Drugs, assaults and threatening behaviour - a round up of the latest South Shields court cases
The following people have been deal with at South Tyneside Magistrates' Court:
Martin Corr, 35, of Glasgow Road, Jarrow, was ordered to pay Â£1,355 in fines, costs, and compensation for common assault.
Robert Little, 24, of Clyde Avenue, Hebburn, was sentenced to a conditional discharge of 12 months, and ordered to pay Â£105 costs for possession of a Class A drug.
Keith Murray, 48, of Sandiacre, Jarrow, was ordered to pay fines and costs of Â£510 for breach of Community Drivers’ Hours Regulations.
Jordan Martin, 23, of Edinburgh Road, Jarrow, was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison, suspended for 24 months for three offences of theft. He was also ordered to pay Â£506 compensation.
Frederick Harkness, 62, of Thames Road, Hebburn, was sentenced to a conditional discharge of 12 months for using threatening behaviour. He was also ordered to pay Â£105 costs
Michelle Quinn, 39, of Devonshire Street, South Shields, was ordered to pay Â£155 in fines and costs for two offences of theft.
Wayne Parkinson, 38, of Arnold Street, Boldon, was ordered to pay fines and costs of Â£235, for driving without insurance, and possession of an offensive weapon. He was also given six driving licence penalty points
Kieran Ransom, 19, of Australia Grove, South Shields, was sentenced to a conditional discharge of six months and ordered to pay fines and costs of Â£105 for being drunk and disorderly.
Paul Maudling, 55, of New Market Walk, South Shields, was ordered to pay Â£235 in fines and costs for possession of a Class B drug.