Here is our latest update on cases heard at magistrates’ courts around the area.
- Daniel Loveridge, 27, of Percy Road, Southsea, admitted having a bladed article, a lock knife, in a public place.
He committed the offence on June 2 in Commercial Road, Portsmouth.
Magistrates sentenced him to 12 weeks in prison suspended for 12 months.
It was his second offence of carrying a bladed article.
Loveridge must pay an £80 victim surcharge and a £180 criminal courts charge.
The lock knife was ordered to be forfeited under Section 143 Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act and destroyed.
- Gary Abbott, 19, of no fixed address, admitted attempting to steal a pedal cycle.
He committed the offence in Queen Street, Portsea, on July 21.
Abbott must pay £35 in compensation, a £15 victim surcharge, £50 prosecution costs and a £180 criminal courts charge.
Magistrates imposed an 18-month conditional discharge.
Abbott further admitted failing to surrender to custody at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court on August 25.
- Daniel Chamberlain, 30, of Malvern Road, Southsea, admitted stealing Glenfiddich worth £50 from Asda.
He committed the offence on August 11 at Asda in Fratton.
Magistrates imposed a six-month conditional discharge.
Chamberlain must pay a £15 victim surcharge, £50 prosecution costs and a £150 criminal courts charge.
- Rebecca Guess, 47, of Australia Close, Landport, admitted wilfully obstructing a constable in the execution of his duty.
She committed the offence on August 12 in Portsmouth.
Guess was given a six-month conditional discharge.
She must pay a £15 victim surcharge, £50 prosecution costs and a £150 criminal courts charge.
- Robert Kille, 31, of Milton Road, Milton, admitted stealing items from a Co-op in Southsea.
He was given a nine-month conditional discharge.
Kille committed the offence on July 24.
He must pay a £15 victim surcharge and a £150 criminal courts charge.
- Jamie Nicholds, 36, of Knowsley Road, Cosham, admitted stealing chocolate and a ready meal worth £7.87 from Co-op.
Magistrates sentenced him to 14 days in prison suspended for six months.
Nicholds committed the offence in Southsea on July 12.
He must pay a victim surcharge of £80, prosecution costs of £85 and a criminal courts charge of £150.