AN ANDOVER man has been handed a suspended prison sentence after failing to provide a specimen of breath.

Lloyd Tucker, of Topaz Drive, on Wednesday, April 19, at Yeovil in Somerset failed to provide a specimen of breath after he was suspected to have driven a vehicle.

During a hearing held at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, September 26 the 34-year-old was sentenced for the offence.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge on Tuesday, May 2 that year but was found guilty on Monday, August 21.

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Magistrates handed him a 12 weeks prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.

On the same date he was sentenced for another offence, on Tuesday, April 8, in Yeovil, he damaged a glass door belonging to The Manor Hotel.

He pleaded guilty to this offence on Tuesday, May 2 this year.

Magistrates ordered compensation costs of £100 to be paid.