A 48-YEAR-OLD man was sent to prison for stealing two bottles of rose wine from Morrisons in Stourport.

Darren Anslow, of Sandy Lane, Stourport, admitted stealing Grenache Rose and Blossom Hill Rose worth £13 from the store on February 3.

At Kidderminster Magistrates' Court on February 5, he was sentenced to seven days in prison.

Magistrates said his crime was made more serious because it was committed while he was on licence.

Anslow was also ordered to pay £122 to fund victim services.

At magistrates' court on February 11, a Kidderminster woman admitted stealing £330 worth of coats from M&S.

Joanna Baker, of Silver Street, stole the coats from the Worcester store on January 20.

The 47-year-old was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £21 victim surcharge plus £60 in court costs.

In another case on Tuesday, a Cookley man was ordered to repay the cost of a Toshiba television he stole from Tesco.

Wayne Pinfold, aged 43, of Kimberlee Avenue, stole the TV which was worth £329 from the supermarket in Castle Road, Kidderminster on December 10 last year.

He was ordered to pay the same amount in compensation.

On Monday, a Stourport man was ordered to do unpaid work after he assaulted a police officer.

Kian Cull, of New Street, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour towards PC Hallam in Kidderminster on January 17.

The 18-year-old also pleaded guilty to assaulting PC Chambers and using abusive or threatening words or behaviour on the same day.

Magistrates made a community order, requiring Cull to undergo rehabilitation activity for up to 10 days and carry out 50 hours of unpaid worth within the next 12 months.

He was ordered to pay a £90 victim surcharge and £100 in court costs.