A MAN from Netherton has been jailed for a total of 22 weeks after pleading guilty to theft.

Adrian Bill, from Cole Street was jailed by magistrates at Dudley Magistrates Court for six weeks after stealing toiletries on April 15 from Wilkos in Rowley Regis.

The 43-year-old was previously handed a suspended jail term on February 2 for four theft offences, so will be serve a total of 22 weeks in jail.

Also, at Dudley Magistrates Court, a woman from Wordsley pleaded guilty to damaging a microwave, coffee machine and plates.

Natalie Colbourne from Brierley Hill Road also admitted to assaulting a police constable by beating and assaulting Mark Davies by beating.

The 24-year-old was ordered to pay a total compensation of £100 and was given a community order.

A pensioner from Wollaston also pleaded guilty to harassment.

Stephen Hammond, of Vicarage Road pleaded guilty to the harassment of two individuals by sending letters and a box with a message on it.

The 73-year-old was handed a restraining order and ordered to pay £500 in compensation and fined £500.

A man was found guilty of assault by beating.

Craig Cade was handed a community order of 100 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £300 in costs.

The 32-year-old also pleaded guilty to another count of assault by beating.

Also, a Dudley man admitted to being in possession of cannabis on March 25.

Benjamin Wright of Hackett Drive was ordered to pay £185 in costs by Dudley Magistrates and was given a conditional discharge.

At Walsall Magistrates Court, a woman from Dudley was found guilty of damaging four cars.

Vanda Martins of Warrens Hall Road damaged a Toyota and a Nissan Juke on May 12 belonging to Ansar Mahmood.

The 37-year-old was ordered to pay £300 in compensation and pay £300 in costs.

On the same day Martins then damaged another Toyota belonging to Nabel Smith and a Skoda belonging to Mohammed Salim.

She was then ordered to pay a further £300 in compensation and fined £200.