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Fosters thief is ordered to pay

Banbury Magistrates Court House

Banbury Magistrates Court House

The following cases were among those heard at 
Banbury Magistrates’ Court between December 12 and January 2.

James Curtis, 23, of Burford Road, Chipping Norton, pleaded guilty to stealing one case of Fosters lager, a Dr Pepper drink and a packet a crisps to the value of £12.65 from the Co-operative store in High Street, Chipping Norton. He was ordered to pay £12.65 compensation to the Co-op, fined £50, £20 costs and £15 victim surcharge.

Andrei Parascanu, 25 of Ferndale Road, Banbury, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle whilst over the legal alcohol limit, and using a motor vehicle without insurance. He was fined £700, was ordered to pay £85 costs and £35 victim surcharge.

Jonathan Kaye, 29, of High Meadow, Sibford Gower, pleaded guilty to breaching a non-molestation order. He was given a restraining order and ordered not to contact the woman, fined £100, ordered to pay £85 costs and £20 victim surcharge.

Nicholas Sumners, 47, of Lodge Terrace, Chipping Norton, pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order. Mr Sumners was given a community order with a supervision requirement and ordered to carry out 40 hours of unpaid work. He was also ordered to pay £40 costs.

Roisin Mclaughlin, 21, of Bretch Hill, Banbury, pleaded guilty to assault by beating. She was given a community order with a supervision requirement. She was also required to participate in a Thinking Ahead for Women programme, carry out 150 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay £50 compensation.

Walter Kepke, 25, of Fodge Farm, Hook Norton, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by breaching his curfew. He was fined £30, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and £65 costs.

Richard Butler, 35, of Cromwell Road, Banbury, pleaded guilty to damaging the bonnet of a car to the value of £811 and to failing to surrender to custody at Banbury Magistrates’ Court after being released on bail in criminal proceedings. He was given a 24-month conditional discharge ordered to pay £350 compensation and £50 costs.

Ernest Marowa, 33, of Conway Drive, Banbury, pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour while drunk. He was given a six-month conditional discharge.

Mark Boyland, 54, of Blackwood Place, Bodicote, was found guilty of keeping an unlicensed vehicle on the road. He was fined £400, ordered to pay £108.34 vehicle excise back duty and £90 costs.

Rocky Burton, 27, of London Road, Chipping Norton, was found guilty of keeping an unlicensed vehicle on a public road. He was fined £200 and ordered to pay £90 costs.

Lee Cowley, 30, of Wimborne Avenue, Banbury, pleaded guilty to keeping an unlicensed vehicle on a public road. He was fined £100, £54.59 vehicle excise back duty and £90 costs.

Andrew Hamilton, 44, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour in Bridge Street, Banbury whilst drunk. He was fined £50 and ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge.

Anthony Aschkar, 35, of Ashby Court, Banbury, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle on a public road while being disqualified from holding a driving licence. He was fined £125, ordered to pay £20 victim surcharge and disqualified from driving for nine months.

James Smith, 23, of Powys Grove, Banbury, pleaded guilty to stealing two electric razor to the value of £200. He was ordered to pay £200 compensation to Wilkinsons and £60 victim surcharge.

Andrew Routledge, 32, of The Beeches, Chipping Norton, pleaded guilty to stealing three pieces of rail and a gate post belonging to Enstone Airfield. He was given a community order with a two-month curfew requirement and was ordered to pay £300 costs

Ashley Day, 27, of Caernarvon Way, Banbury pleaded guilty to harassment causing fear of violence and stealing documents. He was given a 15-week prison sentence and ordered to pay £170 costs.

 
 
 

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