The Scales Of Justice

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People convicted of offences at Magistrates' Courts around the county recently

OXFORD

Coral Lumsden, 24, of Stert Street, Abingdon, convicted of racially aggravated assault in Abbey Close, Abingdon, on September 5. Also admitted assault by beating in the same location on the same date. Community order made with 12-week curfew requirement. Told to pay £100 compensation and £100 costs.

Ethan Woodley, 18, of Sherwood Place, Barton, Oxford, convicted of three counts of attempted trespassing with intent to steal at Oxford Brookes University, John Garne Way, Oxford, on September 12. Community order made with eight-day activity requirement. Told to pay £100 costs.

Craig Cripps, 28, of Stocks Lane, Carterton, admitted stealing watches worth £20 from the Original Factory Shop in Carterton on January 26. Also admitted stealing food worth £7 from the Co-op supermarket in Carterton on February 5. Community order made with four-week curfew requirement. Told to pay £27 compensation.

Martin Qualter, 45, of Masons Road, Headington, Oxford, admitted stealing seven bottles of washing up liquid from a Co-op store in Oxford on November 11. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge made on April 26. Fined £40 and told to pay £20 victims’ surcharge.

James Smith, 24, of Howard Road, Banbury, admitted stealing three bottles of perfume worth £160 from Debenhams in Magdalen Street, Oxford. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a community order made on January 2 for two counts of theft. Community order made with 160-hour unpaid work requirement. Told to pay £60 victims’ surcharge. One further offence taken into consideration.

Kestuitis Juozaitis, 31, of Anson Close, Marcham, admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two counts of assault by beating on January 11 in Hythe Bridge Street, Oxford. Given a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months with 12-month supervision requirement and four-day restorative justice course. Told to pay £1,200 compensation, £80 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.

Paul Roberts, 39, of Barton Village Road, Barton, Oxford, admitted driving while disqualified and driving without insurance in Green Road, Barton, on January 23. Community order made with 80-hour unpaid work requirement. Told to pay victims’ surcharge of £60 and £85 costs. Given six points on driving licence.

Joseph Rimmer, 48, of no fixed address, admitted stealing a bottle of wine worth £4.79 from an Oxford Tesco. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a four-week suspended sentence made for 12 months on March 6 after assaulting a police officer. Sent to prison for four weeks.

Michael Travis, 30, of Pudsey Close, Abingdon, admitted being drunk and disorderly in a public place in Saxton Road, Abingdon, on February 15. Given an absolute discharge.

Richard Mitchell, 37, of O’Hanlon House, Luther Street, Oxford, admitted assisting in the retention, removal, disposal or realisation of stolen electrical items between February 7 and February 9. Community order made with six-month drug rehabilitation requirement. Told to pay £60 victims’ surcharge.

Ari Najmadeenm, of Coverley Road, Oxford, admitted falsely claiming housing and council tax benefit between August 4, 2008, and April 4, 2011. Sent to prison for eight weeks.

Andrew Hurtault, 31, of no fixed address, admitted possessing cannabis, a Class B drug, on February 1 in Oxford. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay £15 victims’ surcharge and £40 costs.

Steven Lloyd, 40, of no fixed address, admitted stealing two cans of vodka cola worth £3.70 from Tesco in Cowley Road, Oxford, on March 7. Fined £73 and told to pay £20 victims’ surcharge.

Gregory Saunders, 19, of Bessels Lea, Blewbury, admitted driving while unfit due to drugs on November 24 in Stanford Road, Faringdon, Oxford. Fined £150 and told to pay £20 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs. Given 17-month driving ban.

Amir Ali, 19, of Barton Village Road, in Barton, Oxford, admitted failing to comply with the direction of a police constable while representing a risk of disorder in St Ebbes Street, Oxford, on November 17. Given a nine-month conditional discharge and told to pay £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.

Daniel Hanwell, 19, of Middleton Road, Banbury, admitted stealing three aftershaves worth £102.50 from Debenhams in Magdalen Street, Oxford, on February 21. given 21-day detention sentence suspended for six months. Told to pay £80 victims’ surcharge.

Michael Gallagher, 32, of no fixed address, admitted being found in an enclosed garden in Lovelace Road, Oxford, with the purpose of stealing from the premises on November 21. Also admitted stealing three joints of meat worth £80.02 from the Westgate Shopping Centre in Oxford on February 28 and stealing six packs of meat from the BP Express petrol station shop in Woodstock Road, Wolvercote, on March 3. Sent to prison for a combined sentence of 23 days for all three offences.

Tiernon Brown, 26, of Five Acres, Murcott, Kidlington, convicted of being drunk and disorderly in a public place in Cornmarket Street, Oxford, on December 16. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to a conditional discharge made on August 10 for four counts of resisting a police officer in the execution of their duty. Given a six-month conditional discharge. Fined £200, £20 victims’ surcharge and £200 costs.

BANBURY

Iain Brodie, 28, of Westfield Road, Witney, admitted stealing three bottles of Champagne worth £109.98 from the Spar shop in Brize Norton Road, Minster Lovell, on February 5. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay £50 compensation and a £15 victims' surcharge.

Ben Horsman, 20, of Queens Road, Banbury, admitted assault by beating in Park Close, Banbury, on February 6. Community order made with domestic violence programme requirement for 28 days. Told to pay £60 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.

Beverly Napier, 51, of Begbroke Lane, Begbroke, admitted speeding in Church Road, Church Hanborough, on June 8. Was driving at 53mph in a 30mph zone. Fined £165 and told to pay £15 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs. Given six points on driving licence.

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