Recent sentences handed down by Scarborough magistrates include the following (addresses Scarborough unless stated):
Ashley Timothy Brewster, 46, of Queen Street: community order made, including four-week curfew and rehabilitation activity requirement, plus £6 compensation and £295 costs for stealing a £1 sandwich from Poundland, breaching a conditional discharge imposed for stealing a 49p pint of milk from Marks & Spencer, and stealing £5 food from Wilkinsons.
Colin Dennis Harrabin, 43, of Mount Farm Close, Whitby: ordered to pay £500 compensation plus £150 costs for damage of £1,200 to shop blinds at Muirlea Stores, Whitby.
Huw David Owen, 31, of The Croft: jailed for 16 weeks plus £230 costs, and banned from driving for 18 months, for driving while disqualified and without valid insurance.
Janet Paley, 25, of Wooler Street: community order made, including four-week curfew and rehabilitation activity requirement, plus £150 compensation and £150 costs, for unlawfully damaging a car.
Leigh Sanderson, 36, of no fixed abode: community order made, including 40 hours’ unpaid work over 12 months, plus £325 costs, for stealing £7 of beef at Asda in Malton and unlawfully having a bladed article in a public place, namely a Stanley knife.
Samuel Lewis Dolan, 22, of Prospect Road: community order made, including 40 hours’ unpaid work over 12 months, plus £12 compensation and £145 costs, for fraud, by using someone else’s Nectar card to make a gain, and theft of a Nectar card.
Martin David, 26, of Seamer Road: jailed for eight weeks, plus £230 costs, for damaging a uPVC door.
Michael Anthony Gillyon, 29, of Priorpot Lane, Norton, Malton: fined £40 for breaching a community order; and community order made, and fined £100 plus £300 costs, for having an offensive weapon at Scarborough Hospital’s A&E department, namely a 10in knuckleduster, and breaching a restraining order.
Sharon Colmer, 41, of no fixed abode: ordered to pay £185 costs for drunk and disorderly behaviour and breaching a conditional discharge imposed for drunk and disorderly behaviour and failing to surrender to custody.