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Mohammed Said, 47, of Clive Road, Kingston, admitted stealing £47 from an amusement arcade in Blackpool.

He was given a community order with a month-long curfew.

Said must pay a £60 victim surcharge, £85 prosecution costs and a £180 criminal courts charge.

He further admitted failing to surrender to custody on December 7.

Anthony Baxter, 28, of Deerhurst Crescent, Paulsgrove, was found guilty of assault by beating on May 31 in Portsmouth.

Magistrates handed him a community order with 150 hours unpaid work to complete in 12 months.

Baxter must pay a £60 victim surcharge, £300 prosecution costs and a £520 criminal courts charge.

Sam Holdsworth, 29, of Pyle Close, Waterlooville, was found guilty of exposing his genitals to cause alarm or distress.

He was given a community order with a rehabilitation activity requirement of up to 20 days.

He committed the offence on Woodcroft Lane in Waterlooville on August 2.

Now he must pay a £60 victim surcharge, £620 prosecution costs and a £1,000 criminal courts charge.

Benjamin Austin, 30, of Chidham Close, Havant, admitted driving without insurance.

He was stopped in a Vauxhall Astra in Fraser Road, Havant, on March 25.

He was banned from driving for 42 days with a £200 fine.

Austin must pay a £20 victim surcharge.

Paul Edgley, 46, of Rue Jamouneau, St Petersport, Guernsey, admitted drink driving.

He was caught at Portsmouth International Port on December 18.

A test revealed he had 45 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

Edgley was fined £400 with a £40 victim surcharge, £85 prosecution costs and a £150 criminal courts charge.

He was banned from driving for 36 months.

Clinton Holley, 35, of Railway View, Fratton, admitted stealing gift sets worth £26 from Boots in Southsea on October 19.

District Judge Anne Arnold jailed him for 14 days for the offence.

He also admitted failing to surrender to custody on November 17 and was given 60 days consecutive to the first term.

He has 40 previous like offences and it was his 16th occasion of failing to surrender.

Holley breached a 12-month conditional discharge for begging in Albert Road, Southsea, on July 16. He was dealt with for the offence but given no separate penalty.

Holley was given 74 days in total and must pay an £80 victim surcharge and a £150 criminal courts charge.

An earlier version of this omitted some information.

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