The following cases were heard by East Yorkshire Magistrates’ Court. Numbers refer to defendants’ ages, not addresses.
Adam Lee Brown, 33, of Gypsy Road, Bridlington, pleaded guilty to entering Bridlington Town Football Club as a trespasser with intent to steal. 12-week community order with electronic curfew.
Paul Richard Heron, 44, of Wayside Road, Bridlington, pleaded guilty to assault. Community order with Building Better Relationships programme, restraining order made, fined £100 with victim surcharge of £60 and costs of £85 and compensation of £200.
Nicky Lee Stacey, 30, of Matson Road, Bridlington, pleaded guilty to assisting in the removal and handling of guttering and downpipes stolen from Ellanor Windows. 12-week community order with electronic curfew, compensation of £193, victim surcharge of £85 and costs of £85.
Joseph William Myers, 19, of Pulham Lane, Wetwang, Driffield, pleaded guilty to stealing soft drinks and sweets from B&M Bargains and make-up and a cuddly toy from Tesco. Fined £150 with victim surcharge of £20 and costs of £85.
Connor Redfern Sallis, 21, of Burden Road, Beverley, pleaded guilty to being the owner of a Staffordshire bull terrier which was dangerously out of control in Butcher Row, Beverley. Two-year conditional discharge, compensation of £120 and costs of £85. Dog must be kept on a lead and muzzled at all times.
Liam Andrew Scarley, 24, of Greenwood Avenue, Beverley, pleaded guilty to damaging hair straighteners and car tyres. Fined £120 with compensation of £158, victim surcharge of £30 and costs of £85.