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Banbury Magistrates' Court

Banbury Magistrates' Court

The following cases were heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court between April 22 and 23:

Kerry Molloy, 36, of Fiennes Road, Banbury, admitted assault by beating and using racially aggravated threatening/abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. She was given an 18-month conditional discharge and an 18-month exclusion order not to enter Master Kebab House in High Street, Banbury. She was ordered to pay £625 compensation, £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Krztsztof Masloski, of Crouch Hill Road, Banbury, was found guilty of failing to deliver documents to the Secretary of State relating to the transfer of a vehicle. He was fined £200, was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Lorraine Deas, 57, of Waltham Gardens, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. She was fined £200, was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £150 costs.

Elliot Phillips, 22, of Whitehorns Way, Drayton, admitted failing to deliver documents to the Secretary of State relating to the transfer of a vehicle. He was fined £100 and was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

Toni Phipps, 25, of Bretch Hill, Banbury admitted using a television without a licence. She was fined £73, was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £100 costs.

Jake Carey, 21, of Warkworth Close, Banbury, admitted using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour with intent to cause fear of/provoke unlawful violence. He was fined £250, was ordered to pay £25 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Scott Rothbarth, 25, of Heythrop Park, Chipping Norton, admitted using threatening/abusive/insulting words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of/provoke unlawful violence. He was fined £330, was ordered to pay £33 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Melanie Sisson, 34, of Woodgreen Avenue, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. She was fined £200, was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £135 costs.

Michael Bryant, 27, of Mascord Road, Banbury, admitted harassment and assault by beating. He was commited to prison for six weeks suspended for 12 months, was ordered to be under a six-week curfew to remain at his home address between 8pm and 6am every weekday and to be electronically monitored. He was also given a restraining order.

Luke Day, 30, c/o The Stable Block, Mollington, admitted stealing ten DVDs to the value of £129.90 belonging to HMV in Castle Quay shopping centre and failing to surrender to custody. 
He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge.

Keith Hayden, 55, of Creampot Close, Cropredy, admitted drink driving. He was given a community order with a 16-week curfew requirement to remain at his home address between 7pm and 7am on weekdays and to be electronically monitored. 
He was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs and was disqualified from driving for 28 months.

Terri Saunders, 25, of Spruce Drive, Bicester, was found guilty of failing to deliver documents to the Secretary of State relating to the transfer of a vehicle. She was fined £200, was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Tessa Stephens, 19, of Gaveston Gardens, Deddington, admitted two counts of driving whilst disqualified, using a vehicle without insurance, possessing a class B drug, namely cannabis, and criminal damage to a blanket at Banbury Police Station to the value of £38. 
She also admitted committing an offence whilst subject to a suspended sentence. She was committed to prison for 34 weeks, was ordered to pay £38 compensation and was disqualified from driving for 18 months.

Lee Foster, 35, of Ashby Road, Bicester, admitted keeping a vehicle on a public road which was unlicensed. He was fined £420, was ordered to pay £171.67 vehicle excise back duty and £90 costs.

 

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