n Daisy May Hunt, 18, of Tunstall Road, Wymering, admitted stealing two packs of Capri Sun, a packet of crisps, shower gel, a four-pack of Pepsi, Red Bull and baby socks worth £7 from Poundland on April 1.
Hunt was fined £80 for the one count of theft.
She must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Minnie-Mo Hunt, 21, of Holbeach Close, Portsmouth, admitted stealing Minion chocolate bars, baby flannels and shower gel worth £3 from Poundland on April 1.
She was fined £80 for the one count of theft and must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Tammy Hunt, 38, of Tunstall Road, Wymering, admitted possession of cannabis, a class B drug, on May 11 and was fined £80.
She must pay a £30 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
The cannabis will be forfeited and destroyed under a court order.
n Keiran Brewer, 21, of Ernest Road, Portsmouth, admitted driving a moped while disqualified in Copnor Road on March 10.
He also admitted using the moped without third-party insurance.
The district judge banned him from driving for 12 months with a community order and 100 hours of unpaid work to complete.
He must also pay a £60 victim surcharge.
n Helen Hancock, 44, of Watts Road, Portsmouth, was found guilty of two counts of assault by beating on January 17 in Portsmouth.
A district judge handed her a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months with 12 months supervision.
She must complete 30 days of rehabilitation activities.
Two restraining orders ban her from contacting the victims for a year.
n Simon Freeman, 27, of Coleridge Road, admitted stealing sweets worth £83 from Poundland in Portsmouth on March 2.
He also admitted stealing £53-worth of sweets from the Co-op in Southsea on April 23.
Freeman must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
Magistrates imposed a two-year conditional discharge.
n Russell Hutton, 32, of Ravenswood House, Knowle, was found guilty in his absence of using racially-aggravated threatening, abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress.
Magistrates fined him £150 and detained him in court.
This was deemed served by magistrates due to time spent in custody.