Court round-up

Scales of Justice
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The following people have appeared before magistrates in Doncaster:

MEXBOROUGH: A 24-year-old has paid the premium for driving without insurance or a licence. Paul Aaron Eardley of Chaucer Road, was found guilty by magistrates of two driving offences on Sunday, June 3, even though he was not in court. He was fined £150, for the incident involving a Ford Fiesta in Gattison Lane, Rossington, as well been ordered to pay £100 costs. He was also disqualified from driving for six months.

HATFIELD WOODHOUSE: A man who damaged £150 worth of glass has been given a conditional discharge and told to pay £150 in compensation. Joseph Allcock, 19, of Moss Croft Lane, pleaded guilty to criminal damage following an incident on August 29 at a property in Large Square, Stainforth. He was told to pay the compensation to the owner of the window and had a restraining order made against him so he can not contact her, or enter Stainforth until September 2013.

TOWN CENTRE: A meat thief has been sent to the joint for 28-days after admitted stealing from Marks and Spencer. Christopher Francis Burke, 39, of Wharf Road, admitted taking £40 worth of meat products on August 28 and was jailed due to a previous record of similar crimes.