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

ELISSA CURTIS, 18, of Howard Road, Southampton, admitted causing criminal damage to a plant pot in Cromwell Road, Southampton. They also pleaded guilty to assault by beating, harassment and sending a letter or communication conveying a threatening message. They were bailed to appear at the same court on November 15 for sentencing.

MIGUEL SEWELL, 43, of Millbrook Road West, Southampton, admitted possessing a controlled drug of class A, namely crack cocaine. An order was made for the forfeiture and destruction of the drugs. Sewell was fined £500 and must pay court costs of £85 plus a £200 surcharge. 

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BENJAMIN MUBELAYI, 24, of Portswood Road, Southampton, pleaded guilty to driving without insurance and driving whilst disqualified on Park Road, Southampton. Mubelayi was ordered to pay a £300 fine and received six points on his licence. He must also pay court costs of £85. 

JOHN NELLTHORPE, 49, of Macarthur Crescent, Southampton, pleaded guilty to causing a vehicle to be left in a dangerous position on the M3. He also admitted failing to stop after a road accident. Nellthorpe was given a one-year community order with six days of rehabilitation activity and 150 hours of unpaid work. He received 10 points on his licence, a fine of £133 and must pay court costs of £85 plus a £114 surcharge.

MICHAEL DELATOWSKI, 42, of Burke Drive, Southampton, admitted driving without a licence and driving without insurance on Pepys Avenue, Southampton. He also pleaded guilty to drink driving after he was caught with 44 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of his breath. He was behind the wheel of a BMW at the time. Delatowski received a fine of £419 and was banned from driving for 14 months. He must also pay court costs of £85 and a £167 surcharge.