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A number of people have appeared in court on charges relating to alcohol and drugs.

BOURNEMOUTH

BRUNO MIGUEL SANTANA SEMEDO, 35, of Wadden Road, London, admits driving a motor vehicle with 57 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath on July 20 on Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Fined £120. To pay a £48 surcharge plus £20 in costs. For 15 months, you are barred from holding or obtaining a driver’s license.

MARK JOHN MILLINGTON-BATES, 32, of Hambledon Road, Bournemouth, admits driving an Iveco van on April 1 with at least 10 micrograms of THC per litre of blood in Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. Fined £60. To pay a £34 surcharge and £20 in expenses. For 12 months, you are barred from holding or obtaining a driver’s license. In addition, he admits to driving an Iveco van on Christchurch Road in Bournemouth on April 1 with at least 704 micrograms of benzoylecgonine per litre of blood. Fined £60. Driving record has been approved.

CLAIRE WYBURN, 52, of Grants Close, Bournemouth, admits failing to provide a specimen or specimens of breath in the course of an investigation into whether she had committed an offence at Bournemouth Custody in Madeira Road, Bournemouth, on July 20 when she was suspected of driving a vehicle and was required to provide a specimen or specimens of breath in the course of an investigation into whether she had committed an offence. A community order was issued, requiring the defendant to refrain from consuming alcohol for 90 days, participate in up to 20 days of rehabilitation activity, and perform 40 hours of unpaid work. To pay a £114 surcharge plus £40 in costs. For 22 months, you are barred from holding or obtaining a driver’s license.

JAMES CAIRNS, 36, of no fixed abode, admits to possessing a quantity of cannabis on July 19 at Bournemouth Custody and Enquiries in Madeira Road, Bournemouth. Fined £80. To pay a £32 surcharge and £85 in expenses. Also admits to committing a second offense while subject to a 12-month conditional discharge order imposed on March 31 for criminal damage. There was no action taken in response to the violation.

CHRISTCHURCH

DAVID ANTHONY WATERMAN, 53, of Edward Road, Somerford, admits failing to comply with the supervision requirements imposed following his release from prison in that he failed to be of good behavior and not behave in a way that undermined the rehabilitative purpose of the supervision period in that he displayed unacceptable behavior at Bournemouth Probation Office on June 29 and Poole Magistrates’ Court on July 14, and he failed to reside permanently. Sentenced to 14 days in prison. Also admits to being drunk and disorderly on July 14 at the Law Courts, Civic Centre, Poole. There is no separate penalty. On July 14, he also admitted to damaging windows at the Law Courts, Civic Centre, Poole. Committed to prison for 28 days in a row. The total length of the sentence is 42 days. Also admits with intent to cause a person harassment, alarm or distress, using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour thereby causing that or another person harassment, alarm or distress and the offence was racially aggravated in Boscombe on January 22. Committed to prison for 28 consecutive days. Also admits to possessing cannabis for personal use in Bournemouth on February 2. There is no separate penalty. Drugs will be confiscated and destroyed. Also admits behaving in an anti-social manner in Boscombe on January 12, which he was prohibited from doing by a criminal behaviour order made on March 17, 2017.