DRIVERS spotted speeding in the Whitby area have appeared at Scarborough Magistrates Court recently.
Alistair Greenhill (34), of Birch Grove in Sleights, was convicted of driving a Vauxhall Combo along the B1460 at speeds in excess of 30mph on 29 June. He also pleaded guilty failing to identify the driver when required to do so by North Yorkshire Police.
As a result he was fined £280, ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15. He must also pay costs of £45 and received six penalty points on his licence.
Paul Hartley (51), of Huddersfield, was fined a total of £615 and his licence was endorsed with six points after being caught speeding along the B1460 in a Peugeot 406. He was also convicted of failing to disclose the identity of the vehicle’s driver when later asked by police.
Michael Crosby (45), of Norwich, was caught driving an Audi A6 along Castle Road in Whitby in excess of 30mph. He was fined a total of £120 and received three points on his licence.
Andrew Davis (35), of York, drove a Ford Transit along the A169 at speeds in excess of 50mph. He was fined a total of £190 and his licence was endorsed with three points.
Richard Kemp (55), of Barnsley, faced similar charges after driving a Ford Galaxy along the A171 at Mayfield Road, at speeds in excess of 30mph. He was fined a total of £160 and received three penalty points on his licence.
Paula Parker (33), of Thornaby, was fined a total of £745 and received six penalty points after being caught speeding in a Ford Mondeo along the A171 Mayfield Road and then later failing to identify of the vehicle’s driver when requested by police.
Shaun Anderson (45), of North Road in Whitby, was fined a total of £745 after failing to give police the identity of the driver of a Volvo 850, who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence.