Here are the latest updates from Portsmouth's courts
Here's the latest from Portsmouth Magistrates' Court.
Ashley Edden, 30, care of Crabbe Court, Portsmouth, admitted shoplifting at Waitrose in Petersfield on October 5.
Magistrates fined him Â£40 with a Â£30 victims surcharge.
Sean Jeffery, 35, of Knox Road, Stamshaw, admitted having cocaine, a class A drug on September 14 in Cosham.
Magistrates fined him Â£433 with a Â£43 victim surcharge.
The drug must be forfeited and destroyed.
Maureen Love, 74, of Sea Grove Avenue, Hayling Island, admitted failed to give a specimen of breath on October 8 at Portsmouth Central police station.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month conditional discharge with a Â£20 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs.
Magistrates banned him from driving for 12 months.
Paul Wallbridge, 20, of Chaffinch Green, Wecock Farm, admitted having an offensive weapon, a knuckleduster, at Market Quay car park in Fareham on October 4.
Magistrates imposed a 12-month community order with electronic tag and curfew.
He must pay an Â£85 victim surcharge and the knuckleduster must by destroyed.
Wallbridge also admitted having cannabis, a class B drug, and driving without insurance or a licence.
Magistrates fined him Â£100 for the insurance with six points imposed on his licence.
Matthew Benneyworth, 57, of Laburnum Road, Waterlooville, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress on September 8 in Magnolia Terrace.
Magistrates fined him Â£150 with a Â£30 victim surcharge and Â£85 prosecution costs.
He admitted damaging a door on the same day.
Robert Ramage, 56, of Bunting Gardens, Waterlooville, was found guilty of using a phone while driving on February 5 in Gudge Heath Lane, Fareham.
Magistrates fined him Â£150 with a Â£30 victim surcharge and Â£200 prosecution costs.
Magistrates imposed six points on his driving licence.
Dariusz Nowogrodzki, 56, of Nightingale Grove, Southampton, admitted driving using a mobile phone on the M27 westbound between junction 10-9 on February 20.
Magistrates fined him Â£150 with a Â£30 victim surcharge and Â£300 prosecution costs.
He received six points on his licence.