Court round-up

The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates Court this week:

n CARCROFT: A 44-year-old has had his bad behaviour stamped out after being ordered to pay £100 for harassing a woman with letters. Paul Morris of Edward Road, pleaded guilty to trespassing and harassing a woman by sending her letters between September and November last year. He has been ordered by Doncaster magistrates to pay her compensation and was placed under a 12-month supervision order.

n HYDE PARK: A pastry thief has been made to eat humble pie after being fined £50 for stealing pasties and sausage rolls worth just £14. Adam James Read, 21, St James’ Street, pleaded guilty to the theft and was also ordered to repay the £14.63 to the BP service station in Balby Road, with a £15 victim surcharge on top.

n Balby: A man has been made subject to a two year supervision order after admitting an assaulting a woman. Craig Hardy, 27, of Belgrave Court, has been ordered to complete a domestic abuse programme and pay £85 costs. He admitted the December 5 assault.

n CONISBROUGH: A motorist has paid a hefty premium for driving a car without insurance. Lee David Moxon, 23, was fined £150 and ordered to pay £100 in fees after being caught driving a Ford Focus along Bolton Street in Denaby Main on November 3, last year, without the correct documentation. Moxon, of Malt House Way, did not appear at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court when he was banned from driving for nine-months due to his previous motoring convictions.