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Bradley Reid, 26, of no fixed address, admitted criminal damage.

He damaged a glass panel at the Fleet pub in King Henry Street, Portsmouth, on October 21.

Reid must pay £100 compensation and a £150 criminal courts charge.

Jack MacDonald, 22, of Renny Road, Fratton, admitted being drunk and disorderly.

He committed the offence on October 10 in Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth.

Magistrates handed him a conditional discharge for six months.

He must pay a £15 victim surcharge, £85 prosecution costs and a £150 criminal courts charge.

Rebecca Mackay, 26, of Estella Road, Buckland, admitted three charges of theft.

She stole DVDs worth a combined total of £290 from Sainsbury’s in Portsmouth on October 7, 8 and 9.

Mackay must pay £230 in compensation and a £150 criminal courts charge.

Ian Toovey, 50, of Cheltenham Road, Paulsgrove, admitted possessing a quantity of cannabis, a class B drug.

He committed the offence on June 6 in Portsmouth.

Magistrates handed him a six-month conditional discharge with a £15 victim surcharge.

He must also pay £85 prosecution costs and a £180 criminal courts charge.

The drugs were ordered to be forfeited and destroyed under section 27 of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.

John Westrope, 28, of North End Avenue, North End, admitted criminal damage.

He damaged the front door worth £609.85 of a building in Victoria Road, Emsworth, on September 20.

Magistrates gave him a conditional discharge for 12 months.

He must pay £609.85 compensation.

Westrope must also pay a £150 criminal courts charge for the offence.

Richard Featherstone, 25, of Little Park Farm Road, admitted dishonestly receiving stolen goods.

He received two gold rings on September 14 in Fareham.

Magistrates jailed him for 20 weeks.

They said he has a previous record of like offending, did not co-operate with the police and entered his guilty plea late.

He must pay an £80 victim surcharge and £180 criminal courts charge.

Clare Nash, 50, of Pavilion Way, Gosport, admitted assaulting a man by beating him.

She was given a conditional discharge for six months by magistrates.

Nash was given a restraining order for a year banning him from contacting a man and a woman involved.

She must pay a £15 victim surcharge and £400 prosecution costs.

Nash must also pay a £150 criminal courts charge.