Sussex Police charge three more in Christmas drink drive campaign

The Argus: Sussex Police charge three more in Christmas drink drive campaign Sussex Police charge three more in Christmas drink drive campaign

Three more people have been charged with drink-driving as part of Sussex Police's Christmas campaign.

The latest chargess bring the total of people charged with drink or drug-related driving offences as part of the campaign to 123 people.

Robin Neal, 41, was arrested at 8.25pm on December 9after his car crashed into railings in Whitehawk Road, Brighton.

Neal, of Marine Gate, Brighton, was charged with drink-driving, aggravated vehicle taking, driving without insurance and assaulting a police officer and released on bail to appear at Brighton Magistrates' Court on January 30.

Paulius Burlingaitis, 24, was arrested at 8.10pm on December 21 after officers stopped his car in Peglar Way in Crawley on suspicion that it was being driven without insurance.

Burlingaitis, of London Road in Crawley, was charged with drink-driving, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance and released on bail to appear at Crawley Magistrates' Court on January 29.

Graham Coveywas arrested at 9pm on 26 December after a crash on the A281 at Rudgwick.

The 61-year-old from Guildford Road in Horsham was charged with drink-driving and released on bail to appear at Crawley Magistrates' Court on January 22.

Text officers on 65999 with the details of people you suspect of drink or drug driving, along with their car make and registration number, to report antisocial driving visit www.operationcrackdown.co.uk or if you know someone is driving after drinking or taking drugs call 999.

 

 

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6:43pm Tue 14 Jan 14

Caute3 says...

Naming and shaming people 'on suspicion' before they've been found guilty is disgraceful. It won't stop anyone drinking and driving but it will ruin a lot of people's lives - and some of them will be found innocent. Sussex Police are a disgrace with no concern for anyone and nothing better to do than engage in this kind of malicious gossip, setting an example that the way people should behave is to spy on others (the morally superior). The National Socialists made such behaviour part of their manifesto - FACT! I await the Daily Mail mentality comments.
Naming and shaming people 'on suspicion' before they've been found guilty is disgraceful. It won't stop anyone drinking and driving but it will ruin a lot of people's lives - and some of them will be found innocent. Sussex Police are a disgrace with no concern for anyone and nothing better to do than engage in this kind of malicious gossip, setting an example that the way people should behave is to spy on others (the morally superior). The National Socialists made such behaviour part of their manifesto - FACT! I await the Daily Mail mentality comments. Caute3

10:50pm Tue 14 Jan 14

Bill in Hanover says...

Most news articles about crime also name those arrested so why should 'alleged' drink drivers be treated any differently and even without the drink driving two of those named are also under arrest for other crimes as well.
Most news articles about crime also name those arrested so why should 'alleged' drink drivers be treated any differently and even without the drink driving two of those named are also under arrest for other crimes as well. Bill in Hanover

8:47am Wed 15 Jan 14

RottingdeanRant says...

Bill in Hanover wrote:
Most news articles about crime also name those arrested so why should 'alleged' drink drivers be treated any differently and even without the drink driving two of those named are also under arrest for other crimes as well.
Just because they do does not make it right.
[quote][p][bold]Bill in Hanover[/bold] wrote: Most news articles about crime also name those arrested so why should 'alleged' drink drivers be treated any differently and even without the drink driving two of those named are also under arrest for other crimes as well.[/p][/quote]Just because they do does not make it right. RottingdeanRant

7:15pm Wed 15 Jan 14

LeonBIank666 says...

Robin Neal has lost his licence. Couldn't happen to a nicer chap!!

Hope he likes his new bike.
Robin Neal has lost his licence. Couldn't happen to a nicer chap!! Hope he likes his new bike. LeonBIank666

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