AN ANDOVER man facing charges of possessing an offensive weapon in public has had his case postponed due to coronavirus.

Simon Beynon, of Garden Close, is accused of having an offensive weapon, namely a hammer, in a public place in New Street on April 19.

He was due to appear in Basingstoke magistrates court last week but the case was postponed due to the situation regarding Covid-19.

The 42-year-old was remanded on conditional bail until June 18 and is forbidden from entering New Street during that time.

A WOMAN clocked at 92mph on the A303 could be disqualified from driving.

Claire Timms, of Chaffinch Chase, Gillingham, in Dorset, this week admitted to speeding in a Mercedes near Parkhouse Cross on October 9, last year.

The case was referred to Aldershot magistrates court for a hearing on June 16 to consider re-disqualification from driving.

A DRIVER has been given six points on her licence and made to pay more than £500 after admitting a pair of driving offences.

Kayleigh Coleman, of Errington Road, Andover, was charged with driving a black Chevrolet with neither the correct licence nor the correct insurance in London Road, Andover, on March 19.

The 27-year-old pleaded guilty to the charges via single justice procedure.

She was fined £100 for driving without a licence and £300 for driving without the correct insurance.

Magistrates also made her pay a £40 victim surcharge and £85 in costs, and gave her six points on her driving licence.

A WOMAN has been hit with a bill of more than £1,000 for driving without the correct insurance or licence.

Maxine Lane, of Tintagel Close, was charged with the offences while driving a Ford in Weyhill on February 12.

She was proved guilty via single justice procedure and the 38-year-old was fined a total of £880 for the two offences.

She was made to pay an £88 victim surcharge and £85 in costs. Magistrates also gave her six penalty points on her licence.

THE case of an Andover man charged with driving offences will return to court later this year so that a disqualification from driving can be considered.

Jason Collins, of Swallowfields, was accused of driving a yellow Suzuki in New Street on March 23 and doing so without the correct licence or insurance.

The 26-year-old pleaded guilty to both charges via single justice procedure.

His case was adjourned until July 2 at Aldershot magistrates court to consider a disqualification from driving.