Twenty-one-year-old Cain Tabbinor has been given a final chance by a judge.
The defendant was made the subject of a suspended jail sentence on August 8 last year for possession of a class B drug with intent to supply.
But Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard the defendant failed to comply with the requirements of the order in that he failed to attend unpaid work on February 27 and March 12.
Tabbinor, of Ashcroft Close, Bradwell, admitted breaching the order.
Andrew Bennett, mitigating, said the defendant is ‘limping through’ the order. But he added he is working as a roofer and asked Judge David Fletcher to give him one last chance.
Judge Fletcher extended the operational period of the suspended sentence from 18 months to two years, which will give him time to complete a thinking skills programme, unpaid work and rehabilitation activity requirement days.
He told the defendant the prison sentence will become a reality if he does not prioritise the order over his paid employment.
Tabbinor was ordered to pay £135 costs.
Jason Tymczuk, aged 49, of Greendock Street, Longton, has denied a burglary at an address in Wyndham Road, Newstead, on July 4.
His trial will be held at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court in the week beginning December 14. He has been remanded in custody.
Forty-nine-year-old Delroy Chambers, of Barlaston Mews, Barlaston, has denied unlawful wounding and making a threat to kill on July 12. His trial will be held at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court in the week commencing February 15. Chambers has been bailed.
Twenty-two-year-old Kieran Hogan has pleaded guilty to wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm between August 12 and 15 last year.
The defendant, of Vale Street, Stoke, will be sentenced at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after a report is prepared on him by a probation officer.
He has been remanded in custody.
Twenty-seven-year-old Jade Harrison, of London Road, Newcastle, has pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing a class A drug.
North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard the defendant was stopped by police in Ironmarket, Newcastle, on March 25. She was found in possession of one wrap of heroin and one wrap of crack cocaine.
She told officers she had just bought both deals for £15 and was going to use them herself.
Simon Leech, mitigating, said Harrison was now on a methadone prescription.
Magistrates sentenced Harrison to a 12-month conditional discharge. She was ordered to pay £135 costs and a £21 surcharge.
Thirty-seven-year-old Terry Bourne, of Collin Road, Trent Vale, has admitted causing criminal damage to a police cell at the Northern Area Custody Facility in Etruria.
North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard he urinated against the wall and a bed covering on April 5 and it had to be professionally cleaned.
The defendant could not remember committing the offence but accepted his guilt.
Magistrates sentenced him to a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered him to pay £150 compensation to Staffordshire Police, £135 costs and a £21 surcharge.
The defendant is also charged with possession of a meat cleaver and a kitchen knife in public on April 5.
He gave no indication of his pleas and magistrates sent the case to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court.
Bourne will appear there on September 11. He has been bailed in the meantime.
Twenty-six-year-old Adam Johnson, of Square Close, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to affray and having a lock knife in Parsonage Street, Tunstall, on April 10.
North Staffordshire magistrates sent the case to Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court and Johnson will be sentenced on a date to be fixed. His bail was extended.
Ashley Bossons has denied aggravated vehicle taking and being in charge of a vehicle with alcohol over the limit on January 11, along with driving without a licence and driving without insurance on January 12.
The 31-year-old, of Gloucester Road, Kidsgrove, will have a trial at North Staffordshire Justice Centre on a date to be fixed. His bail has been extended.
A 17-year-old has pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent, robbery, having an offensive weapon and damaging property.
The defendant, of no fixed address, who cannot be named for legal reasons, committed the offences on July 27 last year.
He will be sentenced at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after reports are prepared on him. He was remanded in custody.
Forty-five-year-old Mark Cormack pleaded guilty to making a threat to kill on May 14.
The defendant, of Evans Street, Burslem, will be sentenced at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court on August 26. He has been remanded in custody.
Forty-five-year-old Stuart Dempsey, of Northfield Drive, Biddulph, who denies possession of heroin with intent to supply, will have a trial at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court in the week beginning September 28. His bail has been extended.
Paul Leon, aged 59, care of Hall Street, Burslem, has pleaded guilty to three sexual offences.
Christine Leon, aged 60, of Nethercote Place, Bentilee, has admitted aiding and abetting Paul Leon to commit a sexual offence.
Both defendants will be sentenced at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after reports are prepared on them by probation.
They remain on bail.
Craig Stonier, aged 29, of Sydney Drive, Kingsley Holt, has enied inflicting grievous bodily harm on March 1.
His trial will be held at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court in the week commencing December 21.
Stonier has been remanded in custody.