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Man admits stealing computer

Banbury Magistrates' Court

Banbury Magistrates' Court

The following cases were among those heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court between January 3 and 10.

Liam Taylor, 19, of Hill Close, Chipping Norton, admitted burglary and stealing a Dell computer tower to a value unknown. He was given a community order with the requirement to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge.

Bridget Doran, 40, of Station Approach, Banbury, admitted being the owner and allowing a dog to be dangerously out of control in a public place and cause injury. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £150 compensation, £15 victim surcharge and £40 costs.

Paul Clarke, 31, of Barwood Court, Rotary Way, Banbury, admitted stealing eight packs of steak to the value of £40, belonging to Co-op stores, Hanwell Fields. He was fined £75, ordered to pay £40 compensation and £20 victim surcharge.

John Gilsenan, 41, of 
Whitton Close, Greatworth, admitted drink driving. He was fined £500, ordered to pay £50 victim surcharge and £85 costs and was disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Jamie Jakeman, 33, of Samuelson Court, Banbury, admitted stealing three joints of meat to the value of £60.04 belonging to Marks and Spencer. He was fined £100 and was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

Janette Harris, 56, of 
Burwell Hill, Brackley, was found guilty of assault by beating and damage to property, namely destroying a necklace and a pair of glasses to a value unknown. She was 
given a community order with the requirement to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to pay £600 
compensation, £60 victim surcharge and £150 costs.

Neil Clements, 43, of Whistlow, Middle Barton, admitted drink driving. He was given a community order with a supervision requirement and the requirement to carry out 120 hours of unpaid work. He was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and was disqualified from driving for 28 months.

Kriss Rigby, 49, of Bretch Hill, Banbury, admitted possessing a class B drug, namely cannabis. He was given a community order with an eight-week curfew requirement, was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £30 costs.

Paul Hopkins, 38, of Bridge Street, Banbury, admitted breaching the requirements of a community order by failing to obtain a curfew variation when moving address. He was fined £50 and was given a new four-week curfew requirement.

Trevor Jackson, 51, of Newland Place, Broad Street, Banbury, was found guilty of failing to attend an initial 
assessment following a test for the presence of class A drug. 
He was given a six-month conditional discharge, was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £200 costs.

Jonathan Pearce, 40, of Bourne Lane, Hook Norton, admitted drink driving. He was fined £400, ordered to pay £40 victim surcharge and £85 costs and was disqualified from driving for 16 months.

Vicki Robb, 60, of The Green, Ascott-under-Whychwood, admitted driving a vehicle without due care and attention. She was fined £400, ordered to pay £40 victim 
surcharge and £85 costs and had her licence endorsed with seven points.

Hayley Stout, 25, of Station Approach, Banbury, admitted failing to attend a follow-up assessment at Banbury Health Centre. She was given a 12-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge.

Darren Shadbolt, 38, of Ruscote Avenue, Banbury, admitted criminal damage by 
destroying a mirror to a value unknown and using threatening words or behaviour to cause harrassment, alarm or distress. 
He was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Edward Kirby, 27, of Britannia Road, Banbury, was found guilty of making off without paying a taxi fare of £12. 
He was fined £230, ordered to pay £12 compensation, £23 
victim surcharge and £200 costs.

 

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