A serial thief who threw away her chance to avoid prison and other troublemakers who assaulted police, caused vandalism or were found with drugs are among the latest batch of criminals brought before the courts.
The list of offenders dealt with at Hull or Beverley Magistrates' Court also features cases of assault, harassment, burglary, drink-driving, drug-driving and blatant breaches of court orders.
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Some of them have been jailed after justice caught up with them.
These are wrongdoers who have been hauled in to face justice in recent hearings.
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Stephanie Scott, 32, of Halyard Croft, Hull, admitted stealing meat products, valued at £59, from Marks & Spencer in Beverley on September 22, stealing bottles of alcohol, valued at £96, from Tesco in Beverley the same day, stealing clothes valued at £310 from J D Sports in Hull on October 4 and attempting to steal Armani clothes, valued at £305, from the same store on September 14.
She also admitted breaching a 20-week suspended prison sentence imposed on June 18 for seven theft offences between April and June.
They included hauls of perfume, fragrances and cosmetics from Boots and Superdrug and trousers from J D Sports.
Scott also admitted failing to comply with her supervision after her release from an earlier prison sentence.
She was jailed for 32 weeks.
Andrew Meehan, 35, of Hutt Street, Hull, admitted breaching a 20-week suspended prison sentence imposed on June 11 last year for two offences of assault and another of drink-driving on May 1, 2019.
He was jailed for 20 weeks.
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John Hellwig, 38, of Westbourne Avenue, Hull, admitted breaching a restraining order imposed on October 20 last year by going to Beverley Road on October 8 and breaching a four-week suspended prison sentence imposed on August 11 for breaching the restraining order.
He also admitted failing to comply with his supervision after his release from an earlier prison sentence.
Hellwig was jailed for 17 weeks.
Gerard Pickard, 50, of Manvers Street, Hull, admitted breaching a domestic violence protection order imposed on October 8 by assaulting a woman the same day.
He was jailed for six weeks for the "flagrant disregard of a court order".
Christopher Fletcher, 36, of Whitebeam Close, Hull, admitted assaulting a police officer, as an emergency worker, in Hull on July 26 last year.
He originally denied the charge but later changed his plea.
Fletcher will have his whereabouts electronically monitored until April 14, was given a 33-day Building Better Relationships programme and was ordered to pay £100 compensation, £120 costs and a £95 victims' surcharge.
Kyle Beacock, 25, of Thurlstone Close, Bransholme, admitted assaulting a police officer, as an emergency worker, and being drunk and disorderly in Hull on August 31.
He was fined £276 and was ordered to pay £100 compensation, £85 costs and a £34 victims' surcharge.
Kristine Leskiewicz, 31, of Godbold Close, Beverley, denied assaulting a woman in Beverley on March 10 but was convicted after a trial.
She was fined £120 and was ordered to pay £310 costs and a £34 victims' surcharge.
Sheridan Hatton, 59, of Carlton Avenue, Hull, admitted harassing a man by calling his mobile phone and landline dozens of times between January 18 and September 24 last year after being told not to contact him.
She was given 20 days' rehabilitation and a one-year restraining order was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £95 victims' surcharge.
Bestoou Khalil, 34, of Wellington Lane, Hull, admitted possessing for supply 210 pouches of 50g Turner Original tobacco which were incorrectly labelled at the Eezy Shop in Spring Bank, Hull, on February 12.
He was fined £80 and was ordered to pay £120 costs and a £34 victims' surcharge.
Mark Long, of Fern Grove, Folkestone Street, Hull, failed to comply with the requirement of an abatement notice on March 17 to remove accumulations of rubbish from land and dispose of it in a safe and reasonable manner, and to monitor the land weekly to ensure steps were taken to remove rubbish.
The offence was found proved in his absence. He was fined £440 and was ordered to pay £265 compensation, £310 costs and a £44 victims' surcharge.
Terence Lewis, 67, of Wexford Avenue, Hull, admitted damaging three CCTV cables and a living room window, valued at £1,130, as well as a windscreen and side window, valued at £1,800, on July 2.
He was given 15 days' rehabilitation and was ordered to pay £2,248 compensation.
Katie Robinson, 31, of Spring Bank West, Hull, admitted stealing three strip lights, valued at £60, from B & M Bargains in Hull on August 9 and more strip lights, valued at £40, from the same store on August 20.
She was given an eight-week suspended prison sentence, 10 days' rehabilitation and was ordered to pay £100 compensation.
Liam Davis, 36, of Valiant Drive, Hull, admitted possessing diazepam and pain relief medication in Hull on April 23 last year.
He was given 60 hours' unpaid and 20 days' rehabilitation and was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £95 victims' surcharge.
Robert Street, 49, of Horsforth Avenue, Bridlington, admitted possessing heroin and cocaine in Bridlington on May 28 as well as breaching a two-year conditional discharge imposed on October 9, 2019 for theft and possessing drugs.
He was fined £340 and was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £34 victims' surcharge.
Rebecca Priestley, 31, of Richmond Street, Bridlington, admitted making use of a communications network to cause annoyance and anxiety in Bridlington between January 7 and 10 as well as breaching a one-year conditional discharge imposed on August 26 last year.
She was given 10 days' rehabilitation and a one-year restraining order was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £95 victims' surcharge.
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Martin Leigh, 45, of Burstall Hill, Bridlington, denied stealing building supplies, valued at £423, from West BS Ltd, Bridlington, but was convicted after a trial.
He admitted burglary of a garage in Bishop Wilton and stealing two chainsaws and two compression testing kits, valued at £1,000, on February 27 as well as having no insurance and licence on December 30 and February 18. Similar offences on November 21 were found proved.
Leigh was given a 14-week 7pm to 6am curfew, 20 days' rehabilitation, was banned from driving for a year and was ordered to pay £500 compensation.
Duane Keogh, 41, of Crispin Close, Hull, admitted driving with cocaine in his blood in Hull on October 8.
He was fined £120, was banned from driving for three years and was ordered to pay £85 costs and a £34 victims' surcharge.
Daniel Green, 27, of Northfield Crescent, Driffield, admitted breaching a domestic violence protection order imposed on September 11 by contacting a woman and entering Morton Lane, Beverley, on October 11.
He was fined £50 and was ordered to pay £65 costs.
Jordan Precious, 30, of Meaux Lane, Meaux, near Beverley, admitted drink-driving in Hull on March 13 and driving with a cocaine breakdown product and diazepam in his blood on the same day.
A breath test reading revealed that he had 40mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35mcg.
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He was given 15 days' rehabilitation, was banned from driving for three years and was ordered to pay a £34 victims' surcharge.
Jason Nolan, 45, of Princes Avenue, Hull, admitted entering King Edward Street on June 20.
He was fined £80 and was ordered to pay a £34 victims' surcharge.