, of Queens Drive, Bentley, Doncaster was sentenced to ten weeks in prison and banned from driving for four years.
Stothard pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified, driving over the legal drink driving limit, taking a vehicle without consent and driving without insurance. The offences took place on October 26
Intake: Using a mobile phone while driving cost a Doncaster motorist £275.
Samantha Jane Houston, 27, of Dudley Road, Intake, pleaded guilty to driving a Ford Fiesta along Sandringham Road, Intake, while using a phone on May 9.
Houston was also give three penalty points by Magistrates in Doncaster.
Woodlands: A Doncaster drinker was left with more than just a bar bill after being fined for being drunk and disorderly.
Alan James Hamilton, 24, of Crescent, Woodlands, pleaded guilty to the offence that was committed in St James Street, Hyde Park on October 22.
Hamilton was give a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £85 by magistrates.
A drink banning order was not imposed.
Woodlands: Causing criminal damage cost a man £300 and a 12 month conditional discharge.
Stephen Peter Kelly, 26, of North Avenue, Bawtry, was ordered to pay the compensation after damaging Station Hotel in Bawtry.
Kelly pleaded guilty to the offence.
Hexthorpe: A thug has been fined £75 for threatening someone.
Christopher Paul Sanderson, 25, of Abbott Street, Hexthorpe was also ordered to £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge after admitting the offence that took place on October 21, He pleaded guilty to the offence.