Car drivers and electric scooter riders banned at York Magistrates Court

Four drivers have left the road after appearing in York Magistrates’ Court recently.

William John Quenby, 29, of Church Lane, Monk Fryston, has been banned from driving for three years after admitting driving with cannabis. He was placed on a 12-month community order with 10 days of rehabilitative activities and 100 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay a statutory surcharge of £114 and £85 prosecution costs.

Paul Winston Spencer, 38, of Scardale Court, Brayton, has been banned from driving for 40 months after pleading guilty to driving twice the alcohol limit, without insurance and without a license and obstructing police on Bawtry Road, Selby, and possessing cannabis. He was put on a 12-month community prescription with 15-day rehabilitation activities and must wear a 30-day abstinence from alcohol tag. He was ordered to pay a statutory surcharge of £114 and pay £85 in prosecution costs.

Louis Shaw, 21, of Whernside Avenue, Tang Hall, has been banned from driving for 12 months after admitting to drinking while driving an electric scooter in Stonebow. He was fined £166 plus statutory surcharge of £34 and £85 prosecution costs.

Ryan Grant Parker, 31, of Middleton Road, Acomb, has been banned from driving for three years after admitting driving cocaine on Ridgeway, York. He was fined £120 and statutory surcharge of £34 and £85 prosecution costs.

Earnest L. Veasey