Court round-up

Scales of Justice
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The following people appeared at Doncaster Magistrates Court charged with the following offences

toll BAR: A thief showed he was not the brightest after stealing a lamp. Anthony Brown, 38, of Northfield Avenue, admitted taking the £82.99 lamp from Perfect Home on February 4. He was also found guilty of stealing a £300 amplifier from Cash Generators on February 6. Brown was ordered to pay back the money for the stolen items and was also made the subject of a community order for 12 months by magistrates.

dunscroft: A man was made the subject of a community order after breaking the terms of his restraining order. Michael Francis Devlin, 22, of The Crescent, admitted banging on a window of a house and shouting to the occupant “you want to watch your back”. Devlin was made the subject of a supervision requirement as part of his community order and ordered to pay £85 in court costs.

moorends: Magistrates have ordered a man to complete a course to address his violent behaviour after he harassed a woman. Barry Moore, 46, of Marshland Road, admitted harassing the woman between February 1 and February 8 and was made the subject of a community order and ordered to stump up £85 in court costs.

mexborough: A driver was ordered to carry out 180 hours unpaid work after admitting a string of motoring offences. Cory Lee Smith, 21, of Windhill Crescent, admitted driving along Addison Road on February 19 whilst being disqualified from holding a licence and without insurance. Smith was also given eight penalty points and £85 in court costs.