Banbury man given 16 week suspended sentence for four counts of assault on police officers - Court Report

A Banbury man has been given a 16 week suspended sentence for four counts of assault on police officers, two of which were racially aggravated.

Wednesday, 10th March 2021, 9:51 am
Oxford Magistrates' Court where cases from the Banbury area are heard

Callum Jarvis, 21, of Middleton Road, Banbury was sentenced to 16 weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, for four counts of assaulting police officers on December 30, 2020. Two counts were racially aggravated assaults.

Jarvis pleaded guilty at Oxford Magistrates' Court. He also admitted breaching bail conditions that had been imposed by Oxford magistrates on New Year’s Day after police found Jarvis walking along Middleton Road, Banbury at 2.33am on January 5.

The suspended sentence was imposed because of the seriousness of the offences. Magistrates put Jarvis under a curfew with electronic monitoring between 8pm and 8am for four months. He was also ordered to undertake rehabilitation activity and to pay four sums of £100 in compensation on each count, totalling £400.

The following cases were also heard at Oxford Magistrates’ Court:

Nikita Margaret Nicole Brown, 23, of Griffith Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to wasting police time by knowingly making a false report to Bideford Police on July 27, 2020. Brown was ordered to pay compensation of £150 and court costs of £85.

Nathan Andrew Moreby, 37, also known as Mark Anthony Best, of Jubilee Court, Banbury pleaded guilty to possession of two wraps of crack cocaine and two wraps of heroin in Banbury on November 26, 2020. Moreby was fined £120 for the first offence and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34. There was no separate penalty for the second offence.

Kallum Hassam, 23, of McKeevor Place, Banbury was convicted of being drunk and disorderly in Banbury High Street on September 9, 2020. Hassam was fined £660 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £66 with court costs of £250.

Krzysztof Robert Mikulec, 37, of Keyser Road, Bodicote pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis at Banbury Police Station on November 29, 2020 during an investigation into whether he had committed an offence. Mikulec was fined £240 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34. He was also disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Alice Elizabeth Noray, 70, of Elmscote Road, Banbury was fined £179 for breaking a 30mph speed limit on Aynho Road, Adderbury on November 22, 2019. The speed recorded was 35mph. Noray was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32 and court costs of £85. Her driving record was endorsed with three penalty points.

Neil Rhys Comins, 36, of Jubilee Court, Banbury pleaded guilty to burglary after entering TJ Bar and Cafe, Castle House, Cornhill, Banbury as a trespasser on January 7 and stealing alcohol valued at £25. Comins was fined £110 and ordered to pay compensation of £100. He was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32 and court costs of £85.

Stan Saxon, 40, also known as Stanjai Saxon, of Middleton Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to possessing a lock knife in Britannia Road, Banbury on July 1, 2020. He was conditionally discharged and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £22 and court costs of £85. The lock knife was forfeited and destroyed.

Harold Franklyn, 54, of High Street, Croughton was fined £442 for breaking the 70mph speed limit on the A 421 Tingewick bypass, Buckingham on October 18, 2020. His recorded speed was 101mph. Franklyn was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £44 and court costs of £90. His driving licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

James Quarcoo, 38, of Orchard Way, Banbury was fined £207 for breaking the 70mph speed limit on October 31, 2020, on the M40 motorway between junctions 9 to 8a at Shabbington. His recorded speed was 104mph. Quarcoo was ordered to pay a £34 victim surcharge and £90 court costs. His licence was endorsed with six penalty points.

Osman Tunc Eresen, 61, of Oak Road, Brackley was fined £660 for driving in Queen’s Avenue, Bicester without insurance. Eresen was ordered to pay a £66 victim surcharge and £90 court costs. He was disqualified from driving for six months.