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The following court cases have been dealt with at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court (addresses Scarborough unless stated):

The following court cases have been dealt with at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court (addresses Scarborough unless stated):

Gareth Brooks, 37, of Church Street: five penalty points, fined £230, plus £60 costs for speeding.

Christopher Lansell, 20, of Folkton: prison for 14 days and eight penalty points for failing to report an accident and failing to stop after an accident.

Benjamin Newton, 21, of Back Lane South, Middleton, Pickering: fined £150 and £100 costs for theft.

Adam Dickinson, 26, of North Road, Whitby: fined £300, plus £100 compensation and £100 costs for assault.

Antony Taylor, 18, of Hogg Lane, North Grimston: fined £80, with £138.70 compensation, plus £100 costs for criminal damage.

Mark Derbyshire, 28, of no fixed abode: prison for 12 weeks for possessing an offensive weapon in a public place, theft and entering as a trespasser part of a building with intent to steal.

Kerry Alkhayat, 33, of Gildercliffe: three penalty points, fined £400 and £60 costs for using a motor vehicle in a manner in which passengers were carried on it was such that its use involved a danger of injury to any person, and failing to produce driving licence.

Craig Hornby, 22, of Grange Avenue: compensation of £50 and £85 costs for assault.

Anthony Withington, 34, of Overdale, Eastfield: three penalty points, fined £400 plus £60 costs for using a motor vehicle when the front nearside wheel was fitted with a pneumatic tyre which had the ply or cord exposed.

Callan Collins, 19, of Gildercliffe: detention for four weeks, suspended for 12 months, with 200 hours unpaid work and £85 costs for assaulting a police officer.

Neil Campbell, 48, of Rarey Drive, Weaverthorpe: four penalty points, fined £100, with £60 costs for speeding.

Simon Haddock, 43, of Willow Garth: six penalty points, fined £500, plus £60 costs for failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence.

Geoffrey Nock, 60, of Columbus Ravine: three penalty points, fined £225, with £635 costs for using a mobile phone while driving.

Jacqueline Reynard, 47, of Grosvenor Crescent: community order for six months for failing to notify a change of circumstances.

Sarah Wilkinson, 26, current address unknown: community order for 12 months for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Michael Boyes, 26, of Pike Road, Pickering: prison for 12 weeks for breaching a non-molestation order.

Dennis Hopson, 18, of North Marine Road: detention for seven weeks for attempted theft and conviction of an offence while a community order is in force.

Kirstie Johnson, 24, of Fieldside: conditionally discharged for six months and fined £70, with £35 costs for assault and possessing cocaine and methylethcathinone.

Shaun Lavelle, 53, of Costa Lane, Pickering: four penalty points, fined £400, plus £60 costs for speeding.

Anthony Smith, 47, of Prospect Road: three penalty points, fined £200 and £60 costs for speeding.

Shorus Sutherland, 44, of Church Cottages, Scampston: fined £150, plus £60 costs for driving without a test certificate.

Joseph Shannon, 32, of Briercliffe: community order for 12 months, with 100 hours unpaid work and £85 costs for shoplifting.

Hannah Kendall, 27, of Blenheim Street: community order for six months, plus £85 costs for shoplifting and possessing cannabis.

Adam Downie, 28, of Bempton Crescent, Bridlington: three penalty points, fined £60, with £15 costs for speeding.

Vincent Morgan, 35, of Hogarth House, Pickering: addition of 20 hours unpaid work for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Richard Pople, 31, of North Marine Road: prison for 17 weeks for shoplifting and failing to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence order.

Liam Watson, 19, of North Marine Road: detention for six months for assault and assaulting a police officer.

Andrew Beckett, 28, of North Marine Road: community order for 12 months, with 200 hours unpaid work and £150 compensation, plus £85 costs for assault.

Mr J Ferguson, 25, of Wooler Street: addition of two days specified activity to address motivation, plus £40 costs for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Andrew McCaffery, 24, of Castle Road: addition of two days activity requirement to address motivation, plus £40 costs for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Gillian O’Neill, 49, of Pasture Crescent, Filey: three penalty points, fined £130, with £60 costs for speeding.

Leon Pottage, 18, of North Marine Road: eight days specified activity to stop binge drinking, plus £40 costs for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Charlene Walton, 20, of Westbourne Grove: addition of two days specified activity to address motivation for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Daniel Powell, 32, of Hungate Court, Hunmanby: three penalty points, fined £200 and £60 costs for failing to comply with the indication given by a traffic sign.

Nigel Scales, 47, of Flowergate, Whitby: three penalty points, fined £130, plus £60 costs for stopping within the limits of a Pelican crossing.

Lisa Brown, 38, of Mayville Avenue: six penalty points, fined £155 and £60 costs for driving without insurance.

Gerald Hollyoak, 52, of Cromwell Terrace: bound over in the sum of £150 for six months to keep the peace.

Stephanie Lake, 33, of Main Street, Staxton: fined £30 and £60 costs for driving without a test certificate.

Gary Miles, 50, of West Avenue, Filey: six penalty points, fined £200, with £60 costs for driving without insurance.

Tobego Motsepe, 18, of Royal Avenue: addition of eight days specified activity to address binge drinking, plus £40 costs for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Paul Hoills, 46, of Wreyfield Drive: community order for 12 months, with 80 hours unpaid work, plus £71 compensation and £85 costs for fraud.