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Cider thief made to pay up

These were among the cases heard at Banbury Magistrates’ Court from June 6-12.

Lucy Broomfield, 24, of Station Approach, Banbury, admitted stealing cider worth £5.14 from the Co-op, admitted stealing meat worth £86 from BP, admitted failing to surrender to custody at Northampton Magistrates’ Court, admitted committing a further offence whilst subject to a conditional discharge. She was given a community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement for six months and a nine-month supervision requirement. She was ordered to pay £91.14 compensation and £60 victim surcharge.

Marcin Murawski, 29, of Withycombe Drive, Banbury, admitted stealing food worth £62.95 from Tesco Extra. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge, ordered to pay £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

Connor Ross, 21, of Buckingham Crescent, Bicester, admitted possessing cannabis. He was fined £100, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Rhys Southall, 22, of Stroud Close, Banbury, admitted assault by beating. He was given a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months, was ordered to have treatment for alcohol dependency, was given a restraining order and ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Barrington Washbourne, 30, of Windrush Close, Bicester, admitted possessing cannabis, admitted supplying cannabis, admitted damaging a light bulb, a remote control and a hoodie, and admitted assault and criminal damage to property.
He was given a community order with the requirement to participate in a five-day education training and employment programme, a six month supervision requirement and a 150 hour unpaid work requirement. He was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Laurence Smith, 20, of Church Lane, Shutford, admitted using abusive or threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge, was ordered to pay £15 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

Rebecca Curry, 31, of Boxhedge Terrace, Banbury, admitted drink driving. She was given a community order with an 80-hour unpaid work requirement, was ordered to pay £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs and was disqualified from driving for 24 months.

Barbara Daly, 50, of Ashby Road, Bicester, admitted using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £100, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

Lianne Edwards, 28, of Roman Way, Bicester, admitted using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £60 and ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

Abigale Evans, 29, of West Street, Banbury, admitted using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £60, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £20 costs.

Sandra Gregory, 51, of Victoria Place, Banbury, was found guilty of using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £120 costs.

Lewis Jordan, 27, of Edmunds Road, Banbury, was found guilty of using a colour television without a licence. He was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £120 costs.

Michelle Louni, 38, of Curtiss Close, Bicester, admitted using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £130, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £120 costs.

Jake Preedy, 22, of Mascord Road, Banbury, was found guilty of using a colour television without a licence. He was fined £60, was ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £20 costs.

Andrea Selby, 31, of Canterbury Close, Banbury, was found guilty of using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £400, ordered to pay £40 victim surcharge and £120 costs.

Lisa Tremble, 42, of Withycombe Drive, Banbury, was found guilty of using a colour television without a licence. She was fined £200, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £120 costs.

 

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