A MAN has been handed a community order for harassment in Andover between April 20 and July 29 last year. 

Appearing at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on March 18, Eric Ryan Jones, of Western Way, Basingstoke, admitted the offence, changing his previous not guilty plea.

He was given a tagged curfew between 8pm and 6am daily until April 17.

The 24-year-old must also pay £100 in compensation, a £95 surcharge and £250 in costs. 

AN ANDOVER man has been disqualified from driving for two years after drug driving in the town last year.

On February 1 2021, Ben Kevin Lucas, of Merchant Road, drove along Enham Lane with 248 of Benzoylecgonine - a cocaine compound per litre of blood.The limit is 50.

Appearing at Magistrates’ Court on March 18 2022, the 39-year-old changed his plea from not guilty to guilty. 

He was banned from driving for two years, and ordered to pay a surcharge of £34 and costs of £100.

A CANNABIS drug driver has been banned for a year.

Luke Underwood, 20, of The Green, Middle Wallop, was caught by the police on the A343 at Enham Arch on December 9 last year.

When tested his cannabis level was 2.2ug/l when the legal limit is 2ug/l. Underwood pleaded guilty when he appeared at Basingstoke Magistrates Court.

As well as the 12-month ban hHe was also fined £80 with £40 costs and a £34 victim surcharge.

AN ANDOVER woman has been banned from driving for a year after admitting that she failed to provide a urine sample when requested by police.

Laura Thomas of Turin Close was driving on February 27, and was asked by Basingstoke police to provide a specimen sample.

At Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on March 29, the 39-year-old was also fined £60, and ordered to pay £40 in costs and a £34 surcharge.

She was also disqualified from driving for 12 months.

AN ANDOVER woman has been fined nearly £400 after she was caught drug driving.

Courtney Fleming, of Furrow Way, was driving on Salisbury Road on October 11 last year with 6.7 microgrammes of cannabis compound in her blood.

She was additionally charged with not having relevant insurance or valid license on the same date.

The 23-year-old admitted the offences at Basingstoke Magustrates’ Court on March 29 and was handed a total of £380 in fines, £40 in costs, a £34 surcharge, and a 12-month driving ban.

AN ANDOVER woman who was caught driving while over the limit for a specified drug has been disqualified. 

Victoria Mayer, of Michaelmas Drive, Weyhill, was stopped on Foxcotte Lane on August 14, last year. 

She had 24ug/L of cocaine in her blood – the legal limit is 10. 

She also had 200ug/L of Benzoylecgonine - metabolite of cocaine – the legal limit is 50. 

She admitted to the two offences at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court. 

Magistrates banned Mayer from driving for 12 months and fined her £100.