Oxford Magistrates’ Court

DECLAN MULEE, 25, of Carter Close, Oxford, was fined £700 and banned from the roads for 18 months after he admitted drink-driving. He was caught behind the wheel of a VW Polo in Boston Road, Bicester, on May 7 when tests showed he had 68mcgs of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35mcgs. He was ordered to pay £250 costs and a £70 victim surcharge.

SHAUN THORNHILL, 49, of Portway, Didcot, was found guilty of burgling a house in Reading Road, Wallingford, on November 5 last year. He was bailed to appear before Oxford Crown Court on October 21 for sentence.

DEAN COPP, 43, of no fixed address, was jailed for 36 weeks for burgling the Oxford and District Indoor Bowls Club, Sandy Lane, on September 24. He stole cash, alcohol and electronic goods. He also admitted burgling a laundry in Braunton, Devon, in July. The magistrates noted Copp had a ‘flagrant disregard’ for court orders and was a ‘professional criminal’. He must pay £500 to the owner of the laundry.

REBIN KFLAY, 32, of Owens Way, Oxford, was sentenced to eight weeks’ imprisonment suspended for 12 months after he was found guilty of failing to provide a specimen of breath for analysis last December and refusing to do a roadside impairment test in Oxford. He was banned from driving for 29 months and must pay £844 in costs and a £128 victim surcharge.

MOIN DOGAR, 20, of Mayfair Road, Oxford, admitted driving a BMW 116 on Iffley Road, Oxford, while over the drug-driving limit for cannabis. He was fined £250, given a year-long driving disqualification and ordered to pay £334 in costs and surcharge.

DAMION DE-BURGH, 62, of Salisbury Avenue, Slough, who is also given the alias ‘Angel of God’ in court papers, was found guilty of assaulting a prison guard at HMP Bullingdon on December 17 last year.

He was jailed for 22 weeks and ordered to pay £100 in compensation, with magistrates noting he had deliberately coughed at the officer at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

JAHANGIR AHMED, 46, of Evenlode, Banbury, was sentenced to 21 weeks’ imprisonment after he was found guilty of threatening behaviour and possession of an offensive weapon, a wooden stick. The offence was ruled to be a hate crime, aggravated by Ahmed’s hostility to his female victim’s sexual orientation. He must pay £150 in compensation and £328 in costs and surcharge. A restraining order prevents him from contacting his victim or going to a property where he knows her to be.

ARUNOS VIDRAVICIMS, 39, of The Homestead, Kidlington, admitted driving on the Botley Road on July 16 last year without a seat belt. He was fined £100 and ordered to pay £124 in costs and surcharge.

MOHAMMED ZAHEER, 41, of Hatherley Road, Sheffield, was found guilty in his absence of failing to provide a blood sample after he was stopped behind the wheel on Alec Issigonis Way, Oxford, last November.

The district judge imposed 120 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12 month community order and ordered he pay £595 in costs and surcharge. He was banned from the roads for two years.

STEFFAN WOOD, 33, of Normandy Crescent, Oxford, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman by beating her, drink driving a Citroen Picasso on Field Avenue, Oxford, in May, and driving it without a licence or insurance. He also admitted breaching his bail. He was given a two year community order with an alcohol rehabilitation programme, fined £120 and banned from the road for 25 months. He must pay a £95 victim surcharge and £85 in costs.

JOHN KIAHURA KIBE, 45, of Lyford Close, Drayton, was sentenced to 16 weeks’ imprisonment suspended for a year and a half after he admitted failing to provide a specimen of blood for analysis. He had been suspected of driving at the John Radcliffe Hospital last October while under the influence. He was ordered to complete an alcohol treatment programme, banned from the roads for six years and must pay £278 in costs and surcharge.

CARL MCDONALD, 49, of Luther Street, Oxford, admitted using threatening and disorderly behaviour and begging in Walton Street, Cornmarket Street and Magdalen Street. He was given an 18 month community order with a drug treatment programme and ordered to pay a £95 victim surcharge. A restraining order bans him from contacting two men until September next year.

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