The case of a man accused of assaulting a police officer has been reopened.

Christopher Rainbow, of Kenilworth Road, had been convicted of assaulting PC Jayson Richards, as well as damaging the mobile phone of Jade Marie Elliot and failing to surrender to Magistrates' Court in January.

But now, the 31-year-old's case has been reopened.

The case has been adjourned, with a holding date set for November 13, although Rainbow is not required to attend.

He has been released on conditional bail pending the date, and is not allowed to contact the victim or enter St Patricks Road.

A Hook man has been accused of assaulting three police officers.

Daniel Jacobs, of Cresswell, is charged with the assault of PC Laura Monday, PC Jason Crabb and Officer Peter Scamell on two separate days in February.

The 33-year-old is also accused of the racially aggravated harassment of Iuliana Clark on February 28 in Basingstoke.

His case has been adjourned, pending a psychiatric report to be prepared. He has been remanded on bail, pending the next hearing on December 10.

A man is due to stand trial accused of the assault of a woman in Hartley Wintney.

Terrance John Bolton is accused of "unlawfully and maliciously" wounding another person in the village on October 8.

Then, a week later, the man of no fixed abode has been charged with assaulting and causing the actual bodily harm of the same person.

39-year-old Bolton has pleaded not guilty to both charges, with magistrates deciding to send the case to Crown Court for trial.

He must appear at Winchester Crown Court on November 18, and has been remanded in custody until that date.

A woman has been disqualified from driving after she was found to be under the influence of cannabis.

Emily Smith was driving her Volkswagen Golf on November 9, 2019, when she had 5.1 micrograms of cannabis per litre of blood - over the limit of 2 micrograms per litre.

The 26-year-old, who admitted the offence at Basingstoke Magistrates Court last week, was given a one year driving ban and fined £80.

She must also pay a victim surcharge of £32 and costs of £20.

An Andover man is due to stand trial accused of the assault of a woman in Basingstoke.

Ryan Philip Potter, of Harebell Road, is accused of assaulting the woman in the town on March 7.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge in September, and a date has now been set for his trial.

The 27-year-old must attend Aldershot Magistrates' Court on October 23.

A man from North Warnborough will appear in court next year after being caught speeding.

Brian Derrek Denmark, of Hook Road, was caught driving his Ford at 47 miles per hour on A27 Western Way in Fareham on November 7, 2019. The speed limit was 40 mph.

The 47-year-old admitted the charge at court last month, but will have to return to Aldershot Magistrates' Court on January 4 where magistrates will consider a driving ban.

A man from Wolverton has been disqualified from driving after being caught at over double the speed limit.

David Alexander Watt was caught driving at 66 miles per hour in a 30-zone on Wolverton Road on August 6, 2019.

The 52-year-old admitted to the charge at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court last week, and was fined £300.

He was also required to pay a victim surcharge of £32, plus costs of £85.

Watt was disqualified from driving for 56 days.