Here are some of the recent cases to be heard at Teesside Magistrates' Court.

CALLUM ELLIS, of Acklam Road, Middlesbrough, was fined £40 for not complying with a community order. The 31-year-old admitted the breach.

WAJID KHAN, 36, of Marton Road, Middlesbrough, was fined £260 after failing to carry out unpaid work, which he was meant to do as part of a community order. He admitted the breach.

BARRY INGHAM, of Park Road North, Middlesbrough, was given a curfew after failing to attend appointments while on probation. The 40-year-old , who admitted the breach, will now have to remain at his home between 10pm and 10am every day for 21 days.

DAVID MARK DARREN REED, 49, of Eversham Road, Middlesbrough, was fined £120 for interfering with a motor vehicle. The case was proved in his absence and he was also told to pay costs of £85 and to pay a victim surcharge of £34.

AARON MARTIN JOHNSON, 38, of Borough Road, Middlesbrough was given a six-month conditional discharge after damaging a BT phone box in the town. He pleaded guilty and will pay compensation of £166.25 and £85 in costs.

MARLON ADAN JUDSON, of Emerald Street, in Saltburn, pleaded guilty to having a possession a quantity of class A drugs. The 41-year-old had a quantity of diamorphine in Redcar and was fined £80, told to pay costs of £85 and the victim surcharge of £34.

MAHDI ALI RAZAI, of Londonderry Road, Stockton, pleaded guilty to having a quantity of cannabis and was fined £40. He will also pay £85 in costs and £34 towards victim services.

SOPHIE ARTHUR, a resident at Roseberry Park Hospital, in Middlesbrough, was given a 12-month discharge after assaulting another woman. She pleaded guilty and was told to pay £100 in compensation.

TITO LIVIOS SIMOES XAVIER, 32, of Trelawn Avenue, Leeds, was given a community order after pleading guilty to assaulting a woman at Darlington Railway Station. He will have to pay compensation of £100 and carry out 100 hours of unpaid work. He was given no separate penalty after trespassing on the lines near platform 4.

DAVID ISODJE, of Outram Street, Middlesbrough, was jailed after stealing two bottles of gin and two packets of sweets from Sainsburys. He admitted to the theft from the Wilson Street store, which happened on October 17. He was jailed for four weeks due to previous offending. He will not pay costs but will pay £128 towards victim services.

HANNAH WATSON, 24, of Thrushwood Crescent, Marske, was jailed after assaulting a police officer while subject to a suspended sentence. The original order was made after she assaulted three nurses and two police officers. She was jailed for 20 weeks and told to pay compensation of £50.

RAYMOND KEVIN COATES, of Ryedale Street, Middlesbrough, was sentenced to four weeks in prison after flouting a restraining order. The court said he had a “flagrant disregard” for court orders and told him to pay £128 towards victim services.

THOMAS LEE CAMPBELL, 37, of Straker Street, Hartlepool, pleaded guilty to stealing two memory cards to the value of £25.98 from Sainsburys. He was fined £80 and told to pay compensation of £25.98.

GLEN MARK DRAPER, 28, of Arundel Road, Grangetown, admitted drink driving and was banned from the roads. He was also fined £194, told to pay costs of £85 and £34 to victim services. He was disqualified from driving for 20 months. He also admitted to driving without insurance.

STEPHEN PHILLIPS, 30, of Bodmin Grove, Hartlepool, pleaded guilty to stealing a mountain bike, work coat and sweets from a man on September 19. He was told to pay compensation of £350.

PAIGE SPENCER, 26, of Fulbeck Road, Middlesbrough, was fined £100 after being found with a quantity of class C drug zopiclone. She also pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in a public place. She will have to pay costs of £85 and the £34 victim surcharge.

DEBBIE MELBOURNE-SMITH, 37, of Abingdon Road, Easington, Saltburn, was charged with a racially aggravated crime of causing harassment, alarm or distress by using threatening, abusive or insulting word. She pleaded guilty and was fined £200, told to pay costs of £100 and £32 victim surcharge. She also admitted assaulting a police officer and will have to pay him compensation of £100.

JORDAN LEE JOOF, 24, of Aldridge Road, Middlesbrough, was fined £1,538 after stealing personal protective equipment (PPE) and a Miller welding unit from Technicas Redundas at Teeport. He was also given £85 in costs and a victim surcharge of £153. He was fined a further £923 and given six points on his licence after pleading guilty to driving at Teesport without the correct insurance. He also admitted driving an unlicensed vehicle.