A 20-year-old man charged with a string of assaults and criminal damage offences over the Christmas period will have to complete 100 hours of unpaid work.
Thomas Herod appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court to stand trial over a string of assault and criminal damage charges.
He admitted intentionally causing £400 of damage to a blue Ford Focus, in Newhall, on Christmas Eve.
He was also found guilty of intentionally causing £20 of damage to a microwave in Newhall on Christmas Eve, and of assaulting a man in Newhall on Christmas Eve.
Herod admitted intentionally causing £100 of damage to a black Chevrolet Epica in Newhall on January 4, assaulting two women in Newhall on January 4, and admitted intentionally causing £65 worth of damage to a blue Ford Focus in Newhall on January 4. He also admitted assaulting a woman in Newhall on March 27.
Herod, of Orville Road, Old Basford, Nottingham, has been made the subject of an 18 week detention order suspended for 12 months. He was also ordered to complete a rehabilitation requirement and 100 hours unpaid work.
He was ordered to abide by a two-year restraining order and also ordered to pay £285 compensation and £620 court costs.