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

DAVID HILTON, 63, of Moot Gardens, Downton was found guilty of speeding on the A337 Lymington Road in New Milton. He was caught at 37mph in a 30mph zone whilst driving a BMW 3 Series. Hilton was fined £591 and received three points on his licence. He must also pay £620 court costs and a £236 surcharge. 

BRADLEY SIMMS, 23, of Battenberg Close, Romsey pleaded guilty to assault by beating and criminal damage. He was jailed for four weeks and must pay £85 court costs plus a £154 surcharge. 

NARGIS MOSAKHEL, 24, of Travelodge, Southampton Central admitted two charges of theft from a shop after £29.50 worth of washing products were stolen from Poundland. Washing detergent and coffee worth £15.10 was also stolen from Tesco. He received a community order until September 11 with up to ten rehabilitation days and a £40 fine. 

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PATRYK WOZNIAK, 28, of Fratton Way, Southsea pleaded guilty to going equipped for theft at Portland Terrace, Southampton. This relates to an incident where Wozniak was caught with pliers for use to remove security tags. He also admitted two counts of theft from a shop at the same location where £10.69 of eye drops was stolen from Superdrug. Items were also taken from TK Maxx. Wozniak was given a one-year community order with up to 15 rehabilitation days and 90 hours of unpaid work. He must pay £85 court costs. 

CHARLIE POTTER, 22, of Freshfield Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker. These relate to two police officers. Potter was ordered to pay £100 compensation and £85 court costs. 

JUSTINE ROONEY, 36, of Whites Road, Bitterne admitted theft from a shop after she stole a globe worth £199 from Bradbeers at Hedge End Retail Park. She also admitted attempted theft from a shop. This related to Christmas lights she tried to steal from The Range in Southampton. She was ordered to pay £199 compensation, a £120 fine and £85 court costs.