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

LEWIS OAKLEY, 22, of Hobart Drive, Hythe pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen for analysis on Southern Road, Southampton. He also admitted obstructing or resisting a constable in the execution of their duty in Hythe. He received a one-year community order with 120 hours of unpaid work and an 18-month driving ban. Oakley must pay £85 court costs and a £114 surcharge.

LAKHWINDER DIGWA, 26, of Graham Road, Southampton admitted to possessing a locking knife and possessing a controlled drug of Class B, namely cannabis in Southampton. He was given a six-month prison sentence suspended for 24 months with an accredited programme and 120 hours of unpaid work. An order was made for the forfeiture and destruction of the drugs. Digwa must pay £85 court costs and a £154 surcharge. 

BEN TYLER, 38, of Whitebeam Close, Andover pleaded guilty to two public order offences and assault by beating in Southampton. Tyler was given an 18-month community order with a 90-day alcohol abstinence and monitoring requirement. He must complete 150 hours of unpaid work and pay £250 in compensation plus £85 court costs and a £114 surcharge. He has been excluded from entering the Brightwater Inn Pub in Shirley for 18 months.

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DARREN JACOBS, 57, of Heathfield Close, Southampton admitted driving without insurance and driving whilst disqualified on the Itchen Bridge. He received a community order until November 2024 with 10 rehabilitation days and an 18-month driving ban. Jacobs must pay £85 court costs and a £114 surcharge. 

DANIEL CLARK, 43, of Fitzmaurice Road, Christchurch pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage to property on Saffron Way, Whiteley. He also pleaded guilty to assault by beating and stalking after he made excessive calls and texts and waited outside his victim's work. He received an 18-month community hour with an alcohol treatment requirement and 25 rehabilitation days. Clark must pay £100 compensation, a £223 fine, £620 court costs and a £114 surcharge.