Scales of Justice: Results from Oxford Magistrates' Court

SCALES OF JUSTICE: Results from Oxford Magistrates' Court
SCALES OF JUSTICE: Results from Oxford Magistrates' Court

DARIUS CORDELL, 45, of Reliance Way in Cowley was fined £200 for breaching a domestic violence protection order made by Oxford Magistrates Court on July 11 this year. He made contact with the victim and entered an address he was prohobited from entering.

RICHARD KERR, 56, of Church End in Didcot has been fined £150 for breaching a domestic violence order made by Oxford Magistrates Court on July 8 this year. He made contact with the victim directly and was within 50 meters of a property he was prohibited from entering.

ELLA TRAFFORD, 22, of Thames View in Abingdon, was found guilty of participating in a gathering or two or more people indoors during tier 4 coronavirus pandemic restrictions in February last year. The gathering took place in Windmill Place, Wantage. She has been discharged conditionally for three months and ordered to pay a victims surcharge of £22.

ROGER RADBURN, 46, of Rymers Lane in Oxford pleaded guilty to stealing a bottle of Gucci perfume costing £56.70 from John Lewis in Westgate, Oxford in April this year. He has been fined £120 with £85 court costs and a victim surchage or £34.

KIEFER EWERS, 26, of Little Field in Oxford, pleaded guilty to driving with a proportion of specified controlled drug above the specified limit in February this year. He has been disqualifed from driving for three years and fined £450.

TYLER DIXON, 29, of Moats Crescent in Thame, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly at a Travelodge in Thame in June. He has been fined £150.

JOSEPH HAMMOND, 33, of Centenary Way in Witney to the possession of cannbis in January. The drugs have been forfeited and destroyed and Hammon has been discharfed conditionally for three months.

KATE CIEKIELSKA, 30, of Fludger Close in Wallingford, pleaded guilty to driving down Castle Street on New Years Day this year with 120mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath. She has been fined £400 and disqualifed from driving for 14 months, reduced by 14 weeks due to a obligatory driving course.

IAN HARGEST, 47, of Kiln Lane in Garsington, Oxford, was found guilty by absence in court of possessing an Friction Lock Truncheon baton in August last year. He was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work and the baton has been forfeited and destroyed.

CLOEY BROOK, 26, of Coopers Piece in Wallingford, pleaded guilty to driving down Marcham Road in Abingdon on March 16 with 418 ug/L of Benzoylecgonine in her blood. She has been disqualifed from driving for 12 months and fined £120.

 

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This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford, Wantage and Didcot.

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