NEIL SHORTER, 54, of Landguard Road, Southampton pleaded guilty to harassment without violence. Between March 1, 2022 to October 30, 2023 he pursued what amounted to the harassment of a women which he knew or ought to have known amounted to the harassment. He sent six unwarranted letters and cards of a concerning content that he knew amounted to harassment. He was fined £80.

LEITH GAYNOR, 49, of Hopton Court, Booth Street West, Manchester pleaded guilty to drink driving on the M40 in Oxford when 48 microgrammes of alcohol was recorded in 100 millilitres of breath, exceeding the prescribed limit. The magistrates ordered a 14 month disqualification from driving with a reduction of 14 weeks for completion of a course. A fine of £150 was also given.

WILLOW JULIAN, 36, of Southfield Park, Oxford, pleaded not guilty to both but was found guilty of criminal damage to property worth under £5000 and possession of Class B drug cannabis. On July 20, 2022, at High Street in Bristol, she intentionally damaged a Jaguar motor vehicle to an unknown. On the same day, she was found with 0.7 g of cannabis flowering head at Patchway Police Centre in Bristol. Julian has been fined £120 and the drugs have been destroyed.

TAMJAI HARVEY, 48, of The Firs, Grove, Wantage pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating. Between March 22 and March 24, he assaulted the same person in Wantage. Harvey has been fined £80 and has been given a community order of rehabilitation activity. He must comply with any instructions of the responsible officer to attend appointments or to participate in any activity for 19 days.

MITCHELL WEST, 40, of Wills Hill, Stanford-Le-Hope, Thurrock pleaded guilty to drug driving. On April 30 he drove a Peugeot ban on Watlington Road in Oxford when the proportion Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol in his blood was not less than 2.7 micrograms per litre of blood, exceeding the specified limit. West has been disqualified from driving for three years and has been given a £400 fine.

STEPHANIE WEST, 31, of Market Square, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire pleaded guilty to criminal damage to property valued under £5000. On April 19 the police station on ST. ALDATES in OXFORD damaged a window to the value of £400.06 belonging to Thames Valley Police. West was fined £50.

SHARON ROPER, 53, of Malford Road, Headington, Oxford pleaded guilty to harassment without violence. Between February 1 and February 6 in Oxford, she pursued a course of conduct which amounted to the harassment of a man by giving him a number of calls and messages. Roper was finished £276. A restraining order to not contact the man directly or indirectly is in place on May 8.

LUKE SIMPSON, 42, of Willowbank, Witney pleaded guilty to harassment without violence and racially/religiously aggravated harassment without violence. Between July 29 and September 15, he pursued a course of conduct which amounted to the harassment of a woman by sending her a number of unwanted electronic communications. Between May 19 and May 29 he sent unwanted electronic communications which were racially aggravated and amounted to harassment Simpson has been given a community order of rehabilitation activity for 30 days and must complete 10 days of unpaid work within the next 12 months.