Gosport motorist admits string of offences

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DRIVER Michael Tierney has admitted a series of road offences.

Tierney, 43, of South Street, Gosport, admitted driving while disqualified while driving an Audi A6 in South Street and Stoke Road in Gosport.

He also admitted driving the car without insurance on both occasions.

And he pleaded guilty to driving the Audi without tax in Stoke Road and to a charge of obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty in Gosport.

He was told to pay £120 costs. Fareham magistrates ordered him to take part in nine sessions to address his offending behaviour and put him under supervision for a year.

Tierney was banned from driving for seven months.