HERE is a round-up of some of the cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates' Court, for the week commencing May 27, 2024.

Kellie Burt, 19, of Berry Close, Newport.

Common assault, failure to comply with community notice, three counts of theft from a shop, trespassing on a railway, possession of a knife in a public place, public order offence.

Compensation £112.28, 18-month community order, to include 30 rehabilitation days.

Lorelei Fisher, 18, of High Street, Shanklin.

Criminal damage, two counts of theft from a shop, attempted theft from a shop, two counts of common assault, two counts of criminal damage, two counts of failure to comply with a community protection notice, two counts of burglary, vehicle interference, theft from a motor vehicle, two public order offences, three counts of assault by beating.

Compensation £550, eight-week prison term, suspended for 12 months.

Glen Berger, 36, of Westmill Road, Newport.

Drink driving.

Costs £85, surcharge £114, 12-month community order, to include 150 hours of unpaid work, 28-month driving disqualification.

Paul Day, 43, of Lower Highland Road, Ryde.

Drug driving.

Fine £230, costs £85, 36-month driving disqualification.

Derek Burchell, 47, of Palmerston Road, Shanklin.

Common assault.

Fine £40, costs £85, surcharge £114, 12-month community order, to include 10 rehabilitation days.

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Michael Knight, 32, of East Cowes Road, East Cowes.

Sent communication threatening death or serious harm.

Costs £85, 12-month community order, to include 80 hours of unpaid work, 12-month restraining order.

Pierre Reid, 33, of Lake Green Road, Lake.

Possession of cannabis.

Fine £80, costs £85, surcharge £32.

Steven Yeo, 27, of High Street, Ryde.

Theft from a shop.

Costs £40, compensation £142, fine £120.

Simon North, 50, of St Johns Road, Newport.

Harassment without violence.

Costs £85, surcharge £114, 12-month community order, to include 20 rehabilitation days and 75 hours of unpaid work, 12-month restraining order.

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