Court round-up: Latest convictions at Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley magistrates’ courts

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The following were convicted at Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley magistrates’ courts between Thursday, November 5, and Thursday, November 12.

Doncaster

All addresses Doncaster unless otherwise stated.

Assault: Andrew Lavin, aged 36, of Highfield Road, Conisbrough, pleaded guilty, two months’ jail.

Theft: Jamie Cole, 33, of Palmer Street, Hyde Park, pleaded guilty, 26 weeks’ jail; Bothwell Zvekare, 26, of Wharf Road, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, six weeks’ jail.

Criminal damage: John Jenkins, 34, of Coronation Road, Stainforth, pleaded guilty, six weeks’ jail suspended for 12 months, restraining order imposed, £200 compensation, £85 costs.

Theft: Tyrell Tullett, 38, of Elm Green Lane, Conisbrough, pleaded guilty, community order, £52 compensation; Derek Smith, 37, of Fenland Road, Thorne, pleaded guilty, 10 days’ jail; Shane Clark, 60, of Grainger Close, Edlington, pleaded guilty, six weeks’ jail.

Driving without insurance: Simon Booth, 34, of Carr View, Balby, pleaded guilty, community order with 100 hours unpaid work supervised, £85 costs, 12-month driving ban.

Theft: Michelle Goulding, 50, of The Oval, Conisbrough, pleaded guilty, 18 weeks’ jail.

Handling stolen goods: Terry Barrass, 37, of Gayton Close, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, three months’ jail.

Breach of restraining order: Richard Breach, 43, of Sheffield Road, Rotherham, pleaded guilty, 10 weeks’ jail.

Failing to provide breath sample to police: Joseph Randle, 30, of The Avenue, Campsall, pleaded guilty, nine weeks’ jail, five years’ driving ban, £85 costs.

Threatening behaviour: Adam Brown, 20, of Church Lane, Wadworth, pleaded guilty, community order with 100 hours’ unpaid work supervised, £85 costs; Connor Egan, 19, of Canal View, Thorne, pleaded guilty, £500 fine, £85 costs.

Theft: Carl Jebb, 29, of Bentley Road, Bentley, pleaded guilty, two months’ jail suspended for 12 months, £85 costs.

Threatening behaviour: Adam Lowe, 21, of Buckingham Road, Denaby, pleaded guilty, community order, five years’ football banning order, £85 costs; Connor Mulligan, 19, of Chestnut Avenue, Armthorpe, pleaded guilty, community order with 100 hours’ unpaid work supervised, £85 costs; Marcus Walker, 19, of Barnsley Road, Moorends, pleaded guilty, £200 fine, £85 costs.

Theft: Stephanie Atherton, 32, of St James Street, Hyde Park, pleaded guilty, two years’ conditional discharge, £85 costs.

Racially aggravated assault: Clive Lawrence, 44, of Harthill Road, Conisbrough, pleaded guilty, community order with 200 hours’ unpaid work supervised, £304 compensation, £85 costs.

Drug possession: Dominic Ward, 36, of Middleham Road, Cantley, pleaded guilty, £50 fine, £85 costs.

Drunk and disorderly: Ryan Gelder, 36, of Rutland Street, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, £250 fine, £30 compensation.

Drink-driving: Jack Reed, 27, of Brampton Lane, Armthorpe, pleaded guilty, three years’ driving ban, £120 fine, £85 costs.

Theft: Dale White, 35, of Lake Road, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, community order with drug rehabilitation requirement, £37 compensation; William Boyce, 47, of Millbank Street, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, 10 weeks’ jail, £69 compensation; Thomas Miller, 23, of Broxholme Lane, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, four months’ jail, £80 compensation; William Andrews, 45, of Bowling Green Road, Gainsbrough, Lincolnshire, pleaded guilty, 10 weeks’ jail.

Failing to stop when asked to do so by police: David Greasby, 34, of Wolsey Avenue, Intake, pleaded guilty, £100 fine.

Criminal damage: Rachel Nicholson, 27, of Chichester Walk, Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, pleaded guilty, community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, restraining order imposed, £166 compensation; Danielle Whiting, 27, of Whitegate Road, Thorne, pleaded guilty, community order with 80 hours’ unpaid work supervised, £166 compensation.

Assault: Andrew Bellingham, 33, of St Vincent’s Avenue, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, 18-month conditional discharge, £85 costs; Janina Lendzioszek, 49, of Hexthorpe Road, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, four month’s jail.

Dangerous driving: Kyle Shaw, 23, of Oak Court, Mexborough, pleaded guilty, community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, £85 costs, 12-month driving ban.

Theft: Paul Moore, 48, of College Road, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, £45 compensation, £85 costs; Steven Bewley, 30, of Tenter Road, Warmsworth, pleaded guilty, 12-month conditional discharge, £85 costs.

Threatening behaviour: Kirsty Higgs, 22, of Wolsey Avenue, Intake, pleaded guilty, restraining order imposed, £110 fine, £85 costs.

Resisting police in the execution of their duty: Mark Metcalfe, 42, of Armthorpe Road, Wheatley Hills, pleaded guilty, community order with curfew requirement.

Attempted theft: Ricky Redmile, 20, of Myrtle Road, Dunscroft, pleaded guilty, community order with curfew requirement, £85 costs; Paul Whittaker, 35, of Myrtle Road, Dunscroft, pleaded guilty, community order with drug rehabilitation requirement, £85 costs.

Criminal damage: Glen Waite, 31, of Fisher Street, Bentley, pleaded guilty, community order with curfew requirement, £200 compensation, £85 costs.

Possession of a mobile phone while in prison: Louis Robson, 23, of HMP Marshgate Doncaster, six months’ jail.

Harassment: Thomas Day, 29, of no fixed address, no plea indicated, community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, restraining order imposed, £100 compensation, £85 costs. Alan Henson, 53, of Austerfield Avenue, Doncaster, pleaded guilty, community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, £85 costs.

Rotherham

All addresses Rotherham unless otherwise stated.

Assault: Mark White, 41, of Rawmarsh Hill, Parkgate, pleaded guilty, three months’ jail, £100 compensation, £85 costs.

Breach of restraining order: Andrew McLaren, 31, of no fixed abode, one months’ jail.

Barnsley

All addresses Barnsley unless otherwise stated.

Theft: Ryan Houlston, 29, of Race Street, Town End, pleaded guilty, 10 weeks’ jail; Stephen Riley, 39, of Barnsley Road, Wombwell, pleaded not guilty, community order with curfew requirement, £252 compensation, £500 costs.