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n Martin Ash, 36, of Gamble Road, Portsmouth, admitted driving a white van without due care and attention on June 19 in Milton Road, Milton.

Ash was fined £200 and ordered to pay £235 in court costs, plus a victim surcharge of £20.

He received nine penalty points on his driving licence.

n Vjaceslavs Birnbaums, 27, of Foster Road, Portsmouth, admitted stealing two bottles of Jack Daniels.

The theft happened at Marks and Spencers on July 26 and the bottles were worth £50 altogether.

Birnbaums was ordered to pay £235 in court costs.

n Jay Compton, 25, of Tiller Road, Waterlooville, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her on August 27 in Waterlooville.

Magistrates imposed a community order to attend appointments with a responsible officer and carry out rehabilitation.

He must pay a total of £445, including a fine, court costs and compensation to the victim.

n Mark Male, 30, of Chichester House, Lockerley Road, Havant, was found guilty by magistrates of assaulting a woman by beating her.

The assault took place in Cranleigh Road, Fratton, on July 1.

Male was given a community order and must carry out rehabilitation.

He must pay out a total of £1,450, including £620 to the Crown Prosecution Service because of his not guilty plea, as well as court costs, a fine and compensation.

n George Talmondt, 28, of Mulberry Lane, Cosham, pleaded guilty to harassing a woman in Horndean between September 16 and 26.

Numerous text messages of an offensive or threatening nature were sent.

He was given a community order and must carry out 40 hours of unpaid work over the next year.

Magistrates ordered him to pay out a total of £295, including court costs and a victim surcharge.

n Peter Day, 55, of Blenheim Court, Southsea, admitted a course of conduct amounting to the harassment of a woman.

The offences took place between June 25 and October 10 in Southsea.

Day was given a community order, including treatment for alcohol dependency.

Magistrates imposed a restraining order not to enter Hellyer Road, Hatfield Road or Oliver Road in Southsea.

He must pay out a total of £295 to the court, including costs and a victim surcharge.

n Andrew Travers-Ayre, 44, of Sandy Point Road, Hayling Island, admitted using threatening or insulting words to a woman in Havant.

The offences happened on August 1. He was ordered to pay a total of £485 to the court, including costs.