Fourteen charged in first week of drink drive campaign

UK-Police-breathalyzer-2Fourteen people have been charged in the first week (December 1-8) of Surrey Police’s crackdown on drink or drug-driving related offences.

The Force, jointly with Sussex Police and the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership, Drive Smart in Surrey and the independent charity Crimestoppers started its campaign last week, which will run throughout December.

As part of the campaign the Force will be proactively releasing the names of those that have been charged, while officers will be Tweeting about people who have been stopped on suspicion of drink or drug-driving offences, giving brief details such as when and where the motorists were pulled over.

For the full list of those charged on each day see below:

December 2

William James Hughes, 30, of Roke Lane, Witley was stopped in Witley and charged with failing to provide a specimen of breath in custody, driving without insurance, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence, resisting a constable in execution of their duty and assaulting a constable in execution of their duty. He has been released on bail to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court December 17.

December 3

Rodney James Kirwan, 64, of Murray Road, Rochester, Kent, was stopped on the M25 near Godstone and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Redhill Magistrates Court on December 19.

December 4

Jonathan Mallalieu, 44, of Warkwick House, Ladbroke Road, Redhill, was stopped in Merstham and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Redhill Magistrates Court on January 9.

December 5

Zaid Sabah Yacoub, 32, of Brittams Lane, Chertsey was stopped in Chertsey and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on December 29.

Graham Frederick George Kemp, 37, of Deepcut Bridge Road, Deepcut was stopped in Pirbright and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court, December 23.

December 6

Kieran Richard Budd, 20, of Loxwood Road, Alfold was stopped in Guildford and charged with drink driving, driving without insurance, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence. He was released on bail to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on December 23.

Richard John Shenton, 46, of Hazelbank Road, Chertsey was stopped in Weybridge and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on December 29.

John Johnston Elliott, 42, Deerhurst Close, Feltham was stopped in Sunbury and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on December 29.

Stephen Martey Korley, 31, of Earle Gardens, Kingston-Upon-Thames was stopped in Epsom and charged with failing to provide a specimen. He was released on bail to appear at Redhill Magistrates Court on December 29.

Alexander John McGeoch, 24, of Reading Road South, Church Crookham was stopped in Farnham and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on December 23.

Mirza Kaleem Ali-Kham, 23 of Bentley Place, Baker Street, Weybridge was stopped in Weybridge and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on January 7.

December 7

Michael William Hohn Steer, 54, of Lynwood Avenue, Egham was stopped in Ashford and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on December 29.

Christopher John Neal, 56, of Ballards Lane, Oxted was stopped in Limpsfield and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Redhill Magistrates Court on December 29.

Joshua Horsfall, 28, of Haw Grove, Hellifield, North Yorkshire was stopped on the M25 at Staines and charged with drink driving. He was released on bail to appear at Staines Magistrates Court on December 29.

To keep up to date with our officers looking for drink drivers, follow @SurreyRoadCops on Twitter. People in Sussex and Surrey can text 65999 to provide details of suspected drink or drug drivers.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.If you know someone is driving whilst over the prescribed limit or after taking drugs call 999.

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