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Three more south Warwickshire men in court on drink-driving charges





A STRATFORD man was banned from driving for 18 months after failing to give a breath test.

Warwickshire Police said officers suspected Adrian Calota, 36, of Sloe Court, was not blowing into the breathalyser tube and he was arrested and later charged.

Calota, who had been riding a moped, was arrested at 6.40pm on 15th December after police were called to a collision on Alcester Road.

At Leamington Magistrates’ Court on Friday (2nd) February, he was fined £230 and ordered to pay £135 costs and a £92 victim surcharge.

Also in court on the same day was John Evans, 68, of High Street, Barford, who was arrested at 12.39am on 17th December after a member of the public rang police to report a suspected drink-driver.

He was banned from driving for 14 months, fined £480 and ordered to pay £135 costs and a £192 victim surcharge after being charged with drink-driving and driving without insurance.

Bradley Jordan, 23, of Manor Cottages, Knightcote, was disqualified from driving for 16 months for drink-driving after appearing at the same court.

He was also fined £438 and ordered to pay £135 costs and a £175 victim surcharge.

Jordan was arrested after he failed a roadside breath test when police were called to a single vehicle collision in Knightcote.

The drivers were among the latest to appear in court on drink- and drug-driving charges following an operation by Warwickshire Police over the festive period.



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