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

JAKE PARR, 36, of Charles Street, Stockport pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating. One of the incidents occurred in Southampton whilst the other took place in Stockport. Parr was bailed to appear at the same court on August 7 for sentencing. 

STEVEN BARTLETT, 33, of Langdown Road, Hythe pleaded guilty to driving without a valid test certificate, driving without insurance and three counts of drug driving. The offences took place on Hazel Farm Road, Totton where Bartlett had been driving a BMW X1. He was bailed to appear at the same court on August 30 for sentencing. An interim disqualification was put in place. Magistrates asked for a pre-sentence report to be produced. 

ANDREW DOUGLAS, 44, of Fullerton Place, Southampton pleaded guilty to stalking without fear, alarm or distress in Southampton. It comes after he sent repeated messages and letters to his victim as well as numerous voice recordings/videos. He also was seen hanging around her home address, looking through the windows in her room. Douglas was remanded in custody to appear at the same court on July 10 for sentencing. A pre-sentence report is due to be produced. 

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LOUISE SMITH, 24, of International Way, Southampton admitted to theft after she stole £3,741 in cash in Southampton. The case was adjourned until August 2 for a pre-sentence report to be produced. Smith was released on bail to await sentence. 

ANTHONY PERRYMAN, 43, of Sullivan Road, Sholing pleaded guilty to eight counts of theft from a shop after incidents at Co-Op and Tesco stores in Southampton. The total value of the stolen items was £2,921.70. He also pleaded guilty to three counts of attempted theft from a shop, assault by beating and criminal damage to property. He was jailed for 23 weeks.