Drug user ordered to get help for her addiction

Chief Inspector Sharon Woolrich

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A WOMAN who admitted fleeing a taxi without paying has been told to get help for her drug problem.

Rebecca Connelly, from Pettycot Crescent, Gosport, admitted committing the offence in Stoke Road, Gosport.

She pleaded guilty to a separate charge of failing to answer bail.

Connelly was ordered to pay £18 compensation by Fareham magistrates.

She was told to undergo six months of treatment for drug dependency as a non-resident patient.

Magistrates put the 21-year-old under supervision for six months.