COURT ROUND-UP: Latest convictions from Doncaster, Sheffield and Barnsley magistrates’ courts

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The following were convicted at Doncaster, Sheffield and Barnsley magistrates’ courts.

Doncaster

Addresses Doncaster unless stated

Jack Baker: aged 29, of Masefield Road, Wheatley Hills, driving without insurance, drug driving, failed to surrender to custody, community order, rehabilitation activity requirement, £335 costs, disqualified from obtaining a driving licence for 12 months.

David Pustaj: aged 20, of Baxter Avenue, Wheatley, driving without a licence, driving without insurance, carrying a knuckle duster in a public place without lawful authority, community order, unpaid work requirement, £170 costs, disqualified from obtaining a driving licence for 12 months, order for the knuckle duster to be destroyed.

Kelly Turner: aged 37, of no fixed address, failed to comply with requirements of a community order, order to continue, £75 costs.

Joshua Zack Hill: aged 22, of Marshgate, Town Centre, assaulted a person causing actual bodily harm, 13 weeks in prison, £115 costs.

Alastair Cawdron: aged 32, of Roland Place, Town Centre, assault, £60 fine, £30 compensation, £85 costs.

Michelle Tracy Goulding: aged 52, of Highfield Road, Town Centre, failed to attend a follow-up assessment at the police station, failed to surrender to custody, committed a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge, assault, 16 weeks in prison, £115 costs.

Curt Holbrook: aged 23, of no fixed address, failed to comply with supervision requirements following a period in prison, theft, eight weeks in prison, £75 compensation,

Craig Deakin: aged 41, of no fixed address, breach of restraining order, committed a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge, criminal damage, assault, 12 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, £62 compensation, £85 costs.

Ion Hodorog: aged 47, of Queen Street, Hexthorpe, drink driving, driving without insurance, community order, curfew requirement with electronic monitoring, unpaid work requirement, £170 costs, disqualified from obtaining a driving licence for 24 months.

Dean Nicholson: aged 45, of no fixed address, entered premises as a trespasser and stole items once inside, 12 weeks in prison, £520 compensation.

Michelle Andrea Kentish: aged 42, of Carr House Road, Hyde Park, theft, failed to surrender to custody, community order, rehabilitation activity requirement, £30 fine, £170 costs.

Joe McHale: aged 24, of no fixed address, criminal damage, assault, 12 weeks in prison suspended for 18 months, rehabilitation activity requirement, unpaid work requirement, £80 compensation, £200 costs.

Sara Howarth: aged 26, of Wainwright Road, Belle Vue, assault, theft, committed a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge, failed to provide a non-intimate sample, community order, rehabilitation activity requirement, £50 compensation, £135 costs.

Adam Richard Huges: aged 28, of Bawtry Road, Bessacarr, drunk and disorderly, comitted a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge, £450 fine, £115 costs.

Gary Brett Cooper: aged 44, of Don Street, Town Centre, failed to comply with supervision requirements following a period in prison, committed a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge, theft, six weeks in prison, £115 costs.

Stephen Farrar: aged 35, of no fixed address, failed to comply with the requirements of a community order, £40 fine.

Shaun Kelly: aged 49, of Queen Street, Balby, criminal damage, assault, assaulted a detention officer, resisted a police constable in the execution of their duty, failed to surrender to custody, possession of a class B drug, possession of a class A drug, carried a light with a blade attached in a public place without lawful authority, 16 weeks in prison, £115 costs, order for the destruction of the drugs, order for the destruction of the lighter.

Sam Anthony Scamans: aged 36, of Abingdon Road, Wheatley Hills, theft, £60 fine, £30 costs.

Lefa Bull: aged 25, of no fixed address, failed to comply with the notification requirements of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, eight weeks in prison, £115 costs.

Jamie Terance Lock: aged 32, of The Crescent, Woodlands, theft, failed to surrender to custody, six weeks in prison suspended for 12 months, £44.45 compensation, £30 costs.

Michael Wolverson: aged 48, of Doncaster Road, Highlands, breached domestic violence protection order, £50 fine.

Adam Hamer: aged 44, of Firebeck House, St James Street, Town Centre, using abusive language or behaviour to cause alarm and distress, £40 fine, £115 costs.

Marie Canning: aged 42, of Bentley Avenue, Balby, breached a public spaces protection order, £220 fine, £210 costs.

Kelly Coates: aged 39, of Earlsmere Avenue, Balby, breached a public spaces protection order, £220 fine, £210 costs.

Stephen Matthews: aged 51, of Stoneclose Avenue, Hexthorpe, breached a public spaces protection order, £220 fine, £210 costs.

Jason Oseman: aged 28, of Sheardown Street, Hexthorpe, breached a public spaces protection order, £100 fine, £110 costs.

Lorraine Woods: aged 45, of Cecil Avenue, Warmsworth, breached a public spaces protection order, £220 fine, £210 costs.

Sheffield

The following appeared before Sheffield Magistrates’ Court

Stewart Anthony Brown: aged 38, of Serlby House, St James Street, Town Centre, Doncaster, drunk and disorderly, £50 fine, £75 costs.

Barnsley

The following appeared before Barnsley Magistrates’ Court

Colin Barber: aged 58, of Hickleton Terrace, Thurnscoe, Rotherham, fraud, 40 weeks in prison suspended for two years, curfew requirement with electronic monitoring, £200 costs.

Terry Brown: aged 35, of Hirst Gate, Mexborough, assault, community order, rehabilitation activity requirement, unpaid work requirement, £170 costs.

David Leslie Farrah: aged 60, of Bridge Street, Swinton, criminal damage, community order, curfew requirement with electronic monitoring, restraining order imposed, £500 compensation, £40 costs.

Michael Anthony Pearson: aged 33, of Pleasent View, Cudworth, assault, committed a further offence while subject to a suspended sentence, 28 weeks in prison, £715 costs.