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Jack Daniels stolen by thief

Banbury Magistrates' Court

Banbury Magistrates' Court

The following cases were among those heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court between November 26 and December 9:

Bradley Jones, 21, of New Road, Bledington, Chipping Norton, admitted stealing four bottles of Jack Daniels to the value of £77 belonging to Co-op and stealing CDs and DVDs to a value of £89.92 belonging to WH Smiths. He also admitted possession of cannabis, failing to surrender to custody at Banbury Magistrates’ Court andcommitting a further offence during a period of a suspended sentence which was imposed for the possession of a shotgun without a licence. 
In total he was given an 18-week prison sentence.

Hayley Smith-Whitehead, 34, of Edmunds Road, Banbury, admitted possessing a controlled drug of Class B – namely Cannabis. She was given an 18-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Kenneth Wimbush, 51, of Hempton Road, Deddington, was found guilty of failing to deliver documents to the Secretary of State regarding the transfer of a vehicle. He was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Stephen Hicks, 46, of Cromwell Road, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. He was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Gavin Buckle, 25, of West Street, Banbury, admitted stealing meat to the value of £45,60 belonging to Tesco Express in Middleton Road, Banbury. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Gerard Howard, 45, of Levenot Close, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. He was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Daniel Wade, 26, of High Acres, Banbury, admitted using threatening words/behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress. He was fined £35, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Nicky Jarvis, 25, of Edinburgh Way, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. She was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Linus Nkomo, 38, of Appleby Close, Banbury, admitted using threatening words/behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress. He was fined £100, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

David Todd-Connor, 41, of Lidsey Road, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. He was fined £300, ordered to pay £30 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Janelle Trafford, 37, of Abbey Road, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. She was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Richard Evans, 42, of Fiennes Road, Banbury, admitted failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis at Banbury Police Station. He was fined £320, ordered to pay £32 victim surcharge and £85 costs and was disqualified from driving for seven days.

Stephen Watkins, 28, of Rotary Way, Banbury, was found guilty of speeding. He was fined £600, ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £65 costs and was disqualified from driving for three months.

Adrian White, 45, of Barry Avenue, Bicester, admitted speeding. He was fined £300, ordered to pay £30 victim surcharge and £65 costs and had his licence endorsed with six points.

Jayne Reynolds, 30, Red Poll Close, Banbury, was found guilty of using a television without a licence. She was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £90 costs.

Eleanore Cummings, 22, of Down End, Hook Norton, was found guilty of travelling on a train between Coventry and Banbury without a valid ticket and thereof intending to avoid payment. She was fined £400, ordered to pay £11.60 compensation and £125 costs.

 

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