Banbury man, 21, is sent to prison for breaching a suspended prison sentence imposed for assault on four police officers
A 21-year-old Banbury man has been sent to prison for for failing to abide by the conditions of a suspended sentence.
Callum Jarvis, 21, of Middleton Road, Banbury was sent to prison for 14 weeks for failing to abide by the conditions of a suspended sentence imposed by Oxford Magistrates in respect of four counts of assault on police officers, two of which were racially aggravated.
Jarvis’ original sentence was to 16 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, for the assaults which took place in Banbury on December 30, 2020. Jarvis failed to attend his initial supervision sessions on January 11 and 22 and did not give a reasonable excuse. He pleaded guilty.
The following cases were also heard in Oxford Magistrates’ Court:
Kyran McCarthy, 18, of Wallin Road, Adderbury was fined £660 for driving in Queensway, Banbury on April 16, 2020 without insurance. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £88 and court costs of £90. His driving record was endorsed with six penalty points. McCarthy was fined a further £220 for driving without a licence on the same occasion.
Aurelian-Ionut Spiru, 27, of Westminster Way, Banbury changed a not guilty plea to guilty in respect of a charge of theft of a Braun men’s electronic shaver belonging to another man in Oxford on December 16, 2019. He was fined £300 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32.
Karly Sharon Hunt, 24, of Neithrop Close, Banbury was fined £66 for exceeding the 30mph speed limit on Stratford Road, Wroxton on July 20, 2020. Her recorded speed was 35mph. Hunt was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and court costs of £45. Her driving licence was endorsed with three penalty points.
Liam Prestidge, 32, of Windmill Close, Banbury pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman in Banbury on September 12, 2020. Prestidge was ordered to pay £200 compensation, a victim surcharge of £95 and £85 court costs. He was also ordered to undergo rehabilitation activity.
Marcel-Robert Soare, 25, of Gillett Road, Banbury was fined £220 for driving in Hennef Way, Banbury while using a hand-held mobile phone. He was also disqualified from driving for six months for repeat offending. Soare was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and court costs of £90.
Richard James Howson of West End, Launton changed a not guilty plea to guilty in respect of being in breach of an enforcement order made by Cherwell District Council. Howson continued using a store/workshop for the purposes of a manufacturing/machinery business and continued storing trailers, metal works, metal containers, metal sheeting and other items on the open land. Howson was fined £6,000 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £181 and costs of £6,000.
Kieron Anthony White, 23, of Prescott Avenue, Banbury admitting breaching a community order by failing to attend unpaid work on February 5 and February 26, 2020 and failing to provide a reasonable excuse. White was fined £100.
Bogdan Petrache, 30, of West Street, Banbury admitted breaching the requirements of a community order made by Reading magistrates by failing to attend unpaid work on September 14, 2020 and failing to attend a telephone appointment on February 23, 2021 without reasonable excuse. Petrache was fined £100.
Sharon Claire Brookes, 50, of High Street, Broadway was fined £200 for driving at 44mph through a 30mph speed limit on the B 4035 road in Tadmarton on September 14, 2020. Brookes was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and £90 costs. Her licence was endorsed with four penalty points.
Leonard Patrick Graham, 64, of Foundry Street, Banbury was fined £440 for breaking the 30mph speed limit on Stanley Hill, Amersham on August 21, 2020. His recorded speed was 41mph. Graham was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £44 and court costs of £90. His licence was endorsed with four penalty points.