Drink driver avoids jail

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - NEWS -

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NO STAMP NEEDED - Post to: FREEPOST Age Part­ner­ship A drink driver who got be­hind the wheel af­ter down­ing beer, whiskey and vodka has avoided be­ing sent to prison. Ro­mans Zi­galins (33) of Alexan­dra Road, Peter­bor­ough, was more than three times over the limit when he was stopped by po­lice in Park Road in the early hours of Septem­ber 2 this year.

He ap­peared at Peter­bor­ough Mag­is­trates’ Court where he was given a sus­pended jail sen­tence. The court was told he was taken to Thorpe Wood Po­lice Sta­tion, where he gave a read­ing of 124 mi­cro­grammes of al­co­hol in 100 millil­itres of breath - the le­gal limit is 35. The court was told Zi­galins, had started drink­ing with his part­ner and two friends at 8pm. He said he had four cans of beer, a dou­ble whisky and five or six shots of vodka when his friends left at 3am, and he got be­hind the wheel to get more booze. Zi­galins was given an eight week sen­tence, sus­pended for a year, take part in a re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion ac­tiv­ity re­quire­ment, and or­dered to carry out 150 hours of un­paid work. He was banned from driv­ing for 30 months, and or­dered to pay £85 costs and a vic­tim sur­charge of £115.

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