The following people appeared at Doncaster Magistrates court charged with the following offences
n balby: A flasher has felt the long arm of the law after exposing himself in public. Adam Bradley Critchlow, 19, of Warmsworth Road, was ordered to pay £85 and made the subject of a 12 weeks community order after admitting indecently exposing himself on two occasions on January 13.
n wheatley HILLS: A thief has had a close shave after stealing an electric razor. Shane Dean Clark, 56, of Armthorpe Road, admitted taking the Remmington shaver and a pair of straighteners to the value of £209.98 from Boots on February 6. Clark was handed a six month conditional discharge.
n bentley: A metal thief has been made the subject of a community order. David James Andrew Smith, 27, of Elm Crescent, was ordered to carry out 80 hours unpaid work and pay £85 after admitting taking £1,000 worth of cable belonging to Bridon on January 28.
n scawthorpe: A man thought he could breath a sigh of relief after failing to provide a breath sample. But Anthony Clive Valentino, 51, of Amersall Crescent, was ordered to pay £300 and disqualified from driving for a year after failing to complete the test on January 30. Valentino pleaded guilty to the offence.
n rossington: A man has been left shattered after being made the subject of a community order for breaking a window. Andrew Ferguson Morgan, 25, of Chamossaire, admitted smashing the window on January 15 causing £100 of damage. Morgan was ordered to pay £100 in compensation and carry out 60 hours unpaid work as part of his nine month community order. Morgan was also made the subject of a restraining order.
n intake: A motorist is seeing red after being ordered to pay £165 for running through a traffic light. Gary Nigel Walsh, 39, of Warren Close was found guilty of driving through a red light on March 10 last year in York Road. He was also given three penalty points.