Bradley Stoke drunk driver banned for three years

Posted on Monday 20th September 2010 at 6:50 am by SH (Editor)

A drunk driver who led police through residential streets at speeds of up to 70mph has been spared a jail sentence – despite being banned at the time.

Kristopher Bowler, of Merryweather Close, admitted dangerous driving, driving whilst disqualified, failing to provide a breath specimen and driving without insurance when he appeared at Bristol Crown Court last week.

Despite having ten previous convictions for driving while banned, Bowler was given a two-year community order and told to abide by a curfew for the next six months.

Read more: Dangerous driver spared prison term (Bristol Evening Post)

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No Responses to “Bradley Stoke drunk driver banned for three years”

  1. ffs! Says:

    That’s a pathetic sentence. This piece of s**t should be locked up and kept off the roads, not given a pat on the head. FFS 🙁

  2. cynical sid Says:

    How long will it be before he’s back on the road again?
    Anyone want to take a bet? Not long I bet!
    These sort don’t learn and they don’t give a toss for the law or law abiding citizens.

  3. Bill Blogg Says:

    Cut off his hands !

    He wont be able to drink or drive then ….. people like this are a waste of good sperm.


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