the first thing I'd do is look in Jackson's Oxford Journal - free if your county suscribers to the British Library 19th century newspapers, which yurs doesn't seem to - but you aso do pay as you go (see the OFHS journal or my RootsWeb post.) I looked for your ARTISS, with no success.
Then there are the Quarter sessions records OFHS has published on a DVD. But i looked for - again, no joy.
The OXF resource is the Calendars of Prisoners, at ORO. The sort of thing you find is like http://www.dur.ac.uk/4schools/Crime/AC2.htm
There is a possibility OFHS may scan them for ORO. I'm sorry - I can't offer to look him up there for you - too much else I'm committed to do ...