Banbury woman with ‘flagrant disregard for court orders’, made after stealing alcohol, is sent to prison - Court Report

A Banbury woman who had a 'flagrant disregard for court orders', made in respect of thefts of alcohol from supermarkets, was jailed for 14 days.

Tuesday, 29th June 2021, 11:19 am
Updated Tuesday, 29th June 2021, 11:20 am
Oxford Magistrates' Court, where cases from the Banbury area are heard
Oxford Magistrates' Court, where cases from the Banbury area are heard

Teresa Rosalie King, 44, of The Avenue in Bloxham appeared for breaching a court order by failing to attend supervision appointments and failing to provide evidence of a reasonable excuse. The order was imposed by Oxford Magistrates on January 5, 2021.

The court dealt with her for the original offences for which the order had been imposed. They were: On September 18, stealing alcohol worth £102 belonging to Tesco, Oxford; on the same day in Oxford stealing alcohol worth £60.70 from Tesco; stealing alcohol worth £70 from Tesco in Oxford on October 29; and on November 7, 2020, in Oxford, stealing alcohol worth £67 from Tesco.

Magistrates held the offences to be 'serious' due to King's 'flagrant disregard for court orders' and jailed her for 14 days for each of the thefts to be served concurrently.

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

Theresa Amos, 38, of Hilton Road, Banbury was sentenced to six weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, after pleading guilty to breaching a non-molestation order on May 4, by attending a property in Banbury. Magistrates imposed the sentence because of the seriousness of the breach of the order ,causing repeated distress to the victim. Amos was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £128 and court costs of £85.

Jacek Konior, aka Jacek Kolior, 48, of Middleton Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order on May 2 in Banbury. Konior was given a 12-month conditional discharge. He was ordered to pay a £22 victim surcharge and £85 court costs.

Josh Jamieson, 19, of Parsons Piece, Banbury was banned from driving for 12 months after pleading guilty to driving a Peugeot car in Chipping Norton on November 8, 2020 with excess cannabis in his blood. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 with £85 court costs.

Patryk Slomczewski, 30, of Fergusson Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified in a BMW car in Alma Road, Banbury on February 6, 2019. He was fined £369 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £37 with £85 costs. His driving record was endorsed with six penalty points. Slomczewski also pleaded guilty to driving without a test certificate and without wearing a seat belt on the same occasion. There were no separate penalties for these offences.

Abraham James Buckland, 47, of Warwick Road, Banbury was banned from driving for 12 months after pleading guilty to driving a Ford Focus on Queensway, Banbury on November 6, 2020 with excess cannabis in his blood. He was also fined £120 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 with court costs of £85.

Kenneth Ezell Sorrell, 38, of Forge Place, Fritwell was banned from driving for 12 months after pleading guilty to driving a Ford Fiesta in Bicester on October 20, 2020 with excess methylenedioxymethampthetamine (MDMA) in his blood. He was fined £230 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £46 with court costs of £85. Sorrell also pleaded guilty to possession of a quantity of cocaine on the same occasion for which he was fined £230. Sorrell further pleaded guilty to driving without a licence or insurance and with excess cannabis in his blood. There were no separate penalties for these offences.

Zack Hari, 33, of Brunswick Place, Banbury admitted breaching the requirements of a community order made by Northamptonshire Magistrates on October 16, 2020. Hari failed to attend office appointments. He was fined £40.

Brandon King, 19, of Padley Close, Chipping Norton admitted assault against a woman in Chipping Norton, occasioning actual bodily harm on March 27. King was ordered to undergo a rehabilitation activity and undertake 40 hours of unpaid work. He was ordered to pay a £95 victim surcharge. King also pleaded guilty to a second case of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two cases of criminal damage to an oven door and a pair of glasses.