The following people appeared at Doncaster Magistrates Court charged with the following offences...
wheatley: A thief has not come up smelling of roses after stealing more than £60 of toiletries. Kea Hollandia Tetley, 28, of Chester Road was handed a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £15 after admitting taking the products costing £62 from Boots on November 8.
wadworth: Driving without due care and attention resulted in a two year driving ban for a motorist. Ali Reza Khazaei, 35, of Osberton Street denied driving without due care and attention along Christ Church Road on August 10, but was found guilty by Doncaster Magistrates. Khazaei was also fined £800 and ordered to pay court costs of £450. Magistrates said the motorist was disqualified due to repeat offending.
town CENTRE: A thief is in bad spirits after being sent to prison for stealing Whisky. Jamie Terance Lock, 27, of Glyn Avenue, admitted taking two bottles of whisky costing £50 from Marks & Spencers on October 9. Lock was sentenced to 31 weeks in prison as the offence was committed whilst on bail. Lock also admitted two counts of failing to surrender to custody on October 21 and November 2 and admitted and stealing toiletries from Sainsbury’s on October 24.