In the courts - latest round-up

Hampshire chief constable Olivia Pinkney

Hampshire police faces traffic police cuts in ‘devastating blow’

Mohammed Said, 49, of Clive Road, Fratton, admitted two charges of failing to comply with supervision requirements after being released from prison and was fined £80.

Magistrates ordered him to be detained in court.

Sophie Fifield, 23, of Balfour Close, Gosport, admitted theft of chocolate from Poundland in Gosport on January 4.

She also admitted resisting a PC on January 14.

Magistrates fined her £100 with a £30 victim surcharge.

No separate penalty was imposed after she admitted failing to surrender to custody on January 31.

Michael Chandler, 32, of Kite Close, Wecock Farm, admitted theft of meat worth £75 from Marks & Spencer, Petersfield, on December 8.

He was fined £80 with £75 compensation to pay and a £30 victim surcharge.

Chandler admitted breaching a curfew under a community order and was fined £30.

Terry Chandler, 29, of Market Parade, Havant, admitted making off without payment for petrol worth £50 in Waterlooville on January 12.

Magistrates imposed a 12-month conditional discharge with £50 compensation to pay.

He admitted six further charges of the same offence in Havant and Waterlooville.

Chandler also admitted having an offensive weapon, a knife, on January 12.

Finally, he also admitted driving without insurance and failing to surrender to custody. He received six points on his licence.

In all, he must pay fines and costs of £786.25.

Georgia Ballard, 21, of Jellicoe Avenue, Gosport, admitted drink-driving in Brockhurst Road, Gosport, on December 14.

She was fined £500 with a 20-month driving ban.

Ballard was caught in a Citroen C3.

A test revealed she had 211 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of urine, more than the 107mg limit.

She must pay a £50 victim surcharge and £85 prosecution costs.