The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court charged with the following offences
n WHEATLEY: A teenager has been sentenced to 200 hours of unpaid work in the community for assault.
Shannon Jarrold, 18, originally denied a charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm against Jade Frizzell, but changed her plea to guilty.
Jarrold, of Chester Road, was also ordered to pay £300 compensation to her victim following the April 6 attack.
Magistrates ruled an order banning the defendant from licensed premises was not necessary.
n HEXTHORPE: A convict has escaped jail for breaching a restraining order within one day of it being handed out.
Darren Humphrys flouted his order when he entered a home in Rossington on June 29.
Humphrys originally denied an offence under the Harassment Act but changed his plea to guilty.
The 18-year-old of Hexthorpe Road received 18 weeks jail suspended for 12 months and 60 hours of unpaid work.
n cantley: A drink driver has been banned from getting behind the wheel for 12 months and fined £200.
Ian Storey, 23, of Farnborough Drive, was also ordered to pay £100 costs after he pleaded guilty to driving an Audi car in Ellers Road, Bessacarr, while over the alcohol limit on June 11.
n BALBY: Magistrates have handed out a 12 month conditional discharge to a lout who abused a woman.
Gemma Commons, 26, of Ronald Road, was also fined £50 after she admitted using threatening behaviour towards Leanne Nettleton on September 4.
n DUNSVILLE: Driving when above the alcohol limit has ended with a motorist receiving an 18 month ban.
Adam Cording of St Lukes Close admitted drink driving after a Volkswagen Bora was stopped in High Street on September 4.
The 23-year-old was also fined £200 and ordered to pay £100 costs.
n INTAKE: A vandal has been ordered to keep away from a woman after damaging her property.
Andrew Merry, must not call at an address in Dunscroft or contact his victim until September 2013 after he smashed two windows during a disturbance on September 4.
Merry, 23, of Warwick Road, pleaded guilty to criminal damage.
n SCAWTHORPE: Magistrates have called time on a drunkard’s boozing.
Aaron Mitcheson has received a nine month drink banning order which prevents him entering all licensed premises after he was found drunk on September 3.
The 21-year-old was also fined £100 with £100 costs after he pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in public.
n ROSSINGTON: Assaulting a police officer has landed a man with 90 hours of unpaid work.
Stephen Warren, 52, of Bond Street admitted assaulting the officer during an altercation on September 3.
He was also ordered to pay £50 compensation to his victim and £85 costs.