Fareham drug user told to get help

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THIEF Kellie Golds has been ordered to get help for her drug problem.

Golds pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of shoes from BHS in Osborn Square, Fareham, on September 14.

The 36-year-old, of Coombe Farm Avenue, Fareham, also admitted possessing the class A drug heroin in Fareham on October 7.

Fareham magistrates ordered Golds to have six months of drug rehabilitation treatment.

She was also put under supervision for nine months by the court.

Golds was told to pay £200 in costs.

An order was made for the drugs to be forfeited and destroyed.