AN Oldbury woman has been disqualified from driving for five years and hit with a suspended prison term after admitting drink driving and trespassing into a house to cause damage.

Cammie Bennett, of Badsey Road, was found to have 91 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath on May 14.

The 33-year-old also pleaded guilty to trespassing into a house on Cotswold Close with the intention to commit unlawful damage and also admitted driving while disqualified and without insurance or a test certificate.

She received a 22 week jail term, suspended for 18 months, and was ordered to pay £1,000 in compensation when she appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court last week.

In other cases heard last week, a Dudley man has been jailed for ten weeks and ordered to pay a £322 court bill after committing a string of thefts and an assault.

Shawn Leroy Smith, of Watsons Green Road, admitted committing an assault on April 2 in Oldbury and also pleaded guilty to swiping £45.76 worth of joints of meat from Asda in Oldbury.

He also pleaded guilty to causing £600 worth of unlawful damage to a window on Harvest Road in Rowley Regis and stealing meat from Marks and Spencers in Merry Hill.

The 37-year-old was jailed due to repeat offending and not complying with court orders.

Also before magistrates, a Stourbridge man admitted stealing sixteen bottles of Lenor Unstoppables washing freshener from B&M in Merry Hill, worth £127.84.

Mark Hill, of Sherwood Road, was slapped with a community order after also admitting swiping an electric toothbrush and razor from Boots in Dudley and snatching meat, worth a combined value of £533, from Aldi in Stourbridge.

The 36-year-old was also ordered to pay £100 in compensation.