Gosport pensioner, 69, admits harassing woman and damaging her Ring doorbell
DEFENDANTS at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court have been sentenced for their crimes.
Sophie Fifield, 27, of Fairlead Drive, Gosport, admitted stealing bath products worth £178.50 from boots in Gosport on April 7.
She admitted stealing £80 worth of meat and fish from Tesco Express, Gosport, on April 2.
Fifield also admitted flouring a community order for two thefts.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with 25 days' rehabilitation activities.
She must pay £90 compensation.
Perry Hore, 28, of London Road, North End, admitted cannabis drug-driving in Delamere Road, Southsea, on November 27.
He was banned from driving for three years with a £95 surcharge and £85 costs.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with 20 days' rehabilitation activities.
Andrew Payne, 56, of Sea Front, Hayling Island, admitted racially-aggravated causing fear of violence on February 26 on Hayling Island.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with 15 days' rehabilitation activities.
He was fined £120 with a £95 surcharge and £85 costs.
Ria Clarke, 36, of Milton Road, Portsmouth, admitted seven shoplifting offences.
She jointly took £40 worth of sweets from the Garner Group on June 20 last year in Southsea.
She jointly stole £148.70 worth of chocolate and coffee from Sainsbury's on January 3 in Portsmouth.
She admitted stealing £388 worth of alcohol from Waitrose in Fareham on March 31, and £289 worth of booze on April 2.
She stole £372 worth of alcohol from Tesco in Whiteley on April 2.
Clarke admitted stealing £67.50 worth of items from Co-op in Southsea on May 11, and £409 worth of booze from Waitrose in Guildford on May 31.
Magistrates imposed a nine-month community order with drug rehabilitation for six months. She must complete 10 days' rehabilitation activities.
She must pay £95 compensation.
Paul Goodenough, 69, of Hayling Close, Gosport, admitted damaging a Ring doorbell, house keys and door mat worth £516 in Hayling Close on January 1.
He admitted harassing a woman by tampering with her property, calling her and attending her home between December 10 last year and January 5.
Magistrates banned him from contacting the victim for three years and not to knock on her door.
Magistrates imposed a four-month jail term suspended for a year.
He must pay a £128 victim surcharge and £250 costs.
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