Court round-up

Around the courts
Around the courts

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

WHEATLEY: Magistrates have called time on a vandal visiting town centre pubs for six months.

Carl Queen was handed a six month order preventing him from entering licensed premises within 500 metres of the Mansion House.

Queen, 25, of Wheatley Hall Road, admitted criminal damage after a Motorola radio worth £300 belonging to Basir Ahmad was destroyed during a disturbance on May 15. He was also ordered to pay £234 compensation to Mr Ahmad and £85 costs.

MEXBOROUGH: A dirty neighbour has been handed a 12 month conditional discharge after failing to clean up her garden.

Emma McDowell breached an order telling her to clear the garden of her home in Byron Road of litter three times between February and March. The 35-year-old was also ordered to pay £200 costs to Doncaster Council after she admitted three offences under the Environmental Act 1990.

HIGHFIELDS: A motorist who failed to undertake a breath test has received a two year driving ban and 150 hours of unpaid work.

Dennis McInulty, of Coppice Road, admitted an offence under the Road Traffic Act 1988 following an incident on May 16. The 41-year-old was ordered to pay £85 costs.