Desborough driver banned from driving for 12 months for failing to provide a specimen of breath for police​​​​​​​

He was also handed a community order, told to do 60 hours of unpaid work, ordered to pay £310 costs and a victim surcharge of £95

By Red Williams
Friday, 10th June 2022, 10:27 am
Updated Friday, 10th June 2022, 10:29 am
A Desborough man has been banned from driving for 12 months for failing to provide a specimen of breath for police.
A Desborough man has been banned from driving for 12 months for failing to provide a specimen of breath for police.

A Desborough man has been banned from driving for 12 months for failing to provide a specimen of breath for police.

Sean Coakley, 43, of Gold Street, Desborough, was stopped by police at Oundle on January 26.

Coakley was “suspected of having driven a vehicle and having been required to provide a specimen of breath for analysis failed to do so”.

He admitted the offence at Northampton magistrates’ court.

As well as being disqualified from driving for a year, Coakley was handed a community order “with rehabilitation activities” and told to do 60 hours of unpaid work.

He was also ordered to pay £310 costs and a victim surcharge of £95.