On the dock: 5 drink and drug drivers among court cases


DAVID JOSEPH PIPE, 37, of Woolley Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells, admits driving a Citroen Belingo pickup truck in Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth on October 4, 2019, with more than 200 micrograms of benzoylecgonine, the main metabolite of cocaine, per liter of blood. Fine of £ 300. To pay an additional £ 32 and £ 400 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 14 months.

SAPPHIRE LOTUS ROFFE, 47, of Wimborne Road, Bournemouth, admits to driving a motor vehicle in Wimborne Road, Bournemouth on April 6, 2020 with 170 milligrams of alcohol in 100 milliliters of blood. A fine of £ 250. To pay an additional £ 34 plus £ 250 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 18 months.

CHANTELLE FISHER, 25, from Sea Road, Bournemouth, admits to having used a Mercedes motor car at Suffolk Road, Bournemouth on February 26, 2020, without insurance. Conditionally discharged for three months. To pay an additional £ 21 and £ 85 fee. No endorsement for specific reasons that she was misled by the insurance company and was, for all intents and purposes, insured on the day in question.

DANIEL ANDREW JAMES AINSWORTH, 42, of Bath Road, Bournemouth, admits he failed to comply with the requirements of a community ordinance issued on August 11, 2020, by failing to show up for a scheduled phone meeting with his supervisor on September 29, 2020, and for the phone appointment required for the rehabilitation activity on December 30, 2020. Fine of £ 50.

COSMIN ADRIAN ANITAS, 29, of St Michael’s Road, Bournemouth, admits to driving a motor vehicle in Poole Road, Bournemouth on April 18 with 102 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of his breath. Community order issued, whereby the defendant must refrain from alcohol consumption for 90 days and complete up to 10 days of rehabilitation activity. To pay an additional £ 95 and £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 48 months. Also admitted to driving a motor vehicle at Poole Road, Bournemouth, on April 18 without a license. No separate penalty. Driving record approved. Also admits to use a motor vehicle at Poole Road, Bournemouth, on April 18 without insurance. No separate penalty. Driving record approved.

ARUNAN SELVANATHAN, 33, of Innes Road, Horsham, admits to driving a silver BMW 420 at Kinson Road, Bournemouth on April 18 with 64 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath. Fine of £ 900. To pay an additional £ 90 and £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 12 months.

POOL

SHI SAMUEL LEON MANKA-LAWSON, 20, from Shipstal Close, Poole, admits to having 0.7 grams of cannabis in his possession in Poole on February 13. Conditionally rejected for six months. To pay an additional £ 22. Medicines must be confiscated and destroyed.

PAUL JAMES BURDEN, 43, and Chideock Close, Poole, admit being suspected of driving a vehicle and being forced to provide a breath sample for analysis during an investigation into whether had committed an offense by failing to do so at Bournemouth Police Station on 18 April. Fine of £ 500. To pay an additional £ 50 and £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 18 months.

ANDREW GERALD BROOMFIELD, 39, and Lockyer Way, Lytchett Matravers, admits having 12.24 grams of cocaine in his possession at Salisbury Road, Blandford on September 9, 2019. Conditionally released for 12 months. To pay an additional £ 21 and £ 85 fee. The cocaine must be confiscated and destroyed.

PURBECK

JENNIFER JANE MORTIMER, 35, of Old Barn Road, Bere Regis, admits driving a VW Polo at Safety Drive, Poole on April 20 with 80 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath. Fine of £ 120. To pay an additional £ 34 and £ 85 fee. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 18 months.

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