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

SARAH COOPER, 29, of Howards Mead, Pennington pleaded guilty to theft from a shop in that she stole meat products of an unknown value from Waitrose in Lymington. Cooper was granted bail to appear at the same court on November 13 for sentencing.

SAMUEL BARTON, 30, of Purvis Gardens, Southampton admitted charges of assault by beating and possessing a knife in a public place. Barton was given a six-month sentence suspended for two years with 25 rehabilitation days and 125 hours of unpaid work. An order was made for the forfeiture and destruction of the knife. He must pay £200 compensation, court costs of £85 and a £154 surcharge. A restraining order was also made banning him from contacting his victim for the next two years. 

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KAMERON HUTCHINSON, 36, of Porchester Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to driving without insurance and driving whilst disqualified on Windrush Way in Hythe. He was behind the wheel of a black Ford Focus at the time. Hutchinson was given an eight-week sentence suspended for 12 months with 60 hours of unpaid work. He was banned from driving for 12 months.

JORDAN MASON, 23, of no fixed abode pleaded guilty to two counts of theft from a shop in that he stole various bottles of alcohol from Tesco on Lymington High Street on two separate occasions. He also admitted possessing a controlled drug of Class A, namely cannabis, in Mill Lane, Lymington. Mason was jailed for 12 weeks and must pay a £154 surcharge. An order was made for the forfeiture and destruction of the drugs.

DANIEL MARCZYLO, 36, of Hedley Close, Fawley pleaded guilty to three counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker. He also admitted using threatening or abusive words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress. Marczylo was jailed for 24 weeks. He must pay £200 compensation.