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SCALES OF JUSTICE: 19 people convicted at county magistrates' courts

Oxford Mail: SCALES OF JUSTICE: 19 people convicted at county magistrates' courts SCALES OF JUSTICE: 19 people convicted at county magistrates' courts
  1. Norman Khune, 53, of Field Avenue, Oxford, admitted two counts of fraudulently using a car registration number in Oxford on January 27 and January 13. He also admitted two counts of driving without insurance in Oxford on January 13 and January 27. He was given a six-month driving ban, told to pay an £800 fine and to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £80 costs.
  2. Clough Dent, 43, of Bartlemas Road, Cowley, Oxford, convicted of having an offensive weapon, namely a cosh, in a public place and a six-inch carving knife in a public place, in Westgate Car Park, Castle Street, Oxford, on February 3. He also admitted failing to surrender to custody at Oxford Magistrates' Court on June 2. He was given an 18-month prison sentence because of his previous convictions and having two weapons in his possession to cause injury.
  3. Snowy Snow, 66, of no fixed address, was convicted of being drunk and disorderly in a public place, in Speedwell Street, Oxford, on March 13. He was fined £50 and told to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £50 costs.
  4. Rafaqat Hussain, 36, of Hurst Street, Oxford, admitted possessing cannabis, a class B drug, in Nettlebed Mead, Oxford on April 24. He was fined £100 and told to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  5. Timothy Joyce, 26, of Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress on January 19 at Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford. He also admitted committing a further offence during the period of a suspended sentence order made by Oxford Magistrates’ Court on April 10 for theft and criminal damage. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  6. Aaron Lynsey-Peach, 21, of Bushey Close, Oxford, admitted assault by beating on December 7 in Didcot. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay £50 compensation, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  7. Denise Lemonius, 47, of Balfour Road, Blackbird Leys, Oxford, admitted stealing clothing from Asda Living, in Templars Shopping Centre, Between Towns Road, Oxford. She also admitted stealing clothing from Matalan, in Templars Shopping Centre, in Between Towns Road, Oxford, on May 30 and admitted having an article for use in the course of theft, a foil-lined bag, in the same location on the same date. She was given a three-year conditional discharge and told to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £40 costs.
  8. Ashcon Moraveg-Oskooie, 30, of Alden Crescent, Barton, Oxford, admitted failing to provide a specimen when suspected of having driven a vehicle and committing a crime on March 21 in Abingdon. He also admitted possessing cannabis, a class B drug, on March 21 in Oxford. He was banned from driving for three years and made subject to a community order with a 90-hour unpaid work requirement. He was told to pay a £60 victims’ surcharge and £40 costs.
  9. Mark Harrison, 67, of Lincoln Close, Standlake, admitted drink-driving on Standlake Road, Ducklington on May 29. He had 51 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath, over the legal limit of 35mg. He was fined £100, ordered to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs and banned from driving for a year.
  10. Frank Clarke, 53, of Padbury Drive, Grimsbury, near Banbury, admitted stealing a £75 pair of jeans from Henry’s for Men, in Bicester, on January 8 and meat products and a bottle of alcohol, worth £37.54, from Bicester Tesco on May 28. He was given a Community Order requiring participation in an education, employment and activity programme for 10 days, fined £30 and ordered to pay £75 compensation, a £60 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  11. Dean Bourton, 49, of Burwell Meadow, Witney, admitted assaulting a woman by beating her in Witney on May 3. He was given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £100 compensation, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  12. Nathan Lilley, 29, of New Street, Deddington, admitted possessing cannabis, a class B drug, in New Street, Deddington on April 28. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £50 costs.
  13. Tammy Baird, 33, of Edmunds Road, Banbury, admitted assaulting two men by beating them on Banbury High Street on January 4. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £150 compensation, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £25 costs.
  14. Jake Orwa, 21, of Orchard Way, Banbury, admitted failing to comply with the directions of a police constable while representing a risk of disorder, and possessing cannabis, a class B drug, in Banbury on June 1. He was fined £115 and ordered to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.
  15. Anthony Halliday, 54, of Stratfield Road, Oxford, admitted speeding over the 50mph limit on the Oxford Eastern Bypass on January 13. He was fined £155 and ordered to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs. His licence was endorsed with six points.
  16. Jack Mort, 22, of Old Chapel Close, Kidlington, admitted speeding over the 50mph limit on the A34 Botley interchange, Oxford on October 17. He was fined £235 and ordered to pay a £24 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs. His licence was endorsed with six points.
  17. Muhammed Sulliman, 52, of Hertford Close, Bicester, admitted speeding over the 50mph limit on the A34 Botley interchange on October 12. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs. He was banned from driving for two years.
  18. Michael Teall, 24, of no fixed address, admitted possessing cannabis, a class B drug, in Bicester on May 16 and failing to answer bail at Banbury Magistrates’ Court on June 2. He was fined £120 and ordered to pay a £20 victims’ surcharge and £65 costs.
  19. Bashrat Mohammed, 35, of West Street, Banbury, admitted using threatening or abusive words or behaviour likely to cause harassment or distress in Banbury on February 27. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.

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1:51pm Thu 26 Jun 14

IMACCA says...

ridiculous. Apart from the obvious ones, these are not criminals. WAKE UP people, cannabis possession is not a flipping crime! Name one horrific act of violence, rape, murder or assault caused by someone who had been smoking pot? Please educate yourselves before branding these people criminals.
ridiculous. Apart from the obvious ones, these are not criminals. WAKE UP people, cannabis possession is not a flipping crime! Name one horrific act of violence, rape, murder or assault caused by someone who had been smoking pot? Please educate yourselves before branding these people criminals. IMACCA
  • Score: -12

3:25pm Thu 26 Jun 14

H.J.Harris says...

IMACCA wrote:
ridiculous. Apart from the obvious ones, these are not criminals. WAKE UP people, cannabis possession is not a flipping crime! Name one horrific act of violence, rape, murder or assault caused by someone who had been smoking pot? Please educate yourselves before branding these people criminals.
It is a criminal offence to be in possession of a controlled drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 .

Whether or not this should be so is a different argument but under the Law as it stands, possession of cannabis is a criminal offence.
[quote][p][bold]IMACCA[/bold] wrote: ridiculous. Apart from the obvious ones, these are not criminals. WAKE UP people, cannabis possession is not a flipping crime! Name one horrific act of violence, rape, murder or assault caused by someone who had been smoking pot? Please educate yourselves before branding these people criminals.[/p][/quote]It is a criminal offence to be in possession of a controlled drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 . Whether or not this should be so is a different argument but under the Law as it stands, possession of cannabis is a criminal offence. H.J.Harris
  • Score: 13

10:40pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Dilligaf2010 says...

Timothy Joyce, 26, of Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress on January 19 at Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford. He also admitted committing a further offence during the period of a suspended sentence order made by Oxford Magistrates’ Court on April 10 for theft and criminal damage. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs."........
.........Oh, that'll teach him then, commit a further offence whilst on a suspended sentence, and get a conditional discharge? I
I was under the impression that if you committed a crime whilst on a suspended sentence, you got locked up........how strange
Timothy Joyce, 26, of Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress on January 19 at Redbridge Hollow, Old Abingdon Road, Oxford. He also admitted committing a further offence during the period of a suspended sentence order made by Oxford Magistrates’ Court on April 10 for theft and criminal damage. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs."........ .........Oh, that'll teach him then, commit a further offence whilst on a suspended sentence, and get a conditional discharge? I I was under the impression that if you committed a crime whilst on a suspended sentence, you got locked up........how strange Dilligaf2010
  • Score: 5

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