COURTS ROUND-UP - latest from Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley

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Here are the latest appearances from magistrates courts in Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley.

Doncaster

All addresses are Doncaster unless otherwise stated

Driving without insurance: Molly Frith, 18, of Harlington Road, Mexborough, pleaded guilty to driving a Vauxhall Astra while disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence, without insurance, taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent causing £5,000 worth of damage and failing to give a breath test on August 29 at Rotherham. Curfew for 16 weeks between the hours of 8pm and 8am Wednesday to Sunday and 9am and 8am Mondays and Tuesdays, disqualifed from holding a licence for two years, victim surcharge £60, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150.

Drink driving: Jay Brian Shephard, 29, of High Street, Mexborough pleaded guilty to driving while over the limit on May 21 in Doncaster. He was found to have 209 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 milliltres of blood, the legal limit being 80mg. Community order to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, victim surcharge £60, costs £85, criminal court charge £150. He was also disqualifed from holding a driving licence for 36 months.

Assault: Philip Robson, 48, of Mansfield Crescent, Armthorpe, pleaded guilty to assault by beating on June 22. Community order to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, victim surcharge £60, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150.

Drink driving: Emery Sinduhije, 45, of Elsworth Close, Hyde Park, pleaded guilty to driving over the limit, driving whilst disqualified and without insurance on August 22. He was found driving with 101 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 milliltres of breath, the legal limit being 35mg. Twelve week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, victim surcharge £80, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150, disqualified from holding a driving licence for three years.

Assault: David Anthony Hodgson, 27, of Northfield Avenue, Toll Bar, pleaded guilty to assault by beating on June 20. Community order to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months, compensation £50, victim surcharge £60, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150.

Theft: Jayne Marie Kirby, 35, of Ascot Avenue, Cantley, pleaded guilty to four charges of theft and one of assault on April 21. Items stolen included swimwear and childrenswear from BHS. Curfew for 12 weeks between 9am and 7am, compensation £60, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150.

Assault: Paul McNally, 36, of Cheswold Lane, was found guilty of assault on June 5. Three year conditional discharge, victim surcharge £15.

Drug possession: Alan Geoff Fisher, 36, of Dorchester Road, Harworth, pleaded guilty to possession of 256mg of the Class A drug diamorphine on May 13 and driving whilst unfit through drugs. Community order to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months, victim surcharge £60, costs of £85.

Assault: Darren Robson, 42, of Staveley Street, Edlington, pleaded guilty to assaulting two police constables in the execution of their duty on August 31. Community order to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months, two lots of compensation totalling £500, criminal courts charge £150.

Fraud: Michelle Parr, 34, of Kingslyn Terrace, York, was found guilty of dishonestly making a false representation, namely madking an order to Studio catalogue and receiving goods intending to make a gain of £578.86 ibn Doncaster on April 26. Community order to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months, compensation £578.86, victim surcharge £60, costs £400, criminal courts charge £520.

Drug production: Michael Dennis Priestley, 43, of High Street, Barnburgh, pleaded guilty to producing a quantity of the Class B drug canabis on July 17. Curfew for six weeks between 7pm and 7am, victim surcharge £60, costs £85, criminal courts charge £180.

Assault: Christy Jones, 25, of Brookfield Avenue, Swinton, pleaded guilty to assault on March 13. Curfew for six weeks between 7pm and 7am, compensation £60, victim surcharge £60, costs £85.

Rotherham

All addresses are Rotherham unless otherwise stated

Criminal damage: Mark Lee Atkinson, 43, of Hague Avenue, Rawmarsh, pleaded guilty to destroying an upstairs window belong to Yorkshire Housing on August 16. Community order of 20 days rehabilitation activity, £10 fine, £60 victim surcharge, costs £85, criminal courts charge £150.

Theft: Janice Marie Rose, 39, of Herringthorpe Valley Road, pleaded guilty to the theft of a pair of black boots worth £12 from Primark on September 24. Jailed for 14 days, victim surcharge £80, criminal courts charge £150.

Offensive communications: Carl Bray, 36, of Rawmarsh Hill, Parkgate, pleaded guilty to sending, by means of a public electronic communications network a message that was grossly offences or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character between August 22 and October 24 2014. Community order to carry out 80 hours of unpaid work within 12 months, victim surcharge £60, costs £85.

Dangerous dog: Charlotte Evangeline Copley, 22, of Rawmarsh Hill, was found guiltt of being in charge of a dangerous labrador rottweiler cross dog which caused injury between July 1 and Friday 3, 2014. Discharged conditionally for 18 months, victim surcharge £15, costs £85, and disqualified from keeping a dog for ten years.

Sheffield

All addresses are Sheffield unless otherwise stated

Assault: Brandon William Bland, 18, of Laycock Avnue, Aston pleaded guilty to assault, using threatening/abusive words or behaviour and destroying a £300 Samsung Galaxy S2 mobile phone on May 22. Jailed for 16 weeks, victim surcharge £80, criminal courts charge £150.

Barnsley

All addresses are Barnsley unless otherwise stated

Benefit fraud: Jessica Watson, 28, of Lingard Street, pleaded guilty to dishonestly obtaining housing benefit and Income Support on November 22. Community order to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 monthsm victim surcharge £60, costs £85.

Theft: Sarah Louise Wells aka Lynch, 32, of Saville Road, Gilroyd, pleaded guilty to stealing three bottles of Advocatt worth £27 from Morrisons on November 6, 2014. Jailed for eight weeks suspended for 12 months, victim surcharge £80, costs £50.

Drug possession: Gregory James Mahon, 21, of Welland Crescent, Elsecar, pleaded guilty to possession of 1.75grams of diamorphine on July 21. Discharged conditionally for 12 months, victim surcharge £15, costs £85, criminal courts charge £180.

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