In Lincolnshire’s Courts

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The following cases have been in Lincolnshire’s Courts this week.

TREVOR BADLEY

A Coningsby man denied a drink-drive charge when his case appeared before Skegness Magistrates Court.

Trevor Badley (53) of Tunby Road, is accused of driving with excess alcohol in his system on November 8.

The alleged offence took place in Tunby Road.

Magistrates adjourned the case until March 6 so the accused can attend court.

SANDRA JAY LEA

Magistrates in Skegness took a teenage woman’s guilty plea into account when she appeared at court to face two motoring offences.

Sandra Jay Lea (19) of Lodge Road, Tattershall, admitted driving on Main Road, Tunby Woodside om November 8 without valid insurance.

She was fined £110 and ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge. Her licence was endorsed with six points.

Magistrates did not impose any additional punishment for an offence of driving without a valid licence.

NATHANIEL MOODY

A Horncastle man was fined £370 after admitting a drink-drive charge when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates.

Nathaniel Moody (30) of College Close, was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £37 victim surcharge.

He was banned from driving for 20 months although that could be reduced by five months, if he completes a course.

The offence took place in Lincoln Road, Horncastle, on November 6.

PETER LOWE

Magistrates in Skegness 
fined a 63-year-old West Ashby man £200 for a motoring offence.

Peter Lowe, of Kirk Close, was found to be the registered owner of a vehicle which did not meet insurance requirements.

He did not appear at court but magistrates dealt with the case in his absence.

He was also ordered to pay costs of £110 and a £20 victim surcharge.

JOHN BENTON

Breaking the speed limit on the A153 at Tattershall last April cost a Lincoln pensioner £175 when he appeared before Magistrates in Boston.

John Rowland Bent (70) of Clive Avenue, pleaded guilty to the offence and was fined £70. He was also ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.

His licence was endorsed with three points.