Latest cases from Oxford Magistrates Court

The tables of justice: the latest cases from Oxford Magistrates’ Court

Sophia Williams, 40, of Falcon Close, Oxford, has admitted to stealing Christmas lights and £101 chocolate from Wilco in Oxford a month before Christmas Day last year. She also stole items from Boots, Sainsburys, Asda and Co-op in Oxford and assaulted a man on November 25 last year. The judges imposed a community order with 80 hours of unpaid work, a drug-abuse rehabilitation requirement and up to 25 days of rehabilitation activity requirements. She was ordered to pay more than £230 in compensation.

Harry Titmes, 20, of Dexter Gardens, Kingston Bagboys, pleaded guilty to taking aggravating vehicles. He took the Vauxhall Zafira without consent on March 30 last year in Faringdon, and returned it damaged. He must do 80 hours of unpaid work as part of a community order and be banned from driving for a year. The judges ordered £180 in additional costs and fees.

Mark Hendron, 35, of Parkside, Marsham, has been fined £100 and ordered to pay £60 after he admitted breaching a community order not to attend test appointments.

Anton Doblin, 29, of Cranbrook Drive, Kennington, admitted breaching the terms of his post-sanction supervision license by not attending appointments in February and March. He was fined £100 and paid £60.

Samuel Stevens, 30, of George Street, Croydon, had his unpaid hours reduced from 180 to 60 after he admitted breaching a suspended penalty order imposed in November 2020 for ineligible driving for not attending unpaid work sessions. In December and February. He was fined £500 and must pay £60 in costs, but the suspended sentence order was allowed to run for 12 weeks.

Sarah Mooney, 33, of East Street, Fritwell, pleaded guilty to a drug charge of driving an Audi A4 on an M40 on April 23 last year. You have exceeded the maximum limit of the cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine. Got a 12-month community order with up to 10 days of rehabilitation activity requirements, banned from driving for a year and ordered to pay £180 in costs and surcharges.

Robert Whiting, 39, of Broome Place, Oxford, was found guilty of failing to stop in front of a policeman while driving a Volkswagen Golf on Barton Village Road, Oxford. Admitted to driving a vehicle without insurance or a valid license. He was fined £250 for driving matters and another £200 for breaching a conditional discharge. He got eight penalty points and must pay the £34 extra fee to the victim.

Nathan Stone, 22, of Lamas Land, Drayton, received a community order with 80 hours of unpaid work after he admitted to using threatening behavior and assaulting a man in Great Western Drive, Didcot, last May. He must do up to 15 days of rehabilitation activity requirements and pay £180 in costs and surcharges.

LEE STONE, 45, of Dodson Close, Abingdon, admitted using threatening behavior and driving a Ford Fiesta on Great Western Drive, Didcot, on May 2 last year. He was fined £120 and awarded six points for an insurance breach and a 12-month conditional release for a matter of public order. The victim must be paid an additional £22 fee.

Zoe Lees, 27, of Horsa Close, Grove, has been fined £500 after being found guilty in the absence of Vale of White Horse District Council notification that she had moved into a house at Laines Court, which would affect her entitlement to the Council tax cut. She was ordered to pay an additional £50 fee to the victim.

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