In the Courts '“ latest update
n Callum Mears, 23, of Dove Close, Waterlooville, admitted criminal damage to a door in Fulmer Walk, Waterlooville, on April 3.
Magistrates imposed a restraining order banning him from contacting a named person or going to the address for a year.
Mears was fined £250 with £156 compensation, a £25 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Charlie Payne, 23, of Lulworth Close, Hayling Island, admitted criminal damage to a door in Havant Road, Hayling Island, on April 1.
He was given a restraining order banning him from contacting two named people for a year.
Payne was fined £90 with £350 compensation and £20 victim surcharge to pay.
He must also pay £85 prosecution costs.
n Christopher Hill, 41, of Laburnum Road, Waterlooville, admitted breaching the peace on April 29 at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham.
He was bound over in the sum of £50 for six months to keep the peace.
n Martin Paynter, 30, of Ottoway Road, Chichester, admitted driving without due care and attention in Newgate Lane, Fareham, on November 30 last year.
He was fined £280 and given six points on his licence.
Paynter also admitted assault by beating and was fined £425 with £500 compensation and a £42 victim surcharge.
He also admitted criminal damage to a vehicle and was given no separate penalty for this.
n Charlie Ruffell, 22, of Yves Mews, Southsea, admitted driving without insurance and was fined £300.
He was caught in New Road, Portsmouth, on August 21 last year.
Magistrates banned him from driving for six months.
He must pay a £30 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Rachael Benn, 35, of Western Parade, Southsea, admitted fraud by failing to tell Portsmouth City Council there was a reduction in her rent, intending to make a gain in housing benefit.
She was given a 12-month conditional discharge.
Benn must pay a £15 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs for the offence committed between May 2013 and July 2015.
n Charlotte Browne, 33, of Percy Road, Southsea, was found guilty of receiving stolen goods, including DVDs, a camera, paper shredder, training shoes and toiletries.
Magistrates imposed a community order with 20 days of a thinking skills programme.
She must complete 30 days of rehabilitation activities.
Browne committed the offence between February 23 and March 8 this year in Portsmouth.
She must pay £304 compensation and £150 prosecution costs.