Harlow woman banned as Essex Police continue drink-drive clampdown
Crime / Thu 6th Sep 2018 am30 09:39am
A HARLOW woman is among four more drivers convicted following an Essex Police summer #DriveSafeDriveSober anti-drink and drug driving campaign.
A total of 205 people were arrested during the campaign which highlighted how alcohol and drugs can impair your reactions when driving.
The consequences of this can be fatal.
Those convicted are:
Francesca Spinnati, 21, of Collins Meadow, Harlow:
– Arrested at 12.55am on July 4 in Third Avenue, Harlow;
– Disqualified for 12 months, fined £292, £85 costs, £30 victim surcharge for drink driving.
Millie Bain, 19, of New Court Road, Chelmsford:
– Arrested in Margaretting Road, Chelmsford at 10.51pm on June 24;
– Disqualified for 20 months, fined £350, £85 costs, £35 victim surcharge for drink driving.
Kenny Queen, 20, of Wellesley Road, Clacton:
– Arrested at 3.20am on June 30 in Marine Parade East;
– Disqualified for three years, fined £120, £90 costs, £30 victim surcharge for drink driving;
– One day detention for failing to attend court.
Philip Hopwood, 57, of Midhurst Avenue, Westcliff:
– Arrested at 10.53pm on June 30 in Edinburgh Way, Harlow;
– Disqualified for 60 months, 150 hours unpaid work, 30 days rehabilitation work, £85 costs, £85 victim surcharge for drink driving:
– Licence endorsed for no insurance and driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
That's why we don't see many police officers around during the day. They're all working nights to catch the boozers.