Invercargill man Ashley McIlroy stole from a charity cashbox, the Invercargill District Court was told this week.
Judge Brian Callaghan sentenced the 22-year-old forestry worker to 60 hours' community work and ordered him to pay $120 reparation for stealing money from a Ronald McDonald charity cash box on May 4 and shoplifting beer and tobacco from the Newfield Tavern on July 27.
Ashley Paul Coles, 18, was remanded to September 27 for assault on July 27 and offensive behaviour and behaving in a disorderly manner likely to cause violence on July 26.
Anthony Allister Buchanan, 23, was sentenced to nine months' supervision, 50 hours' community work and ordered to pay $500 emotional harm reparation for assault and disorderly behaviour on May 25.
Tyler Avison, 18, shed hand, of Ohai, was sentenced to 12 months' supervision and a protection order was made for assault on July 15.
Kimihia Akutina Wineera, 27, labourer, was sentenced to four months' community detention, nine months' supervision and 100 hours' community work for wilful damage and two charges of assaulting his nephews, all on June 16.
Rory Mcleod Burfoot was sentenced to 80 hours' community work for breaching release conditions on July 25.
Stanley Rex Gibson, 20, farm manager, was fined $600 and disqualified from driving for six months for possessing cannabis and driving while impaired on June 1.
Donald Matiaha was sentenced to 100 hours' community work for wilful trespass on July 12 and 13.
Tahi Wano, 29, was sentenced to 75 hours' community work for driving while disqualified on July 6.
Bryan Tony Skilton, 18, was sentenced to 70 hours' community work and disqualified from driving for seven months for sustained loss of traction and driving while forbidden on August 8.
Callum Archie McConnichie, 19, farm worker, of Steeple Burn, was fined $450 and disqualified from driving for six months for driving with a breath alcohol level of 472mcg on August 2.
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