Court Report

Scarborough Magistrates Court
Scarborough Magistrates Court
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Christopher Rae, 23, of Prospect Mount Road: fined £150, plus £15 costs for being drunk and disorderly in a public place, resisting a police officer and failing to surrender to custody.

Keith Jubb, 31, of Albemarle Crescent: fined £60, with £100 costs for being drunk and disorderly in a public place.

Daniel Clubley, 20, of Mallard Way, Crossgates: fined £65, plus £142 costs for fishing or taking fish in inland water without a licence.

Daniel Lister, 24, of Burnside, Eastfield: community order for 12 months, with 180 hours unpaid work, plus £930 compensation and £150 costs for failing to notify a change in circumstances and dishonestly making a false representation.

Tom Wolf, 36, of Pavilion Square: conditionally discharged for six months, plus £450 compensation and £85 costs for theft.

Timothy Bell, 52, of Maple Drive: six penalty points, fined £100, with £60 costs for driving without insurance.

Gary Reinbach, 49, of Albemarle Crescent: three penalty points, fined £60, plus £60 costs for speeding.

Lee Brown, 22, of Dundas Gardens, Whitby: fined £30, with £25 compensation and £15 costs for criminal damage.

Danny Middleton, 22, of Church View, Sherburn: six penalty points, fined £200 and £60 costs for taking a conveyance without consent and driving without insurance.

George Nellist, 19, of Shelton Avenue, East Ayton: fined £65, with £142 costs for fishing or taking fish in inland water without a licence.

Christopher Pickard, 50, of Chatsworth Gardens: fined £250, plus £115 costs for failing to respond and continuing to fail to respond to letters sent to him by Scarborough Council officers.

David Burns, 50, of West Terrace: addition of six weeks curfew and £40 costs for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Ryan Earnshaw, 20, of Murchison Street: addition of two days specified activities to address motivation, plus 20 hours unpaid work for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Sarah Wilkinson, 25, of Grosvenor Crescent: addition of two days specified activities to address motivation and 10 hours unpaid work for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.

Carl Young, 38, of Pavilion Square: addition of 20 hours unpaid work for failing to comply with the requirements of a community order.