List of sentences given out by Scarborough magistrates

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Recent sentences handed down by Scarborough magistrates include the following (addresses Scarborough unless stated):

Marc Taylor-Olsson, 25, of Southgate, Pickering: community order made, including 180 hours’ unpaid work over 12 months, plus £820 costs, for assault.

Nicholas Midgley-Dade, 21, of Esplanade Gardens: fined £220 plus £299 costs for fishing at Wykeham Lakes otherwise than in accordance with a licence.

David Garry Smith, 25, of Oak Road, Whitby: community order made, including 170 hours’ unpaid work over 12 months, plus £680.40 costs and banned from keeping animals for five years, for failing to provide two dogs, for which he was responsible, with a suitable environment in which to live, and failing to provide them with a suitable diet including fresh drinking water.

Michael John Adams, 34, of Oakfield Avenue, Goathland: fined £80 plus £280 costs for depositing litter, namely a child’s car seat, in Coach Road.

Ann Marie Pooleman, of Northstead, Duggleby: fined £160 plus £520 costs, for council tax fraud.

Benjamin David Adams, 21, of The Meads, Eastfield: community order made, including four-month curfew and rehabilitation activity requirement, plus £100 compensation and £240 costs, for assault.

Ashley Blakebrough, 28, of Tower Street, Flamborough: fined £200 plus £255 costs, and banned for 12 months, for drink-driving.

Peter John Hepples, 39, of Crown Terrace: discharged conditionally for six months, plus £250 costs, for stealing £13 of 
alcohol from Sainsbury’s, and failing to surrender to custody.

Jordon Robert Scott, 19, of Sweetbecks Close, Eastfield: ordered to pay £210 costs for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

Ann Kenworthy, 72, of Wykeham: discharged conditonally for six months, plus £25 compensation and £935 costs, and restraining order made, for damaging £25 of bamboo fencing.

Neil John Blake, 33, of Granby Place, Queen Street: ordered to pay £15 compensation for theft of coffee from Spar Stores, and fined £65 plus £57.96 compensation and £255 costs for stealing four packets of protein supplement from B&M Bargains.