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

hyde PARK: A MAN has been ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work and stump up £100 for drug possession with intent to supply. Daniel Baines, 24, of St James Street pleaded guilty to having cannabis with intent to supply on January 19.

balby: A food thief was left with a bitter after taste after losing his freedom. James Michael Peers, 22, of Carr View Avenue, admitted taking cheese, bacon and lamb to the value of £33 from Iceland on May 12. Peers who committed the offence whilst being subject to a suspended sentence was handed a six week prison sentence consecutive to a 12 week sentence imposed for a burglary offence in 2011.

wheatley: A lead thief escaped a stint behind bars. Christopher Paul Hayes, 27, of Hardy Road, pleaded guilty to taking lead from Stephen Kerrigan on April 20. Hayes received a 12 month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £250 in compensation.

Balby: A supermarket thief has been made the subject of a community order after stealing £403 worth of products. Melissa Amy Wright, 18, of Victoria Road admitted taking the items from Tesco between January 21 and February 4. Wright was ordered to carry out 80 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay £403 to Tesco.

Dunscroft: A thug was ordered to pay £135 after assaulting another man. Jamie Watson, 31, of Hampton Road, admitted beating the man on January 2. He was discharged conditionally for 12 months and ordered to pay £50 compensation and court costs.

Askern: A thief was ordered to comply with a drug rehabilitation programme. Rachael Beet, 29, admitted taking £108.83 of household goods from B & M Stores on February 11. Beet was also ordered to comply with a nine month supervision requirement and pay £100.