Barking man convicted of drink driving on the M11 in Chigwell

PUBLISHED: 14:42 27 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:42 27 December 2017

Robertas Rimkevicius has been convicted of drink driving. Picture credit: Essex Police.

Robertas Rimkevicius has been convicted of drink driving. Picture credit: Essex Police.


A man from Barking has been named and shamed as a drink driver in a Christmas campaign by Essex Police.

Robertas Rimkevicius, of Atlantis Close, was arrested while driving on the M11 in Chigwell on December 20.

He was breath-tested and subsequently charged with drink driving following his arrest at 9.15pm.

The 34-year-old was disqualified for 18 months, must do 120 hours community service and pay court costs of £85 and a further £85 as a victim surcharge.

Essex Police launched its anti-drink and drug driving campaign on December 1 which will last until New Years Day.

The name and image of ay motorists convicted of drink-driving during that period will be published on its official website.

Rimkevicius is the fifth person to have been named.

To see the others visit

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