Latest cases at Scarborough Magistrates' Court

Magistrates' court cases
Magistrates' court cases

The following were dealt with by Scarborough magistrates (addresses Scarborough unless stated):

Lauren Elizabeth Shimells, 20, of Falsgrave Road: community order made, including eight-week curfew and exclusion order from WH Smith in Westborough for 12 months, plus £145 costs, for jointly stealing DVDs from WH Smith.

Tyla Cammish-Wheatley, 20, of North Marine Road: discharged conditionally for one year, plus £50 costs, for drunk and disorderly behaviour.

Alexander John Hoyle, 20, of Prospect Road: fined £120 plus £105 costs and banned from driving for a year for drug-driving.

Aaron James Harris, 18, of Hope Street: jailed for 12 weeks, plus £80 costs, for, jointly with another, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, and breaching a community order imposed for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, assaulting a police officer and failing to surrender to custody.

Dean Jones, 22, of Herdborough Road, Eastfield: jailed for 12 weeks, plus £80 costs, for, jointly with another, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

Gerard Peter Mawson, 43, of Kealia Court, Wooler Street: jailed for 12 weeks, plus £115 costs, for theft of £6 clothing from Age UK, theft of £17.97 of wine from Spar and theft of £11 of wine from Sainsbury's Local, and breaching a conditional discharge order imposed for thefts.

Craig Colin Spurr, 37, of North Marine Road: community order made, including six-week curfew, plus £85 costs, for, jointly with another, stealing £67.32 meat items from Iceland Stores, and possessing 91 Diazepam tablets, a class C controlled drug.

John Spencer, 67, of Queens Terrace, Filey: fined £100 plus £140 costs for failing to remove dog fouling from designated land at Coble Landing, Filey.

Michael Jack Clayton, 22, of Overdale, Eastfield: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement and 150 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, plus £170 costs, for assault and breaching a community order imposed for assaults.

Ian Hunter, 61, of Malton Grange Lodges, Malton: jailed for 26 weeks suspended for 12 months, plus alcohol treatment requirement and £315 costs and banned from driving for five years, for two charges of drink-driving.

Jeremy Allan Darby, 18, of Vincent Street: committed to detention at a young offenders institution for 12 weeks, plus £115 costs, for theft of £79.98 table lamps from TK Maxx, joint theft of £30 razor blades from Wilkinsons and breaching a suspended sentence order imposed for thefts.

Jack Cameron Low, 25, of Lairs Crescent, Snainton: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement and 100 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, plus £170 costs and banned from driving for 26 months, for drink-driving.

Colin Ronald Raymond Johnson, 36, of Horners Terrace, Whitby: community order made, including rehabilitation activity requirement and 40 hours' unpaid work over 12 months, plus £145 costs, for supplying cannabis and possessing cannabis.

Jamie Robert Wells, 35, of Prospect Mount Road: fined £120 plus £105 costs and banned from driving for 16 months, for two charges of drug-driving.

Dale Paul Benson, 32, of North Marine Road: jailed for 10 weeks, concurrent to existing sentence, plus £80 costs, for using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour.

Paul Hindle, 37, of no fixed abode: jailed for four weeks, concurrent to existing sentence, plus £115 costs, for burglary.

Mark Anthony Lee Mattocks, 42, of Marshall Avenue, Bridlington: jailed for six weeks, and suspended sentence of 13 weeks' jail activated, totalling 19 weeks, plus £80 costs and banned from driving for 30 months, for drug-driving, making a false statement to obtain motor insurance, and breaching a suspended sentence order imposed for unlawfully having a samurai sword in a public place and failing to surrender to custody.

Mark Andrew Davies, 24, of Albemarle Back Road: jailed for 18 weeks, plus £115 costs, for arson and criminal damage.

Jordan Matthew Simmons, 20, of Hirstead Road, Newby: committed to detention in young offenders institution for 16 weeks, plus £115 costs, for three charges of damaging cars, destroying a window, damaging a fire extinguisher and breaching a community order imposed for thefts, jointly stealing, two charges of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, and assaulting a police officer.