Romford drinkdriver caught on M11 disqualified for 18 months

PUBLISHED: 12:12 04 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:12 04 January 2018

Martins Volks, 23, of Lindfield Road, Romford (Credit: Essex Police)

Martins Volks, 23, of Lindfield Road, Romford (Credit: Essex Police)


A 23-year-old man from Romford who was caught drink-driving has been banned from the roads for 18 months.

Martins Volks, 23, of Lindfield Road, was also fined £350 after he was caught on the M11 at Junction 7 northbound at 9.35am on June 11

He was also ordered to pay £85 costs and £35 victim surcharge for drink driving and fined £50 for not attending court.

Points were also added to Volks licence for driving with no insurance.

An Essex Police spokesman said: “Another drink driver has been convicted following our summer anti-drink and drug driving campaign.

“The campaign ran between June 1 and June 30 and 107 people were arrested.

A further 148 people have been arrested during Essex Police’s Christmas anti-drink and drug driving campaign.

The campaign ran from December 1to January 1 during which 102 people were arrested for drink-related offences and 46 for drug-related offences.

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