DCSIMG

Man jailed after carrying scissors

Banbury Magistrates' Court

Banbury Magistrates' Court

These were among the cases heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court from June 30-July 3.

Mohammed Basharat, 35, of West Street, Banbury, admitted carrying a pair of scissors on Daventry Road, Banbury and admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge. He was given a six-week prison sentence and was fined £100 and ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

James Brooks, 19, of Buckingham Road, Bicester, admitted failing to comply with the directions of a police officer to leave Manorsfield Road in Bicester. He was given a six- month conditional discharge, was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and ordered to pay £85 costs.

David Hatton, 32, of Jubilee Court, Banbury, admitted stealing meat worth £85 from the Co-op in Bassett Avenue, Bicester. He was ordered to pay £40 compensation.

Paul Nicholls, 47, of Portway, Banbury, admitted possessing cocaine. He was fined £170, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Matthew Sherry, 31, of Bretch Hill, Banbury, admitted stealing meat worth £28.70 from Farmfoods in Calthorpe Street and admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge. He was fined £100 and ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £45 costs.

Lisa Stevens, 30, of Prescott Avenue, Banbury, admitted stealing meat worth £36.80 from Farmfoods in Calthorpe Street, Banbury. She was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement and a supervision requirement. She was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge.

Lee Bromley, 38, of Thyme Close, Banbury, admitted stealing a taupe throw and a mattress enhancer worth £49.98 from Dunhelm Mill stores. He was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement and a supervision requirement, was ordered to pay £49.98 compensation and £60 victim surcharge.

Martin Preedy, 46, of Macefield Road, Banbury, admitted failing to comply with the community requirement of a suspended sentence by failing to work as instructed. A suspended sentence first imposed for the offence of causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal was varied to an eight-week prison term suspended for 13 months.

Elizabeth McAlpine, 58, of Cornbury Park, Charlbury, was found guilty of failing to give information relating to the identity of a driver. She was fined £600, ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £80 costs. Her driving licence was endorsed with six points

David Watt, 36, of Harebell Way, Bicester, admitted contacting a person and leaving a voicemail when he was prohibited to do so. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £40 costs.

Helen Travess, 42, of Albion Crescent, Chalfont St Giles, admitted speeding. She was fined £220, ordered to pay £22 victim surcharge, £65 costs and had her licence endorsed with six points.

Kyle Willoughby, 27, of Appleby Close, Banbury, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend a supervision appointment. 
A previously imposed community order with a supervision requirement of 24 months was extended by one month.

 

Comments

 
 

Back to the top of the page