This week in Doncaster

Date published: 18 May 2018 10:38
Dated: 18 May 2018 11:23:40

Read an update of key arrests and charges made by officers based in Doncaster’s Criminal Investigation Department (CID) this week:

- Man charged with burglary

On Saturday 12 May, officers charged Terry Bristow, 36, of Beech Street, Staffordshire with burglary.

Bristow was charged in connection with a reported incident on Friday 27 April. Just before 2pm it was reported a property on Glamis Road, Intake, had been broken into and a number of items including jewellery and clothes were stolen. Extensive damage was also caused to the windows of the property in the incident.

Bristow appeared before Doncaster Magistrates’ Court on 12 May, where he was released on bail until his next court appearance.


- On Tuesday morning Neil Rayner, 36, of Thorne, appeared before Sheffield Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to Section 18 Assault and False Imprisonment in connection with a reported incident at a property on Miller Close, Thorne, in February last year. He has since been remanded into custody until sentencing on Tuesday 19 June.


- On Tuesday 15 May officers charged two men, aged 21 and 38, with burglary.

Gary Ridgill, 38, of no fixed abode, and Christopher Sanderson, 21, of St James Street, Doncaster were charged in connection with a reported burglary at Saks Hairdressers, High Street, Doncaster, on the evening of Monday 14 May.

The men appeared before Doncaster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 16 May and have been remanded into custody until their next court appearances.


- Following an investigation in to suspected drugs supply, officers have charged Cameron Lockin with possession with the intent to supply.

Lockin, 18, of Flowett Street, Mexborough, was charged in connection with the recovery of a quantity of class A drugs following a warrant executed last month. He was remanded into custody until his appearance before Doncaster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday 16 May.

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