A DRUG addict thief who smashed up a police cell has been spared jail.
George Warlow, 47, pleaded guilty to possessing three wraps of class A diamorphine at his home.
He admitted committing the offence while subject to a suspended sentence for burglary, taking a vehicle without consent and driving while disqualified.
Warlow also pleaded guilty to stealing a mobile phone worth £500 from a man in Havant.
He admitted trashing a police cell at Waterlooville station by throwing food and drink all over the walls and floor, defecating on a bench and blocking a toilet.
The cell had to be deep cleaned as a result.
Warlow, from Hurstbourne Close, Havant, was sentenced to eight months in prison suspended for a 15 months by Portsmouth magistrates.
He was ordered to have nine months of treatment for his drug dependency as a non-resident patient.
He was put under supervision for 15 months.
Warlow must also pay £300 in compensation.
An order was made for the diamorphine seized to be forfeited and destroyed under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.