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Wednesday, 01 October 2014

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West Cumbrian man jailed after admitting charges

A Whitehaven man has been jailed for 150 days after admitting several charges at West Cumbria magistrates court.

For failing to provide a specimen for police, Lee Matthew Flynn, 32, of Muncaster Close, was jailed for 90 days and banned from driving for 60 months.

And for driving while unfit through drugs, he was jailed for 60 days to run consecutively.

He also admitted possessing cannabis, a class B drug and temazepam, a class C drug.
 

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