Who from the Banbury area has appeared in court?

These cases were heard before Oxford Magistrates Court.

Thursday, 12th December 2019, 12:57 pm
Updated Thursday, 12th December 2019, 12:59 pm
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• Carl Wayne Buckingham, 35, of Williams Road, Upper Heyford, pleaded guilty to assault by beating on November 3 in Oxford.

He assaulted a police officer while executing his duty. Buckingham was fined £400, ordered to pay a victim surcharge if £40, compensation of £200 and costs of £85.

• Christopher Lees Gregory, 29, of Cotswold Crescent, Chipping Norton, pleaded guilty to drink driving on November 5 in Chipping Norton.

He was found to have 65 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. He was fined £120, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32, costs of £85 and was disqualified from driving for 20 months.

He also pleaded guilty to driving a vehicle without a licence.

• Christopher Paul Hiorns, 56, of Marshall Road, Banbury, pleaded guilty of breaching a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) and a Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) in Banbury on February 19 by placing an advertisement on the internet without prior consent.

He was fined £120, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32 and costs of £85.

• Jay Stonehouse, 18, of Trinity Square, Chipping Norton pleaded guilty to drink driving on November 5 in Oxford city centre. He had 50 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. He was fined £280, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32, costs of £85 and was disqualified from driving for 16 months.

He also pleaded guilty to driving through a red light, driving without third party insurance and driving without a licence.

• Leon Anthony Drummond, 47, of Marlborough Place, Banbury pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of a community order. He was fined £50.

• Lee Bromley, 43, of Jubilee Court, Banbury, pleaded guilty to theft from a shop on October 30. He stole jewellery to the value of £190.50 from Marks and Spencer.

He was sentenced to prison for 21 days and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £122. He also pleaded guilty to failing to surrender to custody after being released on bail and was sentenced to prison for seven days to run consecutively with the above charge.

• Fay Hourigan, 33, of Hastings Road, Banbury pleaded guilty to drink driving in Banbury on November 6. She was found to have 51 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath.

She was fined £80, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £32, costs of £85 and disqualified from driving for 12 months.

• Arshid Hussain, 36, of Bridge Street, Banbury was found guilty of harassment in Banbury between September 1, 2018 and November 18, 2018.

He made excessive texts and calls to the victim and made verbal threats. He was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement, ordered not to contact the victim until 2024, pay a victim surcharge of £85 and costs of £200.

He was also found guilty of assault by beating on November 17, 2018 and was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement.

• Joshua James Karl Guttridge, 18, of Ballard Close, Middle Barton, pleaded guilty to common assault on October 22 in Middle Barton. He was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement and undertake 80 hours of unpaid work.

He also pleaded guilty to assault by beating on the same date. He was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement and undertake 80 hours of unpaid work. He also pleaded guilty to assault by beating in Banbury Police Station on the same date assaulting a custody detention officer.

He was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement and undertake 80 hours of unpaid work. He also pleaded guilty to assault by beating on October 23 in Middle Barton, he was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement and undertake 80 hours of unpaid work.

He also pleaded guilty to possession of a bladed article in a public place on October 23 in Middle Barton. He was ordered to comply with a rehabilitation activity requirement, undertake 80 hours of unpaid work, pay a victim surcharge of £90 and costs of £85.