In the courts - latest round-up

Four public car parks in Portsmouth targeted by vandals

Jamie Hall, 31, of Nutwick Road, Havant, admitted failing to comply with a community requirement of a suspended sentence by not turning up for two appointments.

Magistrates varied the sentence for theft and failure to surrender with a 12-week term suspended for 12 months.

They added a 30-day curfew.

Darren Nicholls, 37, of Redlands Lane, Fareham, admitted driving while unfit through drugs on May 28 in Fareham.

He was caught in Drift Road, Wallington, in a Peugeot Partner and was fined £120.

Nicholls must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.

Nigel Goodridge, 40, of Kingsclere Avenue, Havant, admitted resisting a police officer on June 11 in North Street, Havant.

He was fined £54 with a £30 victim surcharge and £135 prosecution costs.

George Larkins, 48, of no fixed address, was found guilty of three counts of failing to comply with a community protection notice.

On May 25, June 13 and June 16 he slept in the doorway of the Post Office, West Street, Fareham.

Larkins was fined £20 for each offence.

He must also pay a £30 victim surcharge.

Jordan March, 24, of Hunters Point, Chinnar, Oxon, admitted assault by beating against a woman in Portsmouth on September 13.

He was handed a community order with 10 days of rehabilitation activities.

Yilmaz Sener, 48, of Old Street, Fareham, admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath when suspected of having driven a vehicle.

He was fined £420 for the offence on September 7 and banned for 12 months.

He must pay a £42 victim surcharge and £400 prosecution costs.

David Knipe, 37, of Princess Street, Buckland, admitted theft of toiletries worth £173.50 from Boots in Commercial Road, Portsmouth, on September 19.

Magistrates imposed an eight-week sentence for the offence.

Knipe also admitted failing to surrender to custody on October 13 and was sentenced to seven days.

He admitted failing to surrender to custody on October 25 and received seven days in prison.

Knipe also admitted breaching a suspended sentence for theft and received a 10-week term.

In total his sentence was 20 weeks.