Motorist is banned from the roads for drink-driving

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MAGISTRATES have fined a man for drink-driving and banned him from the roads.

Frazer Miller pleaded guilty to driving a Peugeot 406 in Maurepas Way, Waterlooville, while over the legal alcohol limit on March 13.

A breathalyser test revealed he had 58 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath.

The legal limit is 35mg.

Portsmouth magistrates fined the 39-year-old, from Kilmeston Close, Buckland, Portsmouth, £100 and ordered him to pay £85 in court costs and £15 into a fund for victims of crime.

The magistrates also disqualified Miller from driving for 12 months.