The following were dealt with at Harrogate Magistrates Court on September 15:
John Gareth Wilson, 37, of 48 Bridge Street, Bishop Auckland, was given a 26-week prison sentence for stealing a flatbed lorry from Sam Turner and Sons Ltd in Darlington Road, Northallerton. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80.
Raymond Martin Curry, 39, of HMP Holme House, was given a six-week prison sentence for stealing five bottles of Jack Daniels Tennessee honey whiskey from the Co-operative supermarket in Queens Road, Richmond. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £115.
Andrew James Peacock, 37, was given a six-week prison sentence suspended for six months for remaining at Harrogate District Hospital’s accident and emergency department after being asked to leave by staff, when he was prohibited from attending there by a criminal behaviour order. A consecutive sentence of six weeks suspended for six months was imposed for attending Airedale General Hospital in Keighley when he was prohibited from doing so except in an emergency. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £80. Magistrates gave him a six-month conditional discharge for using threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress while at Airedale Hospital, and for three counts of being drunk and disorderly in public at Keighley and Glusburn.
Paul Adrian Hughes, 53, of Holme Farm Barn, Heyshaw, Harrogate, was given a 12-month community order for assaulting a man by beating him. He was ordered to carry out 60 hours of unpaid work and to pay a victim surcharge of £85 and costs of £85. He was also convicted of two counts of using threatening or abusive words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of violence. For damaging a tractor window, he was ordered to pay compensation of £502.64.
Stephen Francis Maughan, 31, of 3, Thistle Hill Caravan Park, Thistle Hill, Knaresborough, was given an eight-week prison sentence for assaulting a woman by beating her. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £115.
Monique Sam Shiels, 21, of 14 Beech Road, Ripon, was ordered to carry out 14 hours of unpaid work for failing to comply with a community order, on top of the 60 hours already imposed. She was instructed to pay costs of £40.
l In last week’s court listings, Matthew Aaron Yare gave an address of 36 Avenue Grove. We can confirm that was not his address, and he has no connections to that address.