Speeding drink-driver runs red light with six-year-old child in back…

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Speeding drink-driver runs red light with six-year-old child in back…

Speeding drink-driver runs red light with six-year-old child in back of car
2021-11-20 19:18:00
A speeding drink-driver skipped a red light before he was caught by police with a six-year-old child in the back of his car. The man was spotted by police on patrol in the Cottingham Road area of Hull on Friday night. After initially refusing to cooperate with officers, the driver failed a breathalyser with an alcohol reading almost three times above the legal limit. To read more of the latest Humberside Police news, click here The man was arrested and taken to Clough Road Police Station. In a post on social media highlighting the force's eventful Friday night, a Humberside Police spokeswoman said: “Officers were returning to the police station to complete the various forms and clerical work in relation to a case of #DomesticAbuse, where the victims daughter has repeatedly demanded money #FinancialAbuse, when they saw a vehicle travelling at speed across a junction and through a red light on Cottingham Road. “Fortunately the driver of the vehicle stopped for us – which was a relief as he had a six-year-old child in the back seat. The breathalyser test of the man who drove through a red light in Cottingham Road at speed, with a six-year-old child in the back. “Initially refusing to provide, the driver later blew 99 on the evidential intoximeter. “Almost as soon as we had finished in custody it was straight back out to arrest a #Wanted man for domestic assault who was inside the address with the victim.” Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the drink driving alcohol breath limit is 35 micrograms per 100 millilitres of breath. Drink-drivers often appear before Hull's courts and this week was no exception. Daniel Burton, 24 and of Middleton Street, appeared at Hull Magistrates' Court on Monday (November 15) to plead guilty to driving a vehicle when alcohol level above the limit and three other counts. On August 15 this year, he had driven at speed down Paragon Street before careering into scaffolding and an electrical box in South Street. Burton was sentenced to a 20 month driving ban, a 12 month community order with 20 rehabilitation days and costs and fines totalling £220. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video wil

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