Around the courts...

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

hyde PARK: A shoplifter was made the subject of a community order after admitting stealing food. Robert Lee Earl, 20, of Lime Tree Avenue, was ordered to complete 40 hours unpaid work as part of his punishment after taking food from One Stop on October 22. Earl was also ordered to stump up £155 by Doncaster magistrates.

conisbrough: A washing up liquid thief has been made the subject of a community order after coming clean. Tyrell Anthony Tullett. 35, of Elm Green Lane, admitted taking £62.40 of washing up liquid from Sainsbury’s on September 23. As part of his punishment Tullett was ordered to abide by a curfew and pay court costs.

conisbrough: A woman has escaped jail after stealing a handbag. Darleen Driver, 40, of Moat House Way was found guilty of taking a bag containing a BlackBerry mobile phone and make-up on July 15. Driver was handed a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £173 compensation to the owner of the bag and £150 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

edlington: The brakes have been put on a speeding motorist. Martin Gravil, 49, of Victoria Road admitted speeding after being caught doing 50 miles per hour in a 30 zone on August 15. Gravil was given four penalty points on his licence and ordered to pay £130.

armthorpe: A computer thief has been jailed. Tony Arron Ellison, 31, of Woodlea Grove, admitted taking the Acer laptop costing £526 from Brighthouse on October 13. Ellison was slapped with a 16 week sentence by Doncaster magistrates.

intake: A pensioner has been ined for failing to keep his dog under control. Terrence Merrick, 72, of Lothian Road admitted failing to keep the black and tan rottweiler under control and as a result a woman was injured. Merrick was ordered to pay £485 and warned that unless the dog is kept under control with a muzzle and lead in public and secured whilst at home it must be destroyed.

warmsworth: A motorist has been banned from driving after being caught over the drink driving limit. David Brian Camm, 58, of Glebe Street, was disqualified from driving for three years, made the subject of a community order and ordered to pay £145 after admitting being over the limit on October 26 whilst driving along Spring Lane. Camm was found to be nearly double the drink driving limit.