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Spalding man caught drink driving after being stopped by police because of 'unnecessary braking' in Winsover Road


By Spalding Court Reporter


A Spalding man was responding to a call from a friend who 'was having problems with some guys' when he was caught drink driving, a court has heard.

Dawid Adrezej Skibinski, 25, of Hereward Road, admitted driving with excess alcohol when he appeared at Boston Magistrates Court yesterday (Wednesday, September 11).

Prosecuting, Paul Wood said Skibinski was stopped by police while driving his BMW because of unnecessary braking, in Winsover Road at 3.45am on August 4.

Boston Magistrates' Court (16173217)
Boston Magistrates' Court (16173217)

He said he was arrested after providing a positive breath test and gave a reading of 54 microgrammes of alcohol, the legal limit is 35.

Skibinski told the court he had been going to a friend who had called him because he was 'having problems with some guys', and admitted he had drunk beer a few hours before.

Skibinski was fined £200 and ordered to pay £117 in costs and charges.

Skibinski was stopped by police in Winsover Road in Spalding
Skibinski was stopped by police in Winsover Road in Spalding

He was banned from driving for 12 months but was offered the drink drivers' rehabilitation scheme which will reduce the period of the ban by 12 weeks.

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