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The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences

TOWN CENTRE: A drink driver must complete 70 hours of community service after he was caught by police outside his home.

Officers found Lee Gimblet, 33, of Milbanke Street, was over the legal limit when he was stopped behind the wheel of a Hyundai Accent.

He had earlier driven the vehicle into two cars parked in Windsor Road.

Gimblet pleaded guilty to charges of drink driving and failing to stop after causing damage to another vehicle. Both offences took place on May 8.

Magistrates ordered Gimblet to pay £85 costs and banned him from driving for 12 months.

BALBY: Harassing another man over a three week period has landed a 27-year-old with a one year restraining order.

Andrew McIntyre, of Cross Street, admitted pursuing Steven Lawton between June 1 and June 23 and verbally abusing his victim outside a property in Balby Road between June 20 and 23. McIntyre was fined £150 and ordered to pay £100 costs. He pleaded guilty to harassment.

HEXTHORPE: A yob has been handed 200 hours of unpaid work for his menacing behaviour.

Dawid Skowrocki, 24, of Gladstone Road, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive or insulting words which left others scared of violence on June 18. He must complete the community order within the next 12 months and also pay £85 costs.