Uninsured motorist from Dagenham convicted of drink driving in Southend

PUBLISHED: 06:30 13 July 2017

Tadas Lubys has been convicted of drink driving. picture: ESSEX POLICE

Tadas Lubys has been convicted of drink driving. picture: ESSEX POLICE


An uninsured motorist from Dagenham has been revealed as a drink driver in a name and shame campaign by Essex Police.

Tadas Lubys, 25, of First Avenue, was caught driving over the legal drink drive limit in Southend last month.

The 25-year-old was banned from driving for 20 months, fined £350 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £35 victim surcharge.

He was also fined £350 for driving without insurance.

Lubys is one of 19 motorists convicted of drink driving after being arrested by officers as part of summer clampdown in Essex throughout June.

Adam Pipe, Essex Police’s casualty reduction manager, said: “Too many people are still drink or drug driving in Essex and it puts lives at risk.

“No-one wants to be associated with the fact they have been caught and convicted of drink or drug driving and I hope this acts as a deterrent to anyone thinking about doing it.”

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