Man admits harassment and also criminal damage after spray painting a pavement in Banbury
A man has admitted criminal damage by spray painting a pavement in North Street, Banbury. He also pleaded guilty to harassment.
Robert Bogacki, 34, of Middleton Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to criminal damage by spray painting a pavement in North Street, Banbury on November 6, 2020. He also pleaded guilty to harassment of a woman between October 17 and November 8, 2020 and to failing to surrender to custody on March 2, 2021 having been released on bail by Oxford magistrates.
Bogacki was ordered to undergo rehabilitation activity and to pay £200 in compensation. He was also required to pay a victim surcharge of £95 and court costs of £85.
The following cases were also heard at Oxford Magistrates’ Court:
Tobias James Sears Bryant, 30, of South Side, Steeple Aston pleaded guilty to drink driving on Oxford Road, Adderbury on March 28 in a Jeep Compass. He had 83 microgram of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Bryant was banned from driving for 22 months and fined £925. He was ordered to pay a £92 victim surcharge and prosecution costs of £85.
Mihai-Alexandru Chiricuta, 31, of Finsbury Place, Chipping Norton was fined £276 for driving on the A361 at Over Norton without insurance. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £37 and court costs of £90 and his driving record was endorsed with six points. Chiricuta was fined a further £92 for driving without a licence.
Cosmin Constantin Puricoi, 28, of Broughton Road, Banbury was fined £660 and banned from driving for six months for driving without insurance on the A423 in Banbury on September 16, 2020. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £88 and court costs of £90. Puricoi was fined a further £220 for driving without a licence on the same occasion.
Megan Marin Brain, 26, of Yarrow Road, Bodicote was fined £440 for exceeding the 50mph speed limit in a Ford car on the A34 Botley Interchange. Her speed was recorded at 66mph. Brain was ordered to pay a £44 victim surcharge and £90 court costs.
John Collin Argyle, 37, of West Street, Banbury pleaded guilty to stealing perfumes to the value of £632 from Debenhams, Banbury on September 23, 2020. Argyle was ordered to undergo treatment for drug dependency as a non-resident for a period of nine months. He was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £95 and prosecution costs of £45.
Nicholas David Lowe, 52, of Deacon Way, Banbury was fined £660 for failing to provide information between October 19 and November 16 2020 relating to the driver of a Nissan Primastar believed to have been guilty of an offence. Lowe was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £66 and court costs of £90. His driving record was endorsed with six penalty points.
Sharon Osborne of Manor Road, Banbury was subjected to an order that £5,000 seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, should be detained for a further six months.
Matthew Lee Potter, aka Adam Lee Gillingham, 34, of Howard Road, Banbury, was granted an amendment to a sentencing order made by Oxford magistrates on May 28, 2020 on the ground that good progress has been made. The order was made for a case of racial or religious harassment. The sentence was confirmed for eight weeks, suspended for 18 months and a requirement for rehabilitation activity was removed.
Alexandru Valentin Ene, 19, of Middleton Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to theft of goods valued at £1,088.11 from Marks and Spencer, Whitney, on March 26. He was fined £233 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 with prosecution costs of £85.
Dawn Marie McMillan, 44, of Burford Road, Chipping Norton pleaded guilty to two cases of assault against police officers at Burford Road on May 19, 2020. She was given a community order with a rehabilitation requirement. McMillan was ordered to pay compensation totalling £200 and £300 in prosecution costs.
Cavan Nathan Sturrock was fined £66 for exceeding the 60mph limit for light goods vehicles on the A5 at Bletchley. His recorded speed was 79mph. Sturrock was ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £34 and his licence was endorsed with three points.