THE following cases were heard at Southampton Magistrates' Court...

CARITA-MAIVIA BLYTH, 49, of Wetherby Gardens, Totton. Admitted breach of supervision requirements imposed following her release from prison. Failed to keep in touch with supervisor since September 7, 2021. Fined £100.

SIMON PATRICK FLOOD, 31, of The Avenue, Southampton. Admitted breach of supervision requirements imposed following his release from prison. Failed to attend planned appointments with supervisor on four occasions. Fined £100.

LISA HOPKINS, 30, of Howard Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to one count of racially / religiously aggravated fear / provocation of violence by words / writing, and one count of assault by beating. Sent to Crown Court for trial in custody.

KYLE MCGAILEY, 23, of Cranbury Avenue, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to ten counts of assault by beating. Remanded on conditional bail. Next hearing in magistrates' court on January 31.

ROBERTO-GABRIEL COMAN, 19, of Dunbar Road, Bournemouth. Pleaded guilty to one count of driving without a licence, one count of fraudulently using a registration mark / registration document, one count of driving without insurance and one count of driving / stopping a vehicle on motorway central reservation / verge while riding a Suzuki GSXR 1000 in Chilworth. Driving record endorsed with six points and fined a total of £383.

MARK ANDREW FORD, 60, of Coventry Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to one count of drink driving a Ford Iveco Truck in Wiltshire. Disqualified from driving for 48 months and community order made. Also fined £120 and ordered to pay victim surcharge of £90 and court costs of £85.

DYLAN JOHN HOBBS, 22, of Bursledon Road, Southampton. Admits breach of community order implemented by Portsmouth Crown Court. Failed to attend unpaid work and planned office appointment. Ordered to pay £60.

LEE JAMES GOSDEN, 33, of International Way, Southampton. Admitted breach of community order. Failed to attend three office appointments. Fined £160.

ROBERT OSTROWSKI, 39, of Copeland Road, Southampton admits breach of community order. Failed to attend unpaid work twice. Fined £260.

DANIELLE PHILLIPS-BURTON, 24, of Lynton Road, Hedge End. Pleaded guilty to keeping a motor vehicle which does not meet insurance requirements. Fined a total of £100.

CRAIG GLEN, 50, of Goodwood Gardens, Totton. Pleaded guilty to being in charge of a car while over the drink drive limit. Order to pay £85.00 victim surcharge and £190. Driving record endorsed with 10 points.