Court round-up: Doncaster Free Press November 14

COURT: Court Case
COURT: Court Case

Round-up from Doncaster Magistrates’ Court:

Two football hooligans have been banned from football matches for three years after their thuggish behaviour at an away match. Daniel Hirst, 18, of Chayne Walk, Bawtry, and Daniel Jones, 18, of Limetree Grove, Thorne, pleaded guilty to offending at a match in Hartlepool, County Durham, in October last year. They must both also pay out £100.

Kerry Shantill Lee, 37, of Carr Hill, Balby, was fined £75 and told to pay costs of £65 after admitting to breaching the curfew that had been given to her at a previous court hearing.

A man who beat up a girl on Runnymede Road, Intake, has been given 140 hours of unpaid work. Nathan Druggitt, 18, of Milnrow View, Sheffield, admitted the offence. He must pay £200 compensation and a £60 surcharge.

An alcoholic is being sent for treatment after stealing five mobile phones worth £770 from Phone World on Silver Street. Daniel Sampson, 33, of Browning Avenue, Balby, pleaded guilty. He was also given a curfew and must pay £300 compensation, which will come out of his benefits.

Billy Dean Pye, 18, of Coronation Road, Stainforth, has been fined £50 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15 after failing to comply with the supervision requirements of a detention and training order.

Darren John Stanley, 25, of Great Central Avenue, must do 100 hours of unpaid work and pay £260 after twice assaulting his partner.

A man who used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour at Doncaster Royal Infirmary has been fined £110. Brian Thomas Gant, 60, of Dryden Road, Balby, pleaded guilty and must also pay £85 costs and a £20 surcharge.

Craig Alexander Thomas, 35, of Malvern Road, Intake, was jailed for 12 weeks after sending threatening texts. He pleaded guilty.