Dorset men dealt with for speeding by Cornwall court

THREE men from Bournemouth and Poole were dealt with in closed hearings on the same day in Cornwall for motoring offences.

The cases were all dealt with in the single court proceeding at Bodmin Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday April 12.

None of the defendants was present in court, the cases being handled by a single magistrate. Details of the cases are listed below.

Michael Neil Stevenson, 66, of Rochester Road, Bournemouth, was found guilty of driving a Vuxhall Movano at speeds in excess of 60mph on the A38(A) Deep Lane towards Marshall Mills in Plympton, Plymouth, on 28 June of last year. He was fined £66 plus £34 surcharge and £90 costs. His driving record was penalized with three points.

Michael Noel Reynolds, 31, of Keeble Crescent, Bournemouth, pleaded guilty to driving an Audi A6 at speeds over 70mph on the A30 Stowford Cross, Devon on June 28, 2021. He was sentenced to a fine of £66 and to a fine of £34. surcharge. His driving record was penalized with three points.

Aaron David Short, 26 and of Border Road, Upton, admitted driving a Renault Trafic on the A30 Millpool Junction at Lanivet, Bodmin on June 29, 2021 at speeds in excess of 60mph. He was fined £66 and surcharged £34. His driving record was penalized with three points.

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