In the Courts '“ latest update
n Anne Collins, 47, of Hunts Pond Road, Fareham, admitted speeding in The Avenue in Fareham on October 1 last year.
She went over the 30mph limit and was fined £80 with three points on her licence.
Collins must pay a £20 victim surcharge and £185 prosecution costs.
n Deborah Regan, 41, of Dragonfly Chase, Ilchester, admitted drink-driving at HMS Sultan in Gosport on December 15 last year.
She was stopped driving a Volkswagen Golf in Military Road and a test showed she had 67 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, nearly double the 35mg legal limit.
Regan was fined £250 and banned for 18 months.
She must pay a £25 victim surcharge and £370 prosecution costs.
n Fiona Loveday, 50, of The Crossways, Gosport, admitted harassment between October 1 and December 6 last year.
Magistrates imposed a community order after she sent the victim letters, threw water at his property and knocked the door and shouted through his letter box.
Loveday must complete 20 days of rehabilitation activities.
A restraining order bans her from contacting two people and from entering an address.
She was fined £25 with a £60 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Ashley Martin, 34, of no fixed address, was handed a 21-day suspended prison sentence for three thefts from supermarkets.
On March 6 he stole drinks worth £2.89 from Sainsbury’s in Portsmouth.
Then on March 10 he stole meat worth £28.30 from the Sainsbury’s in the city and £43.78 worth of coffee and whisky from Tesco.
Magistrates imposed a seven-day term suspended for 12 months on each charge to run consecutively.
He must pay an £80 victim surcharge and £31.19 in compensation.
n Jason Hancock, 46, of Bartons Cross, Horndean, admitted not wearing a seat belt while driving.
He was caught in a Mercedes Vito van in Durrants Road, Rowlands Castle on July 3 last year.
Hancock was fined £100 with a £20 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.
n Kynan Lewis, 20, care of Hipley Road, Havant, admitted assault by beating against Jamie Cameron on March 13 in Portsmouth.
Lewis was jailed for 18 weeks as it was a sustained attack, he made threats to kill and he had recently been jailed so was on post-sentence supervision.
Lewis also admitted criminal damage to property.
He was jailed for eight weeks consecutive to the assault sentence.
He must pay an £80 victim surcharge.
In total his sentence was 26 weeks in prison.