OXFORD MAGISTRATES '

ROGER JAMES CROOKS, 45, of Peat Moors, Oxford, admitted to stealing electric toothbrush worth £ 799.98 in Boots, Oxford on May 9th. He had to pay an indemnity of £ 200.

BENJAMIN EVANS, 23, homeless, admitted stealing meat worth £ 97.87 from Marks and Spencer, Bicester, on May 12. He was subjected to a community ordinance providing for the inclusion of a nine-month addiction rehabilitation obligation and a 20-month rehabilitation activity. days. He must also pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 85 and court fees of £ 40.

STEVEN MATTHEW PUGH, 33, of Saxton Road, Abingdon, admitted to being a victim of fraud by paying for items bearing the name of another person at the Cosener's House hotel. from April 9th ​​to April 12th and at the Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel from April 15th to April 27th. He also admitted cannabis and violated a previously imposed community order. He was subjected to a community order to include a mandatory rehab activity for 20 days and unpaid work for 180 hours. He also has to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 85 and legal fees of £ 85.

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MARK JULIAN ANDREWS, 39, of Upper Fisher Row, Oxford, was convicted of traveling on a railway without paying £ 6.50 at Didcot Parkway on October 15th. He was fined £ 440 and must pay compensation of £ 6.50 and a victim surcharge of £ 44 and court fees of £ 160.

ROBERT CRAIG BENNETT, 41, of Chailey Gardens, Blewbury, was found guilty of traveling by rail without having already paid a £ 11.30 ticket to Didcot Parkway on January 15th. He was fined £ 440 and paid £ 11.30, a victim £ 44 extra and court fees £ 160.

RIKKI MARK BRACKETT, 38, of Nunnery Close, Blackbird Leys, was convicted of traveling by rail without having already paid £ 14.60 for a ticket to Oxford on October 21st. He was fined £ 440 and paid £ 14.60, victim surcharge £ 44 and court costs £ 160.

CHRISTOPHER BROWN, 27, of Old Parr Close, Banbury, was convicted of traveling by rail without having already paid a £ 11.30 ticket to Oxford on November 24th. He was fined £ 440 and victim compensation £ 11.30. £ 44 and court fees of £ 160.

ELEANOR JANE DYE, 20, of Blackwater Way, Didcot, was convicted of traveling by rail without having already paid £ 6.50 at Oxford on 17 September. She has been fined £ 440 and has to pay £ 6.50, a victim fine surcharge. £ 44 and court fees of £ 160.

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LESTER GARDNER, 26, of Priory Road, Oxford, was convicted of traveling by rail without having already paid £ 6.80 to Oxford on January 14th. He was fined £ 440 and must pay £ 6.80, a victim fine surcharge of £ 44 and court costs of £ 160.

CLAYTON GOLDSTONE, 20, of Bramble Bank, Witney, was found guilty of traveling by rail without having already paid a £ 11.30 ticket to Oxford on November 15th. He has been fined £ 440 and must pay £ 11.30, a victim fine surcharge of £ 44 and court costs of £ 160.

JULIAN JOHANNES GUNNETT, 44, of Wilsdon Way, Kidlington, was convicted of traveling by rail without having already paid £ 14.60 for a ticket to Oxford on November 24th. He was fined £ 440 and must pay £ 14.60, surcharge of £ 44 and court fees of £ 160.

LUKE HILSDON, 22, of Corunna Crescent, Oxford, admitted to threatening, abusive or insulting intent or words in Oxford on April 6 and obstructed the work of an officer in the United States. in Oxford on 6 April. a victim surcharge of £ 30 and court fees of £ 85.

MIRELA ILIE, 30, of Stanbridge Close, Banbury, admitted to stealing for 18 pounds of Poundland artifacts in Banbury on May 1 st. Released on condition of six months, he was required to pay a victim surcharge of £ 20 and court fees of £ 30.

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STEVEN ANTHONY KENT, 22, of Ashdown Way, Grove, admitted knowingly helping a child flee a responsible person in Chipping Norton on May 10th. He committed another offense while being sentenced to a suspended sentence. Imprisoned for 21 weeks, he was ordered not to contact a woman until May 2021. He must pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 115.

JANET CAROL ANNE MILLIKIN, 62, of Ock Street in Abingdon, admitted to obstructing the highway at Audlett Drive (Abingdon) on April 19 and assaulting two police officers at the Abingdon Police Station on April 20 . A community order was made and it was placed under an electronic curfew. for five months. Must pay £ 100 of compensation.

PAUL DAVID BRIAN RICKETTS, 36, of Wychwood Drive, Milton-under-Wychwood, admitted to driving drunk at Welch Way, Witney, on May 1. He had consumed 45 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of breath, thus exceeding the authorized limit. Fine of £ 175, must pay victim fine surcharge of £ 30 and court fees of £ 85. Unable to drive for 14 months.

MUHAMED EL-DAWI, 26, of Botley Road, Oxford, admitted to having prevented a police officer from performing duties at Queen Street, Oxford, on April 6. He is released on a 12-month conditional sentence and is required to pay a victim surcharge of £ 20 plus court costs. from £ 85.

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JAMIE GARRY WOODLEY, 31, of Loder Road, Harwell, admitted to stealing meat worth £ 62.15 from Asda, Didcot, on April 8, and stealing £ 100 worth of meat from Asda , Didcot, April 4th. a victim surcharge of £ 20.

PAUL ANTHONY WRIGHT, 47, from Delapre Drive, Banbury, admitted to assaulting a police officer while on duty in Banbury on September 12. Must pay £ 150, including £ 50 for court fees.

DEAN SCOTT, 28, of Peat Moors, Headington, admitted to failing to provide a breath sample at the Abingdon Police Station on March 18. He was fined £ 192, fined £ 30 and paid £ 85. 10 penalty points.

ANDREW HERBERT HURTAULT, 37, of Foxwell Drive, Oxford, admitted to driving and causing damage in Oxford between January 11 and 12. He had stolen £ 74 of alcohol from Tesco in Oxford on November 22nd. He drove without a permit at Oxford Road, Kidlington. between January 11th and 12th, driving without insurance at Oxford Road, Kidlington, between January 11th and 12th and stealing for alcohol worth £ 46 at Tesco in Oxford on January 12th. Imprisoned for 12 weeks, must pay an indemnity of £ 870. Unable to drive for 12 months.

AINSLEY HALL-RICKETS, 23, of Pytenry Close, Abingdon, was found guilty of failing to return a rail inspection ticket to Oxford on 15 January. Fine of £ 220, must pay £ 27.30 in compensation and £ 160 in court costs.

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