Jack Atkins, 25, of Esplanade, Whitby: fined £120 plus £255 costs for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.
Tom Highley, 23, of Market Place, Bridlington: fined £200 plus £255 costs and banned for 18 months for drink-driving.
Allister Adrian Paul Frankland, 55, of Alma Square: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement, plus £210 costs, for damaging a car, using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, and breaching a community order imposed for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.
Carl Robert Heseltine, 43, of Flowergate, Whitby: jailed for 12 weeks, plus £230 costs, for breaching a community order and original offences of damaging a door, assault, attempted burglary and burglary.
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Jamie Johnson, 18, of Colescliffe Crescent: fined £160 plus £355 costs for obstructing a police officer and driving without a valid licence and valid insurance.
Nicholas Kiely, 49, of Ashton Green, Nawton, Ryedale: fined £80 plus £285 costs for possessing diamorphine, a class A controlled drug.
Sean Nathan Bloom, 22, of Springhill Road: fined £70 plus £255 costs for drunk and disorderly behaviour.
Michael James Thornton, 25, of Sweetbecks Close, Eastfield: jailed for 12 weeks suspended for 18 months, plus £345 costs, for possessing diamorphine, a class A controlled drug.
Mark David Millions, 45, of Beck Lane, Cloughton: fined £100 plus £170 costs for using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour.
Clive Philip Porter, 54, of Southlands Grove, Newby: fined £840 plus £319 costs for failing to stop after a road accident and failing to report an accident.
Nathan Ellery, 22, of Cleveland Avenue: community order made, including 150 hours’ unpaid work over 12 months, plus ordered to pay £15 compensation and £325 costs for destroying by arson a plastic toilet roll holder worth £15 in Quids Inn.
Lewis Alan William Jasper, 23, of Eastborough: fined £100 plus £255 costs, and banned for 15 months, for drink-driving.
Michael Murtagh, 46, of Hugden Close, Pickering: community order made, including 150 hours’ unpaid work, plus £120 compensation and £145 costs for damaging a car door.