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Naser Abdalla Haji, 21, a resident at Mill View Hospital, Nevile Avenue, Hove pleaded guilty to assaulting PC Peter Blake, refusing to give a sample of breath when suspected of drink driving, using threatening or insulting words or behaviour and possession of amphetamine. He will be sentenced at a later date.

Mark Perry, 48, of Blackman Street, Brighton was found guilty of following and staring at Claire Stewart in Brighton’s London Road which he was banned from doing by a restraining order. He was jailed for eight weeks.

Michael Buss, 36, of Pelham Close, Peacehaven, was found guilty of failing to give police the details of the driver of an Audi car. He was fined 50 and ordered to pay a 20 victim surcharge.

David Newland, 59, of Windsor Close, Hove, was found guilty of harassing Helen Cox by sending her a Christmas card, phoning her and her mother despite being previously served a harassment notice.

Steven Brooker, 37, of New Steine Mews, Brighton, pleaded guilty to consuming alcohol in a public place which he is banned from doing by an antisocial behaviour order. He also admitted breaching a previous suspended sentence. He was jailed for three weeks.

Desmond McHale, 24, of Southsea Road, Kingston upon Thames, pleaded guilty to the burglary of St Pancras Respytery, Lewes and failing to surrender to Brighton Magistrates’ Court. He was jailed for 18 weeks.

Jean Belpomme, 68, of Cranmer Avenue, Hove was found guilty of driving a Porsche Carrera whilst there was 71 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 ml of his breath. He was fined 1,650, ordered to pay costs of 740 and disqualified from driving for 18 months.

Kristopher Everitt, 30, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in Goffs Park Road, Crawley and assaulting a police officer. He was fined 120.

Jordan Kennett, 34, of Hedge End, Bognor pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in St Pancras, Chichester, possession of cannabis and failing to surrender to Worthing Magistrates’ Court. He was fined 574.

Peter Donelly, 28, of Argyle Road, Bognor, admitted stealing a bottle of amaretto from Morrisons. He was fined 50 and ordered to pay 12.99 compensation and 85 costs. He also pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis, for which he was given a six month conditional discharge.

Brett Palmer, 35, of Hene Road, Worthing, was found guilty of drink driving and admitted refusing to give police his details. He will be sentenced on June 17.

Richard Harber, 37, of Church Lane, Horley was found guilty in his absence of assault. He will be sentenced on June 6.

Alexander Hollis, 36, of Malthouse Road, Crawley, pleaded guilty to seven counts of fraudulently trying to obtain prescription drugs using a prescription in another person’s name and possession of temazepam, theft of clothing from H Crawley. He will be sentenced on August 7.

Joe Masterson, 23, of Copthorne Road, Felbridge, pleaded guilty to assaulting Georgie Worsfold and damaging a mirror, two picture frames and a candleholder belonging to her. He will be sentenced on June 5.

Kerry Pasrons, 33, of Black Dog Walk, Crawley, pleaded guilty to harassing Jason Wrightby, making numerous calls and text messages to him. He was bailed until June 5 for sentence.

Daniel Sherwood, 23, of Arncliffe Road, Wakefield, Yorkshire was found guilty in his absence of two counts of assaulting Natasha Davies, assaulting three police officers, committing an offence while subject to a conditional discharge, and failing to surrender to Worthing Magistrates’ Court. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Paul Tilson, 47, of Hampers Green, Petworth, pleaded guilty to harassment by sending a series of sexual text messages. He was given a community order to attend alcohol treatment and complete 200 hours of unpaid work. He was also issued a restraining order banning him from contacting the victim or entering Oliver Road, Horsham.

Ryan Evans, 21, of Scholars Close, Crawley Down, admitted failing to comply with a community order. He was resentenced for the original offences of destroying a window belonging to Corals betting shop and destroying a window, car window and bathroom door. He was given a 12 week custodial sentence, suspended for 12 months.

Anthony Oram, 29, of Linden Close, Crawley admitted breaching a community punishment. He was ordered to complete 86 hours’ unpaid work including an additional six hours for the breach and ordered to pay costs of 70.

Alessandro Raciti, 27, of Hazen Hurst, Crescent, Horsham, admitted failing to comply with a community order. He will be resentenced.

Alfie Robinson, 21, of Chantonbury Road, Burgess Hill, admitted failing to comply with a community order issued for possession of a knuckle duster in a car in Burgess Hill. The order was revoked and he was ordered to pay 70 costs.

Peter Arnold, 52, of Peeks Brook Lane, Horley pleaded guilty to not wearing a seatbelt in a Volkswagen Golf at Gatwick and driving without due care and attention. The case was adjourned to August 11.

Lee Warrent, 35, of Fishersgate Terrace, Portslade, pleaded guilty to assault. He was ordered to complete 60 hours of community service and to pay 150 of compensation.

Phillip Williams, 63, of Kingsway, Hove, pleaded guilty to using racially aggravated harassment. He also admitted failing to notify the police of a change of address as a registered sex offender and acting in a manner in breach of a previous antisocial behaviour order. He was bailed to be sentenced on June 4.

Jamie Cooper, 19, of Alfriston Close, Brighton admitted breaching a community order issued by Brighton Magistrates’ Court, by failing to perform unpaid work without a reasonable excuse. He was ordered to complete an extra 20 hours’ community service and pay 50 court costs.

Jayjay Pardew, 26, of High Street, Brighton admitted breaching a curfew imposed by Brighton Magistrates’ Court by not being home on three separate occasions. His curfew was extended by a week and he was ordered to pay 50 costs.

Danny Hawkins, 35, of Rainham Road South, Dagenham, Essex, pleaded guilty to using threatening words and behaviour causing fear of violence. He will be sentenced at a later date.

Chris Pickett, 22, of Hengist Road, Erith, Kent was found guilty of using threatening words and behaviour causing fear of violence. He was fined 310 and ordered to pay 210 costs.

Richard Gray, 50 of no fixed abode, admitted a breach of the peace. He was bound over in the sum of 50 and ordered to keep the peace for 12 months.
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