A STOCKBRIDGE man with a "flagrant disregard for people and their property" has been jailed for eight weeks.

Adam Warwick,33, of High Street, admitted four charges of selling or pawning stolen items at Ewe Cash in Andover, a court heard.

Anthony Nowogrodski, prosecuting, said the stolen items included a watch and a PlayStation 5, both from Edward Warwick.

Warwick also admitted criminal damage estimated at £40 to a lamp belonging to Peter Warwick.

Charges of theft of the watch and PlayStation were withdrawn by the prosecution.

Basingstoke Magistrates Court on Wednesday July 26, jailed Warwick for a  total of eight weeks and order he pay a victim surcharge of £154.

The magistrates said the offences were committed during the period of a suspended sentence and that Warwick has "a flagrant disregard for people and their property."