SASHA GEE, 41, of Cedar Road, Oxford, pleaded guilty to drink driving a Mercedes A class in Cumnor Hill on February 18. The magistrates imposed a three year roads ban, £600 fine, 10 rehabilitation activity requirement days and £180 in costs and surcharge.

SIMON KENNEDY, 48, of Bullingdon Road, Oxford, admitted two counts of assault and using threatening behaviour in Oxford on March 11. He was made subject to an alcohol abstinence order requiring him to stop drinking for 90 days. The magistrates ordered he pay a total of £200 in compensation.

SHAWN CLARK, 24, of Drames Walk, Abingdon, pleaded guilty to drunk and disorderly behaviour in Bath Street, Abingdon, on March 20. He was fined £50 and must pay £84 in costs and surcharge.

NICOS ANTONIOU, 47, of Gell Close, Ickenham, admitted drink driving a Vauxhall Astra on Dunmore Road, Abingdon, on March 20. He was ordered to do 80 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12 month community order, was banned from driving for 25 months and ordered to pay £180 in costs and surcharge.

MOLLY LIPTROT, 19, of Marston Road, Oxford, was given a six month conditional discharge after she admitted disorderly behaviour. She must pay a £22 victim surcharge.

DALE JUSTICE, 42, of Priory Road, Oxford, was found guilty in his absence of failing to provide a urine sample at Abingdon police station on November 27 last year. He was fined £360, banned from driving for a year and must pay £121 in costs and surcharge.

AARON GEE, 45, of Turnpike Road, Bicester, pleaded guilty to drink driving a Ford Fiesta on the A34 near Botley on October 24 last year. He was fined £600, banned from driving for 14 months and must pay £145 in costs and surcharge.

JONATHAN TAYLOR, 54, of Phillimore Place, London, was found guilty of failing to identify the driver of a Vauxhall alleged to have committed a road traffic offence. He was fined £600 and given six penalty points but was spared an automatic disqualification as a repeat offender, successfully convincing the magistrates he and his family would face exceptional hardship if he were banned. Taylor must pay £620 in costs and a £60 surcharge.

FREDERICK ASTOR, 19, of Bullingdon Road, Oxford, failed to comply with an alcohol monitoring tag imposed last year for assaulting police officers. His previous community order was revoked and replaced with a nine month alcohol treatment order.

JOHN PHILLIPS, 48, of Ashhurst Way, Oxford, admitted failing to comply with a curfew on 15 dates in January and February, imposed as part of a community order. He was re-sentenced for the original offences of assaulting a police officer and a detention officer. He was jailed for 18 weeks. He was, separately, ordered to pay £45 in compensation to Thames Valley Police for urinating against a cell door at Abingdon police station.

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