19 Feb 2019
A 35-year-old woman who was caught driving while disqualified twice in four days has been sentenced to six months in prison.
Victoria Anne James, of College Park, Neyland, was stopped by Dyfed-Powys Police roads policing officers in Johnston on Friday, February 15. She was reported for the offences and her Alfa Romeo car was seized.
James was stopped a second time by police on Monday, February 18, for driving while disqualified while driving another car.
She was arrested and charged with two counts of
driving while disqualified and two counts of driving without insurance.
She was convicted at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Courts that same day and received a six month prison sentence, and was banned from driving for a further two years.
Sergeant Justin Williams said: “Police intelligence led officers to stop Victoria Anne James on February 15 where she was reported for offences and her car was seized. For her to commit the same offence three days later shows her disregard for the law.
“I hope this targeted, swift work from roads policing officers and the courts, which has resulted in a prison sentence serves as a stark warning to James and others considering flouting the laws on our roads. We are monitoring our roads and we will take robust action to ensure we keep other drivers on our roads safe by upholding the law.”