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n Mary Baxter, 37, of Sandringham Road, Fratton, admitted theft of beef and pork worth £41.98 from Iceland in Portsmouth.

Baxter stole the meat on August 21 and was fined £50.

She must pay a £30 victim surcharge and £40 prosecution costs.

n Christopher Fagan, 36, of HMP Winchester, was jailed for 32 weeks for six thefts.

He stole £500 worth of clothing from Next in Havant on August 4 and £630 worth of clothes from the same shop on July 30.

Fagan also stole a further £300 worth of clothing from the shop on July 27.

Then on June 7 he stole two guitars worth £700 from The Music Room in Commercial Road, Portsmouth.

He had previously stolen a guitar worth £455 from the same store on May 9.

On June 14 he stole food worth £114 from Morrisons in Waterlooville.

Magistrates jailed him for four weeks for each offence, to run consecutively.

Fagan also admitted breaching a suspended sentence for a theft in Chichester, and received eight weeks for this.

n Garry Davies, 50, of Camp Road, Gosport, admitted two counts of driving while disqualified and twice driving without insurance.

He also admitted possession of cannabis, a class B drug.

Davies was caught driving a blue Renault Megane in Privett Place on July 17 and in Brockhurst Road the next day. Magistrates banned him from driving for 12 months.

He was ordered to complete a community order with a thinking skills programme of 20 sessions.

The court ordered the cannabis to be forfeited and destroyed.

n Peter Watters, 22, of no fixed address, admitted two counts of assault by beating against two different woman.

He was jailed for four months for each offence to run concurrently.

He assaulted both women in Havant on September 6.

n Vinothan Maheson, 44, of Fawcett Road, Southsea, admitted breaching the peace in Portsmouth on August 28.

He was bound over for six months in the sum of £100.

He must not be abusive or aggressive.

n Hannah Bloomfield, 22, of Ophir Road, North End, admitted theft of a Yankee candle worth £21.99 from Boots on June 8.

She must pay £21.99 compensation and £85 prosecution costs.

n Martyne Callaway, 24, of Ralph Road, Paulsgrove, admitted the theft of three Yankee candles worth £65.97 from Boots on June 8.

Callaway also admitted theft of another three Yankee candles worth £75.97 from Boots on June 15.

She also admitted stealing two Yankee candles worth £43.98 from Boots on June 28. She must pay £185.92 compensation and £85 costs.