Uninsured motorist from Goodmayes convicted of drink driving in Southend
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An uninsured motorist from Goodmayes has been revealed as a drink driver in a name and shame campaign by Essex Police.
Sean Seabrook, 25, of Lynford Gardens, was caught driving over the legal drink drive limit in Southend last month.
The 25-year-old was banned from driving for 18 months, fined £100 and ordered to pay £85 costs.
He was also fined £100 and had his licence endorsed for driving without insurance and for driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence. In addition Seabrook must pay £200 compensation and £80 fine for criminal damage.
Seabrook is one of 19 motorists convicted of drink driving after being arrested by officers as part of summer clampdown in Essex throughout June.
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Adam Pipe, Essex Police’s casualty reduction manager, said: “No-one wants to be associated with the fact they have been caught and convicted of drink or drug driving and I hope this acts as a deterrent to anyone thinking about doing it.”
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