JACK PEARCE, 21, of Kingham Drive, Carterton, was fined £100 after he admitted breaching a community order by failing to attend unpaid work sessions in September and November last year.

HELENE BURT, 50, of Pyrton, Watlington, was fined £120 after she pleaded guilty to failing to identify the driver of a Land Rover suspected of having committed a road traffic offence. The magistrates ordered she pay £119 in costs and surcharge and imposed six penalty points.

ASHLEY WATTS, 31, of Fakenham Street, Bicester, admitted harassing a woman in Bicester by messaging her ‘repeatedly’ between April 15 and 16. He also admitted damaging the rear door of a property in Bath Crescent, sending threatening WhatsApp messages and committing offences while subject to a suspended sentence imposed by Northampton magistrates last April for harassment. He was jailed for a total of 16 weeks and ordered to pay £50 in compensation. The court record noted that he had an ‘appalling record’. A restraining order bans him from contacting his victim for two years.

ROBERT CAMPBELL, of Tubbs Close, Wantage, must forfeit £6,695 of seized cash to Thames Valley Police. The force brought the application under proceeds of crime rules.

WAYNE CHAPMAN, 50, of The Paddocks, Bampton, was fined £1,173 for breaching waste disposal regulations by failing to keep appropriate written records and failing to take ‘all reasonable measures to prevent the escape of waste from your control to the control of another person’. The offences were committed in Shrivenham in January 2021. Chapman was ordered to pay a £118 victim surcharge and £1,479.78 in costs to the Vale of White Horse District Council, which brought the prosecution.

 AARON JOHNSON, 33, of Foresters Tower, Wood Farm, admitted fraud by false representation by using a stolen bank card. He was fined £80 and must pay £85 costs.

CALLUM WARMAN, 22, of Cowley Road, Oxford, pleaded guilty to drink driving a Renault Clio on St Aldates on April 1. Tests showed he had 84mcgs of alcohol in 100ml of breath. The legal limit is 35. He was fined £530, banned from driving for 20 months and must pay £138 in costs and surcharge.

RYAN FLETCHER, 27, of Egrove Close, Oxford, admitted causing a woman actual bodily harm and damaging her iPhone on October 14 last year. He was given 150 hours of unpaid work and must do the building better relationships domestic violence course and up to 15 rehabilitation activity requirement days with the probation service. He was ordered to pay £195 in costs and surcharge.

DARREN GOVES, 52, of Folly View Road, Faringdon, pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen of blood for analysis at Abingdon police station on January 20. He was fined £270, banned from driving for 17 months and must pay £250 in costs to the Crown.

DANNY RAYSON, 31, of Bluebell Court, Oxford, pleaded guilty to stealing bikes and garden ornaments in Faringdon, and barbecue items from a Buckingham store. He damaged a lock at the same shop. He was given eight weeks’ imprisonment suspended for a year, 10 rehabilitation activity requirement days and must pay more than £455 in compensation. A curfew tag will be in place until May 31.

MICHAEL ALLCROFT, 22, of West Street, Banbury, was found guilty of driving a Ford Fiesta in Banbury last July while over the limit for cannabis. He was fined £300, banned from the roads for a year and must pay £534 in costs and surcharge.

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