Here's the latest from the courts

- Harry Egerton, 18, of Falmouth Road, Paulsgrove, admitted harassment of a woman between June 13 and August 30.

Thursday, 9th November 2017, 10:27 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 12:45 pm

Magistrates imposed a community order with 36-hour attendance centre requirement.

A restraining order bans him from contacting the woman for a year. He sent her messages and called her.

- Emma Bishop, 43, of Rosetta Road, Southsea, admitted failing to promptly notify Portsmouth City Council her earnings would increase, which affected her housing benefit.

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She committed the offence between March 9, 2015, and November 20, 2016.

Bishop was handed a 12-month conditional discharge with a £20 victim surcharge to pay.

- Nicholas Holley, 31, of New Road, Portsmouth, admitted damaging a front door of M Cutting hairdressers on September 18 in Portsmouth.

He also admitted being drunk and disorderly on the same day.

Magistrates imposed a six-week prison sentence suspended for a year.

He must pay £200 compensation.

- Stephen Wilson, 29, of no fixed address, was jailed for six weeks after being found guilty of harassment causing alarm or distress, between July 25 and 28.

He sent a woman threatening messages. Magistrates ordered him to pay a £115 victim surcharge.

- Maxine Page, 25, of Sudbury Road, Cosham, admitted theft of bedding and clothes worth £90.90 from Primark in Portsmouth on January 30.

Magistrates imposed a nine-month conditional discharge with a £20 victim surcharge and £100 prosecution costs.

- Laurie Murphy, 26, of no fixed address, admitted theft of perfume from Debenhams worth £138 on September 20.

Magistrates imposed a 21-day prison sentence suspended for a year.

Magistrates imposed 25 days of rehabilitation activities. Murphy must pay a £115 victim surcharge.

She was detained in court but that was deemed served due to time spent in custody.

She admitted breaching a community order handed to her for two previous thefts.

Murphy had previously taken £48 worth of handbags from Marks and Spencer on September 6.

She had also taken four navy handbags worth £100 from the same shop on September 7.