In the Courts '“Â latest update
Here's the latest round up from Portsmouth Magistrates' Court.
:: Anthony Wagstaff, 69, of Princes Place, Portsmouth, admitted damaging pot plants and a bike worth Â£272.85 in Portsmouth on July 6, 2017.
He must pay Â£150 compensation.
:: Thomas Chandler, 26, of Foster Road, Portsmouth, admitted damaging a wing mirror at Wingfield Street, Portsmouth, on September 16.
Magistrates imposed a community order with 20 days of rehabilitation activities.
He must pay an Â£85 victim surcharge.
Chandler also admitted using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour but received no separate penalty.
He must pay Â£50 prosecution costs.
Chandler also admitted breaching a community order for failing to give a specimen of breath.
It was replaced with the new community order.
:: Raymond Fletcher, 54, of White Hart Lane, Fareham, admitted assault by beating on September 10.
He was fined Â£400 with a Â£40 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs.
:: Carl Evans, 31, of Thrush Walk, Waterlooville, admitted theft of nine boxes of Ferrero Roche worth Â£49.50 from Tesco on December 27 last year.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month conditional discharge.
He must pay Â£49.50 compensation and Â£40.50 prosecution costs.
:: Lee Grant, 38, of Ratcliffe Road, Farnborough, admitted assault by beating on February 18.
Portsmouth magistrates imposed a community order with 32 days of a relationships course called Building Better Relationships, and 20 days of rehabilitation activities.
He was fined Â£50 with an Â£85 victim surcharge and Â£100 prosecution costs.
A restraining order bans him from contacting a woman and from going to a street for a year.
:: Aleksejs Radzenieks, 37, of Southwick Road, Wickham, amditted drink-driving on April 8 in West Street, Fareham.
He admitted driving without an MOT, insurance and a licence.
A test revealed he had 57 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, more than the 35mg legal limit.
Magistrates fined him Â£500 with a 36-month ban for the offence.
He must pay a Â£50 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs.
Radzenieks also admitted driving while using a mobile phone and assaulting a police officer.
He was fined Â£170 for the assault on the police officer on April 8.