In the courts - latest cases
n Liam Stanley, 21, of no fixed address, admitted stealing vodka and macaroons worth Â£7.50 from Asda.
He stole the items in Waterlooville on December 26 last year.
Stanley was handed a two-week prison term for this offence.
He also admitted two counts of assault on a man and a woman at Asda on December 22 and was sentenced for 10 weeks concurrent for each.
He further admitted assaulting a man by beating in Asda on December 28 and sentenced for 12 weeks.
In total he was jailed for 12 weeks due to the nature and number of like offences, and it was an assault on public servant, committed on licence and it was an unprovoked assault.
n Brian Kerridge, 37, of Purbrook Way, Havant, admitted criminal damage.
He damaged a Liebherr 914 Litronic digger at Hopkins household recycling centre in Havant on December 5 last year.
Kerridge caused £673.86 of damage.
He was jailed for eight weeks as he damaged a public amenity.
He was also in breach of a conditional discharge for an offence involving the same victim,
Kerridge had been given the previous conditional discharge for attempting to steal items from Havant Borough Council on February 18.
He was given a two-week concurrent sentence.
n James Cannon, 32, of Forton Road, Gosport, admitted stealing a bottle of red wine worth £5 from Tesco.
Cannon also admitted assaulting a man by beating at Tesco.
He was jailed for 12 weeks for the January 11 offences committed in Grange Road, Gosport.
Cannon was sent to prison as he committed the offence on licence, has previous like offences and assaulted a person trying to do his job.
n Charlee Frost, 29, of Browning Avenue, Portsmouth, admitted stealing hair extensions and tanning products from Sally’s Beauty Supplies worth £320.
She was given a 12-month conditional discharge for the August 28 offence last year committed in Portsmouth.
She must pay £320 compensation, a £15 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Andrew Harbridge Frost, 19, of Oracle Drive, Waterlooville, admitted assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty.
He committed the offence on October 30 last year in Portsmouth.
Harbridge was fined £300 and must pay £50 compensation.
He must also pay a £20 victim surcharge and £185 Crown Prosecution Service costs.