5 people convicted in Berkshire for drinking and driving last month
DANGEROUS motorists have been charged with drinking and driving offenses over the past month.
We searched court listings to find Berkshire drivers who have been arrested for being under the influence of drink driving.
The cases below are the drivers who have been convicted of drunk driving in the past two months:
PIOTR SUPRUN, 42, of Moorland Avenue, Colnbrook, admitted to drink driving on the A4 Colbrook bypass on March 3, 2021. It was found to contain 93 mcg of alcohol in 100 ml of alcohol, the legal limit being 35 mcg. A fine of £ 440. He was also ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 44 and £ 85 in court costs. Forbidden to drive for 6 months.
THIRUMALESH SUBRAMANYAM, 47, from Calder Close, Maidenhead, pleaded guilty to drunk driving on Norfolk Road on March 7. It was found to contain 75 mcg of alcohol in 100 ml of alcohol. Banned from holding or obtaining a driving license for 18 months, fined £ 692 and paid a victim fine surcharge of £ 69.
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FOUZIA AHMED, 37 of Pevensey Rd, Slough, was caught intoxicated in Little Kimble, Aylesbury on August 8, 2020. He admitted the charges on March 10 last month and is disqualified from holding or obtaining a permit to drive for 12 months. He was fined £ 200, ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge or £ 34 and £ 85 in court costs.
GLASFORD GEORGE BRYAN, 60 of Stanton Close, Earley, Wokingham, admitted to drink driving on London Road on February 13th. Banned from holding or obtaining a driving license for 12 months and fined £ 250. Also ordered to pay a victim fine surcharge of £ 34 and £ 85 in court costs.
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MANRAJ SINGH CHANNA, 33, from Humber Way, Slough, admitted to driving drunk on Parlaunt Road on December 16. It was found to contain 79 mcg of alcohol in 100 ml of alcohol. Forbidden to hold or obtain a driver’s license for 36 months, to be reduced by 36 weeks if they complete a driving course. £ 369 fine, victim fine surcharge or £ 37 and £ 85 court costs.
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