In the Courts - latest update
n Grace Childs, 19, of Allaway Avenue, Paulsgrove, admitted one count of criminal damage to a TV, wallpaper, Christian Louboutin shoes, a Sony PS4, a mattress, jeans and pushbike tyres worth Â£3,730.
She committed the offence on June 10 in Southsea.
Childs also admitted making a threat to cause criminal damage on June 9.
She threatened to throw a brick through a window.
Magistrates imposed a community order with 10 days of rehabilitation activities.
n Samuel Timms, 37, of Wisborough Road, Southsea, admitted being drunk and disorderly at Clarence Pier on June 24.
He was fined £50 with a £30 victim surcharge to pay.
n Daniel Evans, 30, of Knowle Avenue, Knowle, admitted assault by beating against a man, two assaults on police and a public order offence on July 4.
He was jailed for 18 weeks in total.
The public order offence was using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour causing fear of or provoking violence.
He committed all the offences in West Street, Fareham.
n Graeme Ferrie, 38, of Fairfield Avenue, Fareham, admitted stealing two bottles of fragrance from Debenhams in Fareham on July 1.
He also admitted a second theft of three bottles of fragrances from the same store.
Ferrie admitted committing an act of indecency by urinating in public.
Magistrates detained him in court but deemed this served due to time spent in custody.
n Shaun Poolman, 31, of Abbey Road, Fareham, admitted drink-driving in Elmore Road, Lee-on-the-Solent on July 17.
He was fined £440 with a 12-month driving ban.
Poolman had 41 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, more than the legal limit.
He must pay a £44 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Charlotte Whitehead, 26, of The Crossway, Fareham, admitted drink-driving in Dore Avenue, Fareham, on May 14. She was fined £260 with a 22-month driving ban. A test showed she had 200 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, more than double the 80mg limit. She must pay a £30 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n James Cannon, 33, of Naget Way, Portchester, admitted breaching a dispersal order in Fareham on August 2 and was jailed for 10 weeks.
He also admitted three thefts from Next and the Co-op and an attempted theft in the Co-op.
The dispersal order was in place in Quay Street, Fareham. He received two weeks in prison for each offence to run consecutively.