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

RYAN HARVEY, 28, of Landguard Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to theft from a shop after he stole cigarettes worth £40 from Co-Op. He was ordered to pay £40 compensation. 

DYLAN DAVID, 25, pleaded guilty to four counts of theft from a shop. This relates to nine bottles of wine he stole from Co-Op on Hinkler Road worth £80.50. He also stole items from Lawrences Garages Ltd in Southampton. David was fined £120 and must pay £80.50 compensation and £50 court costs. 

PAUL JAMES, 33, of Harborough Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to failing to attend or remain for the duration of an initial assessment following a test for Class A drugs. He was fined £80. 

DANIEL CLARK, 32, of Linden Road, Romsey admitted to failing to provide a specimen for analysis at Southampton General Hospital. He also pleaded guilty to driving without third-party insurance on Lordshill Way, Southampton. He was given a one-year community order with 20 rehabilitation days and 100 hours of unpaid work. Clark was banned from driving for 24 months and must pay £85 court costs plus a £114 surcharge. 

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CHARLOTTE GELARDE, 30, admitted two counts of theft from a shop after she stole £43 worth of perfume and a wallet from Next at Westquay in Southampton. She also stole £140 worth of toothbrushes from Asda in Harbour Parade. Gelarde was jailed for 12 weeks. 

JAMES STRUTHERS, 30, of Monsal Avenue, Ferndown was found guilty of using a phone whilst driving on the M27 in Southampton. He was fined £220 and received six points on his licence. He must pay £300 court costs and an £88 surcharge. 

BRIAN SINGH, 26, of Millbrook Road East, Southampton admitted a charge of racially or religiously aggravated intentional harassment, alarm or distress. He received a one-year community order with an alcohol abstinence and monitoring requirement and four rehabilitation days. Singh must pay £150 compensation and £85 court costs.