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The court reveals the names of drivers caught running on the Derbyshire roads

The following motorists were recently convicted of speeding in the South Derbyshire magistrates’ court:

Debra Bee, 63, from Main Street, Wilson, Melbourne, was fined £ 115 and was ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims, and her license was approved with three penalty points speeding at 36mph in a 30mph limit on Tamworth Road, Sawley on December 8th.

Robert Broncek, 43m from Bramblehedge Drive, Sinfin, was fined £ 276 and ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims, and his license was approved with six penalty points for excess speed at 49mph in a 30mph limit on Derby Road, Wirksworth, on January 20th.

Omar Douce, 26, of Latimer Close, Littleover, was fined £ 440 and was sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 44 supplement for victims and his license was approved with five penalty points for excess of speed at 45mph in a 30mph limit on Brierfield Way, Mickleover, on November 25th.

Nathan Duke, 37, of Coleraine Close, Chaddesden, was fined £ 146 and was sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims and obtained his license with four speeding penalty points at 42mph in a 30mph limit on Brookside Road, Breadsall on December 3rd.

Aurel Enache, 33, of Osmaston Road, Derby, was fined £ 220 and was sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims, and his license was approved with three penalty points for excess of speed at 36mph in a 30mph limit in Ball Lane, Thulston on October 30th.

Carl Hassall, 55, of Gracedieu Road, Loughborough, was fined £ 126 and was sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims and his license was approved with three penalty points for excess of speed at 60 mph in a 50-mile limit at the M1 in Breaston on December 17th.

Jaroslaw Janda, 49, of Shobnall Road, Burton, was fined £ 40 and was sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims and his license was approved with three penalty points for excess of speed at 38mph in a 30mph limit on Burton Road, Halfway, on November 13th.

Jane Larkin, 56, of Whitfield Street, Newark, was fined £ 146 and was ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims and got her three-point speeding penalty at 39mph in a 30mph limit on Burton Road, Woodville on November 13th.

Marcos Lattanzi, 44, of Byron Street, Derby, was fined £ 220 and was ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for the victims, and his license was approved with three penalty points for speeding at 61mph in a 50mph limit in Raynesway. Alvaston, November 19th.

Steven Tawn, 36, of Tilford Gardens, Stapleford, Nottingham, was fined £ 263 and ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims, and his license was approved with three points of speeding penalty at 61mph in a 50mph limit in Breaston on December 16th.

John Thomson, 64, of Ripley Road, Sawmills, Belper, was fined £ 135 and ordered to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims, and his license was approved with three points of speeding penalty at 37mph in a 30mph limit on Milford Road, Duffield on November 28th.

Paula Turner, 43, of Whittinglands Close, Chellaston, was fined £ 80 and was ordered to pay £ 85 for the costs, a supplement for the victims of £ 32 and got her license with four penalty points for excess of speed at 43mph in a 30mph limit on London Road, Alvaston on February 2nd.

Daniel Michie, 32, of Bright Street, Derby, was fined £ 40 and sentenced to pay £ 85 costs, a £ 32 supplement for victims and his license was approved with three penalty points for excess of speed at 36mph in a 30mph limit on Osmaston Road, Derby, on September 19th.

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