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

LUKE HARRIS, 28, of Westminster Place, Birmingham admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress in Southampton. The victim was a police officer. Harris received an 18-month conditional discharge. He must pay £85 court costs and a £26 surcharge. 

DEWAYNE NESTOR, 37, of Kingsclere Avenue, Southampton pleaded guity to harassment without violence in that he sent his victim 677 unwanted messages via social media. He was granted bail to appear at the same court on November 8 for sentencing.

LASCELL MCKENZIE, 29, of Rogers Road, Dagenham admitted drug driving on Redbridge Causeway in Totton. He was found with eight micrograms of Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol - the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis - per litre of blood. He was banned from driving for 12 months and fined £300. McKenzie must also pay court costs of £85.

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JENNIFER TURNER, 34, of Burke Drive, Southampton pleaded guilty to assault by beating. She was given an 18-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £100 in compensation. Turner must also pay court costs of £85 plus a £26 surcharge. 

DARNELL BROWN, 19, of Thorpe Close, Bournemouth admitted taking a motor vehicle without consent in Lyndhurst. He also pleaded guilty to driving without insurance, driving without a licence and drug driving. These all took place on Gosport Lane, Lyndhurst. He was found with cannabis in his blood. Brown was bailed to appear at the same court on November 15 for sentencing. He was given an interim disqualification. 

BONNIE-LOU JAMES, 29, of Badgers Copse, Park Gate pleaded guilty to speeding on the M27 between junctions five and seven at West End. She was driving a Bentley when she was caught at 72mph. A 60mph variable speed limit was in place at the time. The case was adjourned until November 3 at the same court.