A SERVING soldier from Barnoldswick has been banned from driving for a year after admitting being over the drink drive limit. Mason Naylor, 19, had driven into a parked car in Church Road, Thornton-in-Craven, on December 21 and was reported to police, heard Skipton Magistrates' Court. When officers arrived, they found Naylor and firefighters at the scene, the court was told.
A DRINK driver has been banned from the roads for three years by Skipton magistrates after being stopped by police in Cross Hills. Shane Donnelly, 31, was stopped during the force's anti drink and drugs driving Operation Attention campaign as he drove a Nissan Qashqai along Keighley Road on December 31. A road side breath test was positive and he was taken to Harrogate Police Station where he was found to have 48 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit is 35.
A GLUSBURN man described as the village ‘cadger’ for going around asking for money has been given a restraining order by Skipton magistrates. Jonathon Carter, 49, repeatedly asked one man in the village for money for himself and his mother, but also asked for cash in a pub and at a hairdressers salon, the court was told. Carter had taken £350 from the man, who lived alone in social housing, and who had mental health difficulties, the court was told.
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