Court round-up

Scales of Justice
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The following people have appeared before magistrates in Doncaster on these charges:

MEXBOROUGH: A man who stole £3.99 of cider has been put under a curfew. Scott Brendan Sellars, 33, of Windmill Terrace, admitted taking the cider from a Co-op store on May 30. As part of his community sentence the defendant was put under a 7pm to 7am curfew until July 24. Sellars was also ordered to pay £3.99 in compensation to the supermarket and £85 in court costs.

BALBY: A 27-year-old who stole washing products has been told to clean up her act during a 16 week jail spell. Katie Mallett, 27, from Longfellow Road, was jailed after admitting stealing £49.52 from a Co-op in Scawthorpe on April 28 then a further £60.42 of washing products from Sainsbury’s in Balby on May 2. Two counts of failure to attend court were also taken into account. When given the chance to be put under a community order, Mallett said she wanted to be taken into custody.

HYDE PARK: A man has been fined £15 after pleading guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Doncaster Town Centre. Ralph Gordon Gilbert, 56, of Jarratt Street, admitted being drunk in Silver Street, on June 27. He was also ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge fee.

THORNE: A thief who stole £100 of meat and washing up liquid has been sent to the joint. Shane Adams Williams, 32, of King Edward Road, admitted the theft on June 11 from the Co-op in The Green, Thorne. He was jailed for 28 days, with magistrates taking three other offences into account. He was ordered to pay £162 in compensation to the Co-op.