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Giving evidence earlier in the trial the alleged victim said that during their five-month 'relationship' Barnes plied her with gifts of necklaces and took her to watch Oxford United football matches.She said: "It started off with kissing and fondling over clothes but very soon that moved to more intimate things.Black and white, short haired, pink nose, distinctive yellow eyes rimmed with black fur around the edges making them look like they've been made up with black eyeliner! I thought it was a feral one or belonged to one of the nearby farms. From the finder: "I have seen this cat around the farm land here from time to time as long ago as last summer."He made me feel different, he definitely treated me differently to other pupils, by talking to me and then winking at me when he saw me around the school.
* Constantin-Cosmin Diaconu, 22, of Court Road, London, admitted shoplifting three Xbox games valued at £134.70 from Tesco in Abingdon on January 19. * David Drewett, 57, of Saw Close, Chalgrove, admitted two charges of assault by beating in Chalgrove on January 1. *Trevor Francis, 31, of Blay Close, Oxford, admitted shoplifting meat and alcohol valued at £207.88 from Marks and Spencer, going equipped for theft and committing another offence during the operational period of a suspended sentence in Oxford on January 19. *Toby Hooper, 23, of Forestry Cottages, Christmas Common, admitted harassment without violence between November 2 and December 5 in Watlington by texting, calling, emailing and hacking into the accounts of a woman and eight counts of causing a computer to perform a function to secure/enable unauthorised access to a program/data.* Martin East, 23, of Weyland Road, Oxford, admitted possession of cocaine (Class A) and failure to take a drug test in Oxford on December 5. * Kevin Green, 36, of Pottery Piece, Oxford, admitted racially or religiously aggravated harassment with fear of violence and racially or religiously aggravated intentional harassment, alarm or distress in Oxford on July 5 and words or behaviour to cause fear of unlawful violence in Oxford on July 14.Given a 12-month conditional discharge and told to pay £85 costs.* Daniel Durham, 24, of Windmill Road, Oxford, admitted shoplifting a laptop valued at £899 from Currys in Oxford on September 27; shoplifting meat from Co-op in Botley on October 29 and possession of cannabis (Class B) in Oxford on October 15.
Told to pay £459.50 compensation and do 60 hours’ unpaid work while under 12 months’ supervision.It looked thinner than usual so I gave it some food in the garden and since then it has been running to me as soon as it hears my voice often waiting behind the door in the mornings." We have an update from the finder about this cat:"I fed the cat since before Christmas Eve and it had about 4 pouches plus dry food every day! It stayed at a hay barn where I made a "nest" for it of a horse blanked on top of the bales.