THOMAS REEVES, 30, of Penrose Court, Penrose Drive, Banbury, pleaded guilty driving without third party insurance and not in accordance with a licence. On April 15 in Banbury he was driving a Hyundai Tucson on Beaconsfield Road without third party insurance and otherwise than in accordance with a licence authorising you to drive a motor vehicle of that class. Reeves was fined £184 and given eight penalty points.

JONATHAN BENTLEY, 39, of No Fixed Abode, Bicester, pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and heroin. On April 21 in Bicester he had had in his possession a quantity of cocaine and heroin, controlled drugs of class A. The magistrates imposed a community order for drug rehabilitation and mental health treatment for nine months. The drugs were forfeited and destroyed. Bentley also pleaded guilty theft from a shop and possession of heroin. 

KIERAN FLINT, 26, of Barley Hill, Culworth, Northamptonshire, pleaded guilty to drug driving and failure to surrender to police/court bail. On March 28 in Banbury, he was driving an Audi A3 on George Street when 689 micrograms of a controlled drug, namely Benzoylecgonine was found in his blood. On October 17 he failed to surrender to police/court bail at the appointed time in Oxford having been bailed on September 21. Flint was disqualified for 14 months and given a community order for 80 hours of unpaid work to be completed within 12 months.


NICHOLAS BAKER, 38, of Isis Avenue, Bicester, pleaded guilty to drug driving. On April 18, he was driving a MG ZS on Howes Lane when the proportion of a controlled drug, namely Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, in her blood exceeded the specified limit. Baker was disqualified for 12 months and given a £276 fine.

HENRY YOUNG, 23, of Bothy Cottage, Rye Farm, Culham, Abingdon, pleaded guilty to drink diving. On October 1 he was driving an Audi A3 on BATH STREET, HIGH STREET and OCK STREET in Abingdon whilst above the legal alcohol limit blowing 100 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. Young was disqualified for 3 years and given a community order of 16 days unpaid work to be completed within 12 months. Disqualification will be reduced by 36 weeks of unpaid work completed on time.

ADAM TAYLOR, 39, of Dunnock Way, Oxford pleaded guilty to remaining on/entering premises in contravention of a closure order. Taylor was fined £400.

PAUL GEORGE, 56, of Phipps Road, Oxford, pleaded not guilty to assault by beating but was found guilty of assault by beating. On January 2 in Oxford, he assaulted Ruth Brown by beating her. George was given a community order of rehabilitation activity to attend appointments with responsible officer or to participate in any activity as required by the responsible officer up to a maximum of 27 days. He must pay £200 in compensation and was given a restraining order not to contact Ruth Brown directly or indirectly save through email for the purposes of child contact or updates on child welfare, This order lasts until October 25, 2025.

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