Court round-up: Doncaster Free Press November 21

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Court round-up: Doncaster Free Press November 21

Blake Heatley, 18, of Adwick Lane, must carry out seven hours of unpaid work and pay £75 after failing to obey a youth rehabilitation order.

An 18-year-old man who threatened violence has been given a community order.

Reece Connor Southgate, of Pasture Way, Tickhill, was given a six-week curfew from 7pm to 7am and must pay a £60 victim surcharge.

A handbag thief has been jailed for four weeks.

Carl Darren Riddiough, 26, of Carr House Road, Doncaster, stole the handbag containing an iPhone worth £550 on October 10. He pleaded guilty.

Scott Hall, 32, of no fixed address, has been jailed for eight weeks for not complying with a community order.

Jonathan Richard Wright, 31, of Sandal Road, Conisbrough, has been fined £75 for possessing class B drug cannabis. He must also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs, which will be taken from his benefits. He pleaded guilty.

A restraining order has been given to a man who harrassed, alarmed and distressed another man. David John Hale, 45, of Callander Court, Cantley, pleaded guilty and must pay out £140 including a £35 fine.

A man who stole two suitcases full of the possessions of a family preparing to go on holiday has been sent to prison for 12 weeks.

Paul Henry Whittaker, 33, of Broadwater Drive, Dunscroft, stole the suitcases containing holiday clothes, cosmetics and beach towels worth £2,000 on September 30. His guilty plea was taken into account when he was sentenced.

A man who admitted interfering with a car with the intent to steal it has been sent to prison for eight weeks.

Gavin Paul Platts, 33, of Miller Close, Thorne, also admitted stealing £16 worth of chocolate from the Factory Shop, Market Place. He must pay £16 compensation for the chocolate.