People convicted of offences at Magistrates' courts around the county recently
Tobin Conway , 22, of Burgan Close, Cowley, Oxford, admitted two assaults and criminal damage to a taxi on July 22 in Oxford. Given a four-month curfew, ordered to pay a total of
£575 compensation and £85 costs.
Barbara Pavlov , 46, of The Hamel, Oxford, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to black cat named Lucky in June after failing to provide treatment for an infected neck wound.
Fined £65, £15 victims’ surcharge, and £100 costs.
Katy Hudson , 46, of Cromwell Close, Faringdon, admitted twice stealing a pack of 100 cigarettes from her employer Sainsbury’s in Wantage in July. Three other offences taken into
consideration. Given 100 hours’ unpaid work order and told to pay compensation of £76.38 and £85 costs.
John Byneo , 52, of Gibbs Crescent, Oxford, convicted of careless driving in Oxford Road, Cowley, on January 26. Fined £100, £15 victims’ surcharge, and £200 costs. Banned from
driving for two weeks.
Lee Matthews , 35, of Holford Road, Witney, admitted dumping about 10 black bags of household waste across West Oxfordshire in October last year. Fined £80, £15 victims’ surcharge,
and £405 costs.
Andrew McClements , 48, of Rose Hill, Oxford, convicted of travelling on the Oxford to Wolverhampton train on December 12 without paying the £59 fare. Fined £400, £59 compensation,
£15 victims’ surcharge, and £250 costs.
Stevie Brackett , 25, of Starwort Path, Oxford, convicted of not paying the £32 fare on the railway at Banbury on May 25. Fined £400, £32 compensation, £15 victims’ surcharge, and