SANDRA TAYLOR, 64, of Spicers Yard, Haddenham, pleaded guilty to wasting police time and sending an electronic communications message that was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character. On November 10 at an address in Haddenham, he knowingly made to Thames Valley Police a false report tending to show that an offence had been committed. The magistrates ordered a conditional discharge of 18 months and he was fined £440.

AARON MISTRY, 22, of Crowshott Avenue, Stanmore, Harrow,  pleaded guilty to failing to provide a specimen for analysis. On October 28, he failed to provide a specimen of blood for a laboratory without a reasonable excuse to do so at Abingdon police station. Mistry was disqualified for 12 months and fined £288.

PETER TAYLOR, 62 of Queen Emmas Dyke, Witney, pleaded not guilty but was found guilty of driving a mechanically propelled vehicle on a road/in a public place without due care and attention on October 10 on Curbridge Road in Witney. Taylor was fined £120 and handed five penalty points on his driving record.

LUCAS GUNN 50 of Church Street, Byfield, Daventry, was found guilty of assaulting a person thereby occasioning them actual bodily harm at Old Parr Close in Banbury. Gunn was given a community order of rehabilitation activity to comply with any instructions of the responsible officer to attend appointments or to participate in any activity as required by the responsible officer up to a maximum of 35 days. He must also complete 150 hours of unpaid within 12 months. A restraining order is also in place to not contact the victim directly or indirectly. The order lasts until November 2024.

SAMSON GILL, 50, of Patterson Place, Oxford, pleaded guilty to drug driving. On January 19, he was driving a Honda Civic on the A34 at Weston on the Green when the proportion of Benzoylecgonine in his blood was not less than 132ug/L exceeding the specified limit. Gill was disqualified from driving for 12 months and given a £162 fine.

LANCE SIMMONS, 37, of Gordon Street, Oxford, pleaded guilty to assault by beating an emergency worker and possession of cannabis. On October 28, he assaulted a police officer in Oxford. He also had possession of a quantity of class B drug cannabis. Simmons was fined £400 and ordered to pay £150 in compensation. The class B drugs were forfeited and destroyed.

CHARLOTTE MCCOLLIN, 31, of Hawksmoor Road, Oxford pleaded guilty to two counts of breaching a criminal behaviour order. On October 26 without a reasonable excuse, she entered the Templars Square shopping centre where she was prohibited from doing so. On November 13 without reasonable excuse, she entered Blackbird Leys which she was prohibited from doing so. The criminal behaviour order was made by Oxford Magistrates' Court on September 2, 2021. The magistrates ordered a £50 fine.