Scales of Justice, Monday May 2

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Ionica Florea, 27, of Cavell House, Colville Estate, London, admitted two burglaries of copper piping in Cobden Crescent, Oxford, on March 4. Jailed for 12 weeks.

Florin Radu, 30, of no fixed address, admitted burglary of copper piping in Cobden Crescent, Oxford, on March 4. Jailed for four weeks.

Marius-Adrian Radu, 22, of no fixed address, admitted burglary of copper piping in Cobden Crescent, Oxford, on March 4. Jailed for four weeks.

Daryl Mountford, 20, of Blumfield Crescent, Slough, admitted driving while disqualified, without insurance, without due care and attention, and failing to stop after being required to do so by police in Nettlebed on February 17. Committed to a young offender institution for 12 weeks and banned from driving for two years.

Kelly O’Reilly, 38, of Aldbarton Drive, Oxford, admitted stealing number plates in Oxford on February 14 and failure to surrender to court bail on March 1. Fined £50 and a £15 victims’ surcharge.

Ben Blakeley, 19, of Churchill Road, Didcot, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work on February 12. Given an extra five hours’ unpaid work.

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Billy Clarke, 23, of Saxton Road, Abingdon, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend an accredited programme on February 14. Told to pay £20 costs and given a 20-day ‘education to employment’ requirement.

Calum Marshall, 19, of Bow Bank, Longworth, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work on February 13. Given an extra five hours’ unpaid work and told to pay £25 costs.

Sharron Maasz, 37, of Luther Street, Oxford, admitted shoplifting a bottle of wine and a bag for life valued at £11.54 from Marks & Spencer in Oxford on February 21. Given a six-month conditional discharge and told to pay £50 costs.

Lukasz Pieta, 28, of Ridgefield Road, Oxford, admitted possession of 6.779g of cannabis (Class B) with intent to supply and possession of 3.619g of amphetamine (Class B) with intent to supply in Oxford on December 22. Fined £200, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs.

Antony Rogers, 24, of Pegasus Road, Oxford, admitted shoplifting seven bottles of whisky valued at £110.53 from Co-op in Templars Square on January 16. Also admitted theft of a pedal cycle in Oxford on March 7 and March 3; failure to attend a drug assessment on February 7 and going equipped for theft in Oxford on March 8. Jailed for 10 weeks.

Victoria Oakes, 22, of Neithrop Avenue, Banbury, admitted permitting someone to drive without insurance between February 2 and 10 and wasting police time by making a false report tending to show an offence had been committed on February 11. Given a three-month curfew, fined £100, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £35 costs. Given six penalty points.

John Kerr, 25, of Broadfields, Littlemore, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend unpaid work on February 13. Given 12-week curfew with £50 costs.

Samantha Mooney, 34, of Heather Place, Marston, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a community order by failing to attend a supervision appointment on February 4. Given an extra one month drug-rehabilitation requirement and told to pay £20 costs.

Roger Radburn, 35, of Atwell Place, Oxford, admitted failing to comply with the requirements of a suspended sentence by breaching his curfew three times between December and February. Given an extra four weeks’ curfew and told to pay £30 costs.

Geoffrey Mahoney, 58, of Nursery Close, Oxford, convicted of being drunk and disorderly in Nursery Close on November 16. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay £250 costs.

Scott Williams, 18, of Greenmere, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, admitted causing £29.99 of criminal damage to the rear wheel of a pedal cycle in Cholsey on June 30; causing £511.65 of criminal damage to a Ford Focus in Cholsey on August 8, and causing £235 of criminal damage to a vehicle key fob in Cholsey on August 10. Given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay a total of £741.64 compensation.

Leon Dean, 35, of Verbena Way, Oxford, admitted shoplifting a box of wine valued at £13.99 from Sainsbury’s and assaulting two police constables in Oxford on January 3. Also admitted failing to surrender to court bail on January 18. Further admitted being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a police constable in Bournemouth on December 18. Jailed for 20 weeks.

Mark Dickens, 34, of Luther Street, Oxford, admitted burglary of a camera from Jessops on January 21. Two other offences taken into consideration. Told to pay £176.40 compensation and given a six-month drug-rehabilitation order.

Colin Edwards, 33, of Thames Street, Oxford, admitted possession of crack cocaine (Class A) and heroin (Class A) in Oxford on February 8. Given an 18-month conditional discharge and told to pay £50 costs.

Lee Joshua, 27, of Gladstone Road, Oxford, convicted of assault be beating in Oxford on September 26. Given a three-year conditional discharge and an indefinite restraining order. Also told to pay £100 compensation and £325 costs.

Ryan Matthews, 24, of Osney Court, Oxford, admitted having an offensive weapon, namely a pen knife, in Gloucester Street, Oxford on December 3. Given a four-week prison sentence, suspended for a year. Given an eight-week curfew and 12 months’ supervision. Also told to pay £65 costs.

Daniel Ryan, 23, of no fixed address, admitted shoplifting a half bottle of Veuve Clicquot valued at £19.95 from the Oxford Wine Company on October 4. Given a six-month drug-rehabilitation requirement and told to pay £19.95 compensation and £65 costs.

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7:07pm Mon 2 May 11

Quentin Walker says...

These sentences are pathetically lenient, especially for the re-offenders. Why not save money by closing the Court and employ a part-time teacher to tell these people off?
These sentences are pathetically lenient, especially for the re-offenders. Why not save money by closing the Court and employ a part-time teacher to tell these people off? Quentin Walker
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7:30pm Mon 2 May 11

JanetJ says...

Does anyone bother to comply with the requirements of a community order? the penalty for not bothering is no deterrent
Does anyone bother to comply with the requirements of a community order? the penalty for not bothering is no deterrent JanetJ
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9:02am Tue 3 May 11

Joe Cooke says...

The first 3 are all Romanians who are stealing copper piping.
The first 3 are all Romanians who are stealing copper piping. Joe Cooke
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2:19pm Tue 3 May 11

EBTWO says...

Joe Cooke wrote:
The first 3 are all Romanians who are stealing copper piping.
Kick out the Romanians when they have finished their sentence and ban them from coming back for 10 years.
[quote][p][bold]Joe Cooke[/bold] wrote: The first 3 are all Romanians who are stealing copper piping.[/p][/quote]Kick out the Romanians when they have finished their sentence and ban them from coming back for 10 years. EBTWO
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3:19pm Thu 5 May 11

Mr Peter Mcvay says...

Lukasz Pieta, 28, of Ridgefield Road, Oxford, admitted possession of 6.779g of cannabis (Class B) with intent to supply and possession of 3.619g of amphetamine (Class B) with intent to supply in Oxford on December 22. Fined £200, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs...............
. How can somebody with a quarter of dope and a decent nights supply of speed be done for intent to supply?
Lukasz Pieta, 28, of Ridgefield Road, Oxford, admitted possession of 6.779g of cannabis (Class B) with intent to supply and possession of 3.619g of amphetamine (Class B) with intent to supply in Oxford on December 22. Fined £200, a £15 victims’ surcharge and £85 costs............... . How can somebody with a quarter of dope and a decent nights supply of speed be done for intent to supply? Mr Peter Mcvay
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