The following cases have been heard at Southampton Magistrates' Court.

JOSHUA TAYLOR, 27, of Windermere Avenue, Southampton pleaded guilty to two counts of causing criminal damage to a vehicle belonging to Hampshire Constabulary by spitting. He was jailed for 28 days.

SEBURA SELEMELA, 39, of Malcroft Mews, Marchwood admitted driving without a licence, failing to provide a specimen for analysis and driving without insurance. He was given a community order to run until December 14, 2024, with seven rehabilitation days and 120 hours of unpaid work. He was disqualified from driving for three years and must pay court costs of £85 and a £114 surcharge.

LUKE BOYLAN, 31, of St Austell Close, Bishopstoke pleaded guilty to refusing or failing to provide a sample for a Class A drug test at Basingstoke whilst in police custody. He was granted bail to appear next at the same court on October 25 for sentencing. 

CHRISTOPHER TOLFREY, 33, of no-fixed-abode admitted two counts of theft from a shop and one of attempted theft from a shop. This related to a theft at Co-Op in Southampton where £30.55 worth of washing detergent and food was stolen. The other theft and attempted theft took place in Portsmouth. He was jailed for six weeks. 

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SAMUEL CHARLETON, 30, of Lawn Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating. He was remanded in custody to appear at the same court on September 25.

ALEXANDER DIBDEN, 40, of Wallace Road, Southampton admitted theft from a shop at Ann Summers. This related to perfume worth £64 that was stolen. They were jailed for two weeks on top of a 20-week suspended sentence they had previously been given. 

KIERON SLACK-TRAVERS, 27, of Howard Road, Southampton admitted two counts of theft after alcohol worth £52 in total was stolen during two separate incidents at One Stop in Southampton. He was ordered to pay £52 compensation and £40 court costs.