Banbury woman is subjected to a restraining order to prevent her contacting a town GP - Court Report

A Banbury woman has been subjected to a new restraining order ordering her not to harass a town GP.

Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 9:10 am
Updated Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, 9:12 am
Oxford Magistrates' Court where cases from the Banbury area are heard

Magistrates imposed a variation of a restraining order, requiring Dawn Gibbs of Arbury Close, Banbury not to harass or pester a certain Banbury GP or to encourage, instruct or suggest that any other person should do so.

Gibbs was ordered not to go within 50 metres of the GP’s home or to send any letters, texts or emails to that person, including placing any document on their car. Gibbs was ordered not to communicate with the GP in any way or to go within 50 metres of that person’s work place. The restraining order will last until February 8, 2022.

Other cases heard at Oxford Magistrates' Court:

Magistrates confirmed an order for the forfeiture of £1,300 in cash from Hayley Orwa of Juniper Court, Banbury under section 298 of the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Lewis Jack Derosa, 24, of Bracken Way, Chinnor was found guilty of assaulting a woman in Banbury on October 19, 2019. He was fined £60 along with a victim surcharge of £32 and £40 costs.

Iain Edward Thomas StJohn, 39, of Westmoreland Road, Richmond on Thames changed his plea from not guilty to guilty of breaking the 70mph speed limit on the M40 between Cherwell Valley Services and Banbury on March 11, 2020. StJohn’s recorded speed was 99mph. He was fined £450, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £45 and court costs of £594. His driving record was endorsed with three penalty points.

Richard Peters, 55, of Horsefair, Banbury changed a plea of not guilty to guilty of driving in Ermont Way, Banbury on November 18, 2019 without insurance. He was disqualified from driving for 14 days, fined £405 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £41 and court costs of £150.

Star Shaw, 29, of Nizewell Head, Steeple Aston admitted breaching a community requirement of a suspended prison sentence made by Oxford Magistrates on September 3, 2020 for assaulting an emergency worker and religiously aggravated, intentional harassment, alarm or distress. She had not kept in touch with her responsible officer. Shaw was given a 16-week prison sentence, suspended for 13 months and ordered to comply with supervision requirements.

Mohammed Tasseem, 50, of Manor Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to drink driving in a Daewoo car in Middleton Road, Banbury on November 22, 2020. He had 44 microgram of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Tasseem was fined £120 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 with court costs of £85. He was disqualified from driving for 14 months.

Magistrates confirmed continued detention for a further six months of £8000 seized from the vehicle of James Edward Leo Colledge, 28, of Woburn Close, Banbury at Egertons, Baynards Green, Oxon.

A 17-year-old youth pleaded guilty to drink driving at Radford, Chipping Norton on December 5, 2020. He had 43 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The youth was fined £20 and ordered to pay a £22 victim surcharge and court costs of £85. He was disqualified from driving for 12 months.

Magistrates made an order for the continued detention for a further six months of £10,000 in seized cash from Waqar Ahmed of Hilton Road, Banbury on the grounds that it was obtained through unlawful conduct.

Ilasz Radoslaw, 31, of Broome Way, Banbury was fined £120 for driving in Middleton Road, Banbury on July 12, 2020 without insurance. Radoslaw was fined £120 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and £90 in court costs. His driving licence was endorsed with six points.

John Mundy, 54, of Christchurch Court, Banbury pleaded guilty to three counts of theft from Tesco stores in Oxford. On December 27, 2019 he stole toiletries worth £26.50; on December 1, 2019 he stole alcohol valued at £60 and on November 27, 2019 he stole alcohol worth £25.50. Mundy was given a 12-months conditional discharge on each count and ordered to pay compensation of £100.