Here is a round up of some of the cases heard at the Isle of Wight Magistrates' Court, for the week commencing May 31.

Luke Steven Johnson, 32, of Avenue Nurseries, Sandown.

Two breaches of restraining order.

18-month community order to include 80 hours of unpaid work. Surcharge £95, costs £200.

Stephen Valentine Morris, 71, of Park Road, Ryde.

Drink driving.

Disqualified from driving for 20 months. Fine £346, surcharge £35, costs £85.

Lee Absalom, 38, of Drill Hall Road, Newport.

Drug driving, possession of cannabis, and speeding.

Disqualified from driving for 12 months. Fine £162, surcharge £34, costs £300.

David Frampton, 49, of Sydney Close, Newport.

Drink driving — found guilty following trial. Admitted resisting a police constable in the execution of his duty, assaulting the police constable, and use of threatening, abusive or insulting with intent towards three people.

Disqualified from driving for 20 months. 18-month community order to include 150 hours of unpaid work. Surcharge £95, costs £300, compensation to police constable £50.

Richard Stephen Higgs, 42, of Perowne Way, Sandown.

Failed to stop after an accident, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, driving without insurance, possession of Benzodiazepine, a controlled drug of class C.

Disqualified from driving for six months. Fine £120, surcharge £34, costs £85. Conditional discharge on the drugs charge.

James Anthony Glover, 50, of Fort Street, Sandown.

Theft of face cream from Superdrug worth £69.98, in breach of community order.

15-month community order. Fine £60, surcharge £95, costs £85.

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