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

TERENCE VEAL, 29, of Abbey Close, Hythe pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to a letterbox and two counts of assault by beating. He was given a 12-week sentence suspended for 18 months with an alcohol treatment requirement and 25 rehabilitation days. He must pay a £128 surcharge. 

IAN BAILEY, 21, of George Street, Bourne admitted a charge of assault by beating in Southampton and theft from a shop relating to £25.55 worth of alcohol and cigarettes stolen from Sainsbury's. He was jailed for five weeks and must pay £75.55 compensation. 

EDWIN MATTHEWS, 40, of Sutton Road, Totton pleaded guilty to possessing a controlled drug of Class A, namely cocaine, in Fareham. He was fined £100 and an order was made for the forfeiture and destruction of the drugs. Matthews must also pay £85 court costs.

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HARRY TENNENT, 30, of Chestnut Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to three counts of drug driving on the M3 near Winchester, failing to attend or remain for the duration of an initial assessment following a Class A drug test, obstructing or resisting a constable in the execution of their duty and failing to co-operate with a preliminary test, namely a drugs wipe, in Southampton. He was given a one-year community order with 15 rehabilitation days and 120 hours of unpaid work. He was banned from driving for 42 months and received four points on his licence. Tennent must pay £620 court costs. 

KLEVIS XHALILI, 26, of Shirley Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to failing to stop for a police officer or traffic warden, driving without insurance and driving without a licence. The offences were committed in a Vauxhall Vivaro on Coventry Road, Southampton. Xhalili was banned from driving for six months and received eight points on his licence. He must pay a fine of £267, £85 court costs and a £147 surcharge.