The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences
THORNE: A drug addict who went on stealing spree to fund his habit has been locked up for ten weeks. David Seaton was jailed after breaching the terms of a suspended sentence. Seaton, 44, of Highfield Crescent, pinched nearly £160 worth of goods between September 20 and October 25 including razors hair dye, cleaning products and meat. Seaton originally denied four counts of shoplifting but changed his plea to guilty.
BALBY: A drink driver caught more than three times above the limit has been ordered to undergo nine months treatment for alcohol addiction. When Adele Davison was stopped driving a Mitsubishi Shogun in Wong Lane on October 2 she had 115 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35. The 44-year-old of Rose Avenue received a 28 month ban and was ordered to pay £85 costs after she admitted driving when above the alcohol limit.
WHEATLEY: Magistrates have handed out a four week curfew to a thief who stole jewellery, underwear and food. Kirsty Mullen, 22, must remain indoors between 7.30pm and 6am and undergo nine months drugs rehabilitation. Mullen, of Woodhouse Road admitted stealing £30.50 worth of goods from Asda on October 6.
HEXTHORPE: A shoplifter is no longer smelling so sweet after he was caught stealing fragrance. Daniel Lesley was handed a two weeks curfew to remain at his home in Beaconsfield Road. He admitted an offence of theft after taking a £37 Ralph Lauren gift set from Boots on October 28.
ROSSINGTON: A raider who entered a property with the intention of stealing has been tagged. Greg Letch must now remain at his home in Holmes Carr Road between 7.30pm and 6am for eight weeks and carry out 180 hours of unpaid work following the incident in Junction Road on October 29. He was also ordered to pay £500 compensation to Howard Johnson. The 31-year-old pleaded guilty to breaching the Criminal Attempts Act 1981.
Moorends: Drink driving cost a Doncaster motorist his licence. Mark Thomas Lavery, 50, of Locarno Road, pleaded guilty to driving along his street while more than twice over the legal drink driving limit on October 7. Lavery was ordered to pay £380 and banned from driving for 20 months.
THORNE: A make-up thief was made the subject of a community order and fined. Jason Leslie Pyatt, 39, of Belmont Terrace, admitted taking £38.97 of make-up from Boots on October 15. Pyatt was ordered to carry out 50 hours of unpaid work and pay the money back to Boots.
SPROTBROUGH: A jewellery thief has been handed a community order after his love of bling got the better of him. Peter Philip Butler, 24, admitted a theft charge after stealing a £2,371 yellow gold chain from Capricorn Fine Jewellers in Silver Street on October 11. Butler, of Ashburnham Gardens, was ordered to comply with a four week curfew.
HYDE PARK: Every little did not help one man who admitted stealing Tesco vouchers to buy food and alcohol. Michael Smith, of Prospect Place, took vouchers worth £69 which were in somebody else’s name on April 26. He was given a 16-week prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. He also has to complete 100 hours unpaid work and pay £69 compensation. Smith also received a 16 weeks concurrent suspended sentence after pleading guilty to stealing items worth over £1,100. He was ordered to complete 100 hours unpaid work and pay £100 in compensation following the theft on June 6.
n wheatley: Blocking a zebra crossing with his car cost a motorist £275. Paul Andrew Carson, 43, of Beckett Road, was fined £175, and had three points endorsed on his licence after he was found guilty of the July 11 offence.
ARMTHORPE: A thief has been tagged for eight weeks for stealing whiskey. Thomas John Crook, 30, of Beech Road, admitted shoplifting after pinching the £40.98 bottle from the Co-op on October 18.