Court round-up: Theft, drunk and disorderly and assault - latest convictions at Sheffield Magistrates' Court

These are the cases heard at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court between December 14-15. All addresses are Sheffield unless otherwise stated.

Thursday, 24th December 2020, 10:05 am

DECEMBER 14

Liam Barley, aged 35, of Castlebeck Drive, Woodthorpe: Breach of supervision requirements, theft. Supervision default order, community order with curfew with electronic monitoring, £2,428 compensation.

James Bradder, aged 28, of Cedric Court, Thurcroft, Rotherham: Theft. £99 fine, £135.51 compensation, £85 costs.

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Billy Sedgewick, aged 31, of Woodhouse Road, Wheatley, Doncaster: Drunk and disorderly behaviour, breach of bail. Detained in courthouse.

Harry Trench, aged 19, of Burcroft Hill, Conisbrough, Doncaster: Assault of a police officer. Community order with curfew with electronic monitoring, £180 costs.

Christopher Casey, aged 35, of no fixed abode: Breach of restraining order. 28-week jail term, £128 costs.

Lee Smith, aged 39, of HMP Doncaster: Burglary. Sixteen-week jail term, £128 costs.

Kelly Grayson, aged 36, of Greenland View, Darnall: Threatening behaviour, theft, breach of supervision requirements. 24-week jail term.

Andrew Cunningham, aged 22, of Eastern Avenue, Arbourthorne: Possession of class B drug, theft. Six-week jail term, £101.20 compensation.

Kerryanne Chilton, aged 32, of Valentine Crescent, Shiregreen: Harassment. Restraining order, £120 fine, £134 costs.

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DECEMBER 15

Christopher Carley, aged 44, of Prominence Way, Sunnyside, Rotherham: Speeding. Banned from driving for six months, £300 fine, £142 costs.

Richard Gill, aged 34, of Sycamore Avenue, Bramley, Rotherham: Speeding. £300 fine, £142 costs, driving record endorsed with three points.

Kirsty Gove, aged 26, of Brooke Close, Deepcar: Speeding. £450 fine, £155 costs, driving record endorsed with three points.

Dominic Laycock, aged 30, of Leppings Lane, Hillsborough: Assault of a police officer, criminal damage. Twelve-week jail term, £30 compensation.

Reece Gurnhill, aged 20, of Kelvin Street, Mexborough, Doncaster: Possession of class B drug, driving without a licence, driving without insurance. Six-month conditional discharge, £22 costs, driving record endorsed with six points.

El Mustafa Nadour, aged 61, of Andover Street, Burngreave: Assault. Community order with curfew with electronic monitoring, rehabilitation activity requirement, £179 costs.

Colin Norfolk, aged 66, of Richmond Road, Handsworth: Breach of sexual harm prevention order. Community order with rehabilitation activity requirement.

John Shadlock, aged 35, of Reney Avenue, Greenhill: Possession of class B drug, possession of class A drug. Nine-month conditional discharge.

Waldemar Luczak, aged 60, of Delves Road, Killamarsh, north Derbyshire: Driving without due care and attention. £440 fine, £154 costs, driving record endorsed with six points.

Thomas Meares, aged 26, of Manor House Road, Kimberworth, Rotherham: Driving without due care and attention, failure to stop at an accident. £250 fine, £144 costs, driving record endorsed with five points.

Bradley Pavier, aged 19, of Arksey Lane, Bentley, Doncaster: Speeding. Banned from driving for six months, £240 fine, £203 costs.

Justin Kalay, aged 50, of Park Street, Wombwell, Barnsley: Speeding. £140 fine, £142 costs, driving record endorsed with three points.

Anton Watson, aged 29, of Fitzalan Road, Handsworth: Driving without insurance. Banned from driving for six months, £660 fine, £176 costs.

Ali Kusar, aged 20, of Earl Marshal Road, Fir Vale: Driving without insurance. Banned from driving for six months, £660 fine, £176 costs.

Kamil Gryszkiewicz, aged 33, of Auckland Road, Wheatley, Doncaster: Driving without due care and attention, driving without a licence, driving without insurance, failure to stop at an accident. £660 fine, £176 costs, driving record endorsed with 10 points.

Kevin Heavey, aged 41, of Glenwood Mews, Middlewood: Speeding. £320 fine, £142 costs, driving record endorsed with three points.

Jason Lemin, aged 29, of Raven Royd, Athersley North, Barnsley: Driving with unfit tyre. £80 fine, £144 costs, driving record endorsed with three points.

Samantha Barker, aged 27, of Fir Tree, Thurgoland, Barnsley: Speeding. £140 fine, £144 costs, driving record endorsed with four points.

Jordan Crain, aged 26, of Blackstock Road, Gleadless: Driving without insurance. £660 fine, £176 costs, driving record endorsed with six points.

Frantisek Dirda, aged 27, of Whiteways Road, Grimesthorpe: Driving without a licence, driving without insurance. £120 fine, £144 costs, driving record endorsed with six points.

Edris Mohammed, aged 26, of Barrie Road, Shirecliffe: Driving without a licence, driving without insurance. Banned from driving for six months.

Dritan Ramollari, aged 25, of Balfour Road, Darnall: Driving without a licence, driving without insurance. Banned from driving for six months.

Ian Williams, aged 38, of Retford Road, Handsworth: Drink-driving. Community order with 80 hours' unpaid work, banned from driving for 23 months, £180 costs.

Billy Morrison, aged 20, of Engine Lane, Grimethorpe, Barnsley: Speeding. Banned from driving for 24 months, £100 fine, £115 costs.

James Smith, aged 27, of Claycliffe Avenue, Barugh Green, Barnsley: Criminal damage. Community order with rehabilitation activity requirement, £100 compensation.

Shaun Smailes, aged 40, of Litton Walk, Barnsley: Breach of restraining order, breach of suspended sentence order, 26-week jail term, £128 costs.

Nigel Walsh, aged 60, of Spinneyfield, Broom, Rotherham: Breach of restraining order. Six-week jail term, suspended for 24 months, £748 costs.

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