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Salisbury man disqualified from driving

Salisbury man disqualified from driving

Published by Spire FM News at 9:02am 9th February 2020. (Updated at 9:21am 9th February 2020)

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A 33 year old's been disqualified from driving for 17 months because he wouldn't do a breath test for police.

Lloyd Buckling, of Barnard Street, Salisbury, appeared at Salisbury Magistrates Court (as seen above) on the 7th February where he pleaded guilty to Failing to Provide a specimen of breath for analysis.

Mr Buckling will also have to complete 163 hours of unpaid work, 20 days of Rehabilitation Activities, and pay £175 surcharges and costs.

The charges were brought after an incident in the early hours of 13th January 2020 when a vehicle with substancial damage was found abandoned on the A345 at Durrington.

Mr Buckling, who was insured to drive the vehicle, was located a short distance away but when he was asked to provide a sample of breath by police, he failed to do so.

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