23 people up in court From Oxford Mail Fined 500 and ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 50 and 85 in costs.
Jordan Sear, 29, of ray ban 1 Chalfont Road, Oxford, admitted failing to provide a specimen of blood for analysis when required and suspected of committing a driving offence at Abingdon Police Station, Abingdon, on October 3. Fined 150 and given a 36 month driving ban. Ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 20 and 350 in costs. Craig Hanley, 25, of Stockleys Road, Oxford, admitted driving without insurance in London Road, Oxford ray ban 3217 on April 7. Fined 350 and ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 35 and 85 in costs. Gavin Jones, 38, of Rowland Road, Wallingford, admitted using threatening language or behaviour with the intent to cause the victim to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used against them in Didcot on October 4. Banned from the Prince of Wales pub in Station Road, Didcot for three months and fined 265. Ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 27 and 85 in costs. Harry Sarkar, 19, of no fixed abode, admitted assault by beating in Beaumont Street, Oxford, on November 1. Given a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay 100 in compensation. Bernard Muiruri, 23, of Furlong Close, Oxford, admitted stealing alcohol worth 10.60 from Tesco in Magdalen Street, Oxford on November 21. Fined 50 and ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 20 and 85 in costs. Mansour Chasebi, 56, of Weldon Road, Oxford, admitted harassing a woman by leaving her notes and shouting at her, despite receiving a warning on May 23, between May and October 18 in Oxford. Given an indefinite restraining order not to contact the victim or threaten or insult her indirectly. Fined 400 and ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 40 and 85 in costs. Ben Muir, 44, of Croxford Gardens, Kidlington, admitted criminal damage to a front door on Redwood Close, Oxford, on October 26. Given a restraining order not to contact the victim or visit Redwood Close and Littlebury Road, Oxford, until December 9, 2016. Ordered to pay 100 in compensation and 200 in costs. Sally Taylor, 37, of Rookery Court, Didcot, admitted stealing meat worth 27.90 from Tesco in Didcot on October 11 and DVDs and cider from Coop in Didcot on August 29. Was already on a 12 month conditional discharge for theft. Given a community order to remain at home between 7pm and 7am every day for 30 days from December 10. Ordered to pay a total of 30.90 in compensation and 310 in costs. John Mobey, 18, of Hamble Road, Didcot, admitted assault by beating in Wallingford High Street on June 22. Given a community order and ordered to pay 100 in compensation. Ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 60 and 85 in costs. Simon Salaman, 23, of John Mason Road, Abingdon, admitted taking a car without consent in John Mason Road on August 17. Fined 166 and ordered to pay 170 in compensation. Ordered to pay a victims' surcharge of 20 and 200 in costs. James Trinder, 47, of Tubbs Close, Grove, Wantage, admitted speeding at 82mph in a 70mph zone on the M40 near Beaconsfield on March 20.
Fined 100 and told to pay a ray ban cost 20 victims' surcharge and 85 costs. Given three points vintage ray bans on his driving licence.
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