MAXWELL JACOBS, 55, of Dirac Place, Didcot, was found guilty of failing to provide any information regarding the identity of a driver suspected of committing a crime between April 16 and May 14. Penalty of £ 660, Sacrificial Surcharge of £ 66 and court costs of £ 85. Six Penalty Points.
GREGORY FRANK JONES, 31, of Moorend Lane, Thame, was convicted for failing to provide any information about the identity of a suspected driver between March 19 and April 16. The penalty of £ 660 must pay a victim's £ 66 supplement and court fees of £ 85. Six penalty points.
ADAM DAVID MCCARTHY, 34, of Goldfinch Close, Bicester, was found guilty of not providing any information about the identity of an alleged perpetrator of a crime between April 3 and May 1. A laudable £ 660, have to pay a victim surcharge of £ 66 and court costs of £ 85. Six penalty points.
ANDREW MCDERMOTT, 57, of Saxton Road, Abingdon, admitted racing at Drayton Road, Abingdon, on March 8, at a speed of 100 km / h in a 30mph zone. The penalty is £ 320, a victim allowance of £ 32 and court costs of £ 85. Five penalty points.
BRUCE JON MORRIS, 64, of Danesmoor, Banbury, was convicted on 7 February in a 50 km / h zone on the A4260 in Shipton on Cherwell for speeding 60 mph. The fine is £ 115, a victim allowance of £ 30 and court costs £ 85. Three penalty points.
MANPREET SINGH, 36, of Windle Gardens, Bicester, was found guilty of not providing information on the identity of a suspected criminal offender between March 27 and April 24. Punished £ 660, must pay a victim surcharge of £ 66 court costs of £ 85. Six penalty points.
CLAIRE ELEANOR MARY BOLD, 39, of Crooks Terrace, Wantage, was found guilty of not providing information about the identity of a suspected criminal offender between February 26 and March 26. A fine of £ 660 must pay a victim surcharge of £ 66 and court costs of £ 85. Six penalty points.
LINDSEY CLARE CASEMORE, 43, of Blackthorn Hill, Blackthorn, was convicted on January 13 in Birmingham in a 40mph zone on the A41 at a speed of 50mph. The fine is £ 220, a victim allowance of £ 30 and a court fee of £ 85. Three penalty points.
DAVID SILVA ALENCAR, 35, of Hillsborough Road, Oxford, admitted a vehicle would not stop when needed by an officer, and on August 1 at Osney Mead, Oxford, a vehicle without insurance or license used a victim allowance of £ 30 and court fees of £ 85. Six penalty points.
LEE BLACKMAN, 31, of Savile Way, Grove, announced on March 25 during the disqualification and use of a vehicle without insurance in the A338, Station Road, Grove, the right to drive to 12 months in prison, suspended for 12 months. Must do 80 hours of unpaid work in the next 12 months. Must pay a sacrifice surcharge of £ 115 and court costs of £ 85. Disqualified from driving for three months.
SERENA REYNOLDSON, 35, of Sealham Road, Ducklington, admitted to pouring bleach into an aquarium on ornamental fish on January 9 in Ducklington. She was detained for 18 weeks, suspended for 12 months, and was placed under community arrangement to include rehabilitation activity for 15 days. She had to pay a victim allowance of £ 115 and court costs of £ 300, and they were forbidden to own fish for life.
Jack BARRATT, 37, of Mickevior Place, Banbury, admitted two cases on May 13 in Banbury that he was responsible for a motor vehicle that was above the stated drug limit for cocaine. He was fined 220 pounds and had to pay a sacrifice surcharge of £ 30 and a court fee of £ 85.
JOSEPH JOHNSON, 58, of Ayres Road, Bloxham, admitted on August 1 and 2 to steal wines worth £ 83 and £ 59.50 from Waitrose, Banbury. He received a conditional release for 12 months and has to pay a compensation of £ 83, a victim surcharge of £ 20 and a cost of £ 85.
NEIL HENDERSON, 51, of Barnwell, Wantage, admitted on September 3 that he was fined 80 pounds at the handle and the double-glazed panel of the side door of a property in Hampden Road, Wantage, for criminal damage.
Krzysztof TELAK, 42, of Mold Crescent, Banbury, admitted that he had failed to meet the requirements of a community contract by failing to do unpaid work on August 12 and by disobeying instructions on July 8. He was asked to continue to pay 50 euros.
BAYLEE CANNON, 21, of Hillview Crescent, Banbury, has passed the legal alcohol limit on August 17 at Wimborne Avenue, Banbury. Had 63 μg of alcohol in 100 ml of breath. He was fined £ 390 and had to pay a £ 39 petition fee and £ 85 court costs and was excluded from driving for 18 months.
RAZVAN COJOCARU, 23, of North Street, Banbury, admitted that he did not have a copy available for analysis at Banbury Police Station on August 18. He was fined 320 and had to pay a sacrifice of £ 32. and pay court fees of £ 85 and was disqualified for 20 months drive.
ALICE WHITE, 45, of Merton Street, Banbury, was convicted on three counts of threats, insults, or behaviors in Banbury on December 28, January 25, and April 7 to harass, alarm, or harass a man to torment. She received a conditional release for 18 months and has to pay a victim allowance of £ 20 and court costs of £ 620.
AILA HARRIS, 29, of Evenlode Close, Bicester, admitted to being disabled by drugs while on February 2nd in Bletchingdon. She was fined £ 150 and had to pay a £ 30 victim allowance and £ 100 court costs, and her driving license was awarded 10 penalties.