Deo-stealer's Scarborough spray spree; latest court cases

Wright's targets included Right Guard
Wright's targets included Right Guard

It was far from the sweet smell of success for a Scarborough man who was caught stealing cans of deodorant from town stores - four times.

Andrew James Wright, 31, of Trafalgar Square, was nicked in Wilkinsons, in the Balmoral Centre, on April 11 for stealing three cans of deodorant, worth £11.85.

And Wright was definitely in the wrong - he had breached a community order imposed last November for three other offences of spray-stealing. In October he took two cans of Right Guard, worth £5.70, from Tesco in Westwood; four days earlier he swiped four cans of Right Guard from Wilkinsons, worth £11.40, and last July he pinched a can of Lynx deodorant, worth £3.20, from Wilkinsons.

Wright admitted the latest theft and the breach of the community order. Scarborough magistrates gave him a community order, including an electronically monitored curfew between 7pm and 7am daily, and also ordered him to attend appointments or to participate in a rehabilitation activity for a maximum of 20 days. He also must pay £85 costs.

Other cases dealt with at Scarborough Magistrates' Court include the following (addresses Scarborough unless stated):

Henry William Thomas Hall, 20, of Quarry Bank, Malton: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement and 60 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, plus £180 costs for assault.

James Coulter, 22, of no fixed abode: jailed for 24 weeks, plus £115 compensation, for criminal damage, assault and committing an offence during a suspended sentence, imposed for thefts.

Callum James Kail, 18, of Albemarle Back Road: committed to a young offenders institution for 26 weeks, plus £80 costs, for assault, criminal damage, thefts of DVDs from WH Smith, and breaching a community order imposed for assault, failing to surrender to custody, theft and unlawfully possessing an offensive weapon in a public place, namely a broom handle.

Andrew Paul Marsh, 29, of Carrside, Eastfield: fined £100 plus £110 costs for failing to notify of the transfer of a vehicle.

Demi Marie Harris, 20, of Hope Street: discharged conditionally for 12 months, plus £100 costs, for damaging a vehicle and failing to surrender to custody.

Kieron Noremberg, 33, of Gildercliffe: fined £80 plus £30 costs for drunk and disorderly behaviour.

Mark Anthony Norlund, 47, of Barrowcliff Road: fined £355 plus £105 costs and banned from driving for 12 months for drug-driving.

Stewart Lee Rennison, 38, of Colescliffe Road: fined £140 plus £115 costs for driving without valid insurance and without a valid licence.

Joshua Christopher Robinson, 21, of North Marine Road: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement, plus £170 compensation, for using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, two charges of resisting a police officer and breaching a community order imposed for resisting a police officer and assaulting a police officer.

Capriest Keanu Jordan Sinclair, 47, of South Street: fined £70 plus £30 costs for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, and breaching a conditional discharge imposed for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour.