KENNY MCEWAN, 41, of Harlech Close, Banbury, admitted breaching his post-prison sentence supervision by failing to attend introductory appointments in December and January. He was given seven days imprisonment.

RUI DA SILVA NOBREGA, of Probitas Fidelis Ltd, Oxford Business Park, was ordered to hand over expensive designer watches to HM Revenue and Customs under proceeds of crime rules. A Rolex Daytona watch worth £31,550, Breguet Mariner worth £27,300, a £10,450 Rolex Submariner, a Rolex Date worth £8,500 and a £25,200 Hublot Big Bang watch were forfeit to HMRC.

ADAM BLOOR, 38, of Friars Wharf, Oxford, admitted begging in Magdalen Street, Oxford, on October 13, 2020. He was given a six month conditional discharge. Two other begging allegations and a charge of disorderly behaviour, which Bloor denied, were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

ALFIE BLOODWORTH, 18, of Middlethorpe, Towcester, admitted possession of cocaine and driving a Ford Fiesta in Whitelands Way, Bicester, while over the cocaine drug driving limit. He was fined £483 and banned from driving for a year. 

WILLIAM GRAY, 22, of Mill Street, Wantage, pleaded guilty to drink driving a Mercedes 250 CLA on the A34 southbound near Abingdon on February 25. Breath tests showed he had 110mcgs of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35mcgs. He also admitted driving without insurance. He was fined £576, banned from driving for two years and ordered to pay £143 in costs and surcharge.

PAUL GLEN, 48, of HMP Bullingdon, was found guilty of damaging a window belonging to Sanctuary Housing in Bicester on July 15, 2021. He was given an 18 month conditional discharge, must pay £150 in compensation and £350 costs. He admitted a separate charge of disorderly behaviour, for which he was given a conditional discharge.

COLE WALKER, 27, of Swift Court, Witney, was convicted of breaching a restraining order by contacting a woman via social media. The order was breached less than two months after it had been made by Oxford magistrates last June. He was jailed for eight weeks and ordered to pay a £128 victim surcharge.

HAMILTON EUGENE, 44, of Leon Close, Oxford, was convicted of racially aggravated threatening behaviour and assaulting a man by beating him. He was fined £180, ordered to pay £100 compensation and £119 in costs and surcharge. 

JONATHAN GRIFFIN, 31, of Cowley Road, Oxford, admitted stealing perfume from John Lewis and assaulting a man by beating him. He was jailed for six months.   

RHYS WILLIAMS-JENNINGS, 19, of Rivy Close, Abingdon, pleaded guilty to driving a Kia Rio on Grenoble Road, Oxford, on October 13 last year while over the cannabis drug driving limit. He was fined £200, banned from the roads for a year and ordered to pay £119 in costs and surcharge.

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