These people were sentenced by Scarborough magistrates in early February
The following people were sentenced by Scarborough magistrates in early February.
Addresses Scarborough unless stated. The number refers to age, not house number.
Zoe Rachel Connolly, 29, of no fixed abode: community order made, including 10-week electronically monitored curfew, and ordered to pay £200 compensation, for unlawfully damaging an Audi A4 car to the value of £350. On February 10 that community order was revoked and a fine of £250 imposed, as defendant proposed to change residence.
Cameron Jones, 18, of Quay Road, Bridlington: fined £130 and ordered to pay £22 compensation, £32 victim surcharge and £85 costs, for stealing a £22 bottle of vodka from Tesco, at Westwood, Scarborough.
Martin Muscroft, 20, of Derwent Road, Whitby: fined £75, for possessing cannabis, a class B controlled drug, at Derwent Road, Whitby.
Wayne Martin Dunn, 51, of Westbourne Grove: community order made, including 200 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, and ordered to pay £90 victim surcharge and £85 costs, for two charges of using an internet-enabled mobile phone and failing to notify a monitoring officer of that acquisition, and failing to retain the internet browsing history of a mobile phone for 30 days, actions that were contrary to a sexual harm prevention order.
David O'Neill, 38, of Billow Drive: jailed for 10 weeks suspended for 12 months, for theft of four gift sets from Boots, and breaching a community order originally imposed for three offences of theft.
Leanne Elizabeth Oldroyd, 39, of The Uplands, Newby: restraining order made, and fined £200, for using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, and threatening that criminal damage would be caused.
Trudy Tara Plant, 42, of Boulby Bank, Whitby: fined £170 and ordered to pay £30 victim surcharge and £85 costs, for possessing cannabis, a class B controlled drug, and possessing cocaine, a class A controlled drug.
Kieron Philip Shepherd, 26, of Commercial Street, Malton: community order made, including exclusion order from Lidl in Norton, Malton for 12 months, and ordered to pay £50 compensation, for theft of £4.22 energy drinks and chocolate bars from Lidl in Norton, and assault at Lidl in Norton.
Kenneth Elvis Bishop, 41, of Clifton Street: community order varied, in respect of rehabilitation activity requirement, for failing to comply with requirements of a community order.
Michael Elliot Reavley, 32, of Herdborough Road, Eastfield: community order made, including 22-week electronically monitored curfew, for breaching a community order and original offences of assault and resisting a police constable, at High Street, Eastfield.
James Clews, 26, of Clifton Street: community order made, including 300 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, restraining order made, and ordered to pay £300 compensation, £90 victim surcharge and £100 costs, for three charges of assault.
George Henry Haylett, 39, of New Queen Street: community order made, including 16-week electronically monitored curfew and 300 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, and ordered to pay £200 compensation, £85 victim surcharge and £250 costs, for racially aggravated assault, at Castle Road, Scarborough.