The following people have appeared at Doncaster Magistrates Court this week:
n TOWN CENTRE: A 39-year-old will be feeling sober for the next nine-months after being banned from town centre pubs. David Markham, of Wharf Road, Doncaster, admitted being drunk and disorderly in the town centre on February 13. He has been banned from entering any premises licensed to serve alcohol until November. Markham was also fined £75 with £65 costs.
n TOWN CENTRE: A serial shoplifter was hoping someone would save his bacon after getting caught stealing three packs of pork loins. Jamie Terance Lock, 26, of Wharf Road, Doncaster, was jailed for 14 days after admitting the theft of the meat and a bottle of coffee flavoured liqueur worth £12.96 from Lidl. Because his offence was committed within such a short space of time after leaving jail following another theft offence, he has been ordered to serve the rest of an eight month sentence handed to him last November.
n DENABY: A booze thief has been ordered to pay a £100 fine after admitting taking whiskey worth £14. Emma Michelle Spooner, 31, of Harlington Court, was also ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs. She pleaded guilty to stealing the two small bottles of alcohol from Asda on February 11.
n ARMTHORPE: A 22-year-old woman has been fined £100 for assaulting another girl. Amy Stevenson of Lime Tree Avenue, was also told to pay £50 compensation to her victim after admitting the attack which took place in October last year. She will also have to pay £15 in victim surcharge and £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.