Court Round-up: Frosty Jack Cider thefts and other petty crimes

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Christopher Kane, 46, of Westmorland Road, Newcastle, was given a four week prison sentence after stealing groceries to the value of £228 from Asda, in Coronation Street, South Shields, on Monday, September 21.

He was also ordered to pay prosecution costs of £180 and a victim surcharge of £80.

Daniel Anderson, 20, of St Marks Way, South Shields, was given a three month conditional discharge and ordered to pay compensation of £7.98 after stealing two bottles of Frosty Jack Cider belonging to Bays Newsagents, in South Shields, on Sunday, August 9.

He must also pay a £150 criminal courts charge, prosecution costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £15.

James Wilson, 24, of Gordon Road, South Shields, was banned from driving for 20 months and fined £350 for driving with excess alcohol in South Shields on Thursday, September 3.

He was also ordered to pay a criminal courts charge of £150, prosecution costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £35.

Sarah Thompson, 26, of Falmouth Road, Sunderland, was fined £120 and ordered to pay compensation of £270 for two charges charge of assault and one of criminal damage by beating in Washington on Wednesday, August 27.

She must also pay a criminal courts charge of £150.

Rhys Stobbart, 21, of no fixed abode, was jailed for 12 weeks for stealing a television set and watch valued at £690 in Jarrow, on Saturday, September 19, while subject to a suspended sentence order.

He was also ordered to pay compensation of £600 and a criminal courts charge of £180.

Kristopher Hall, 37, of Hyde Street, South Shields, was given a nine-month community order and fined £37 for stealing Strongbow cider valued at £12 from Tesco Express, in South Shields, on Wednesday, July 1, and stealing San Miguel lager valued at £17.94 from B&M Bargains, in South Shields, on Wednesday, August 12.

He must also pay a £150 criminal courts charge and prosecution costs of £85.