Drink drivers, and those in court for similar offences, appear in Worcestershire courts every week.

Drink driving normally attracts a compulsory driving ban and usually results in a hefty fine.

Here are some of the drink drivers who have appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court this month: 


ROY FRANKUM, of Broadway Road, Childswickham, Broadway, admitted drink driving and having no insurance. 

The court heard the 35-year-old drove a Vauxhall Corsa on Broadway Road when he had 49mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath. 

The offence was committed on August 31 this year - police also finding he had no insurance. 

Frankum was disqualified from driving for a year, but was offered the chance to do the drink-drive awareness course to reduce the ban length. 

Frankum was fined £173 and told to pay £135 costs, £69 victim surcharge. 


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RAF BAJER, of Tolladine Road, Worcester, admitted drink driving. 

The 46-year-old committed the offence on August 26. 

Bajer was caught driving a Mitsubishi Outlander on Deansway when he had 69mcg of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath - the legal limit being 35mcg.

Bajer was disqualified from driving for 17 months, which will be reduced by 17 weeks if he completes a drink-drive awareness course. 

Bajer was fined £400 and ordered to pay costs of £135, victim surcharge of of £160.


JERIN RAJU, of Chestnut Close, Hampton, admitted a charge of failing to provide specimen for analysis - vehicle drive. 

The offence was committed in Worcester in August. 

The 26-year-old was banned from getting behind the wheel for 20 months, which will be reduced by 20 weeks if a drink-drive awareness course is completed. 

Raju was fined £461 and ordered to pay £135 costs, £184 victim surcharge.

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ALEKSANDRA PIKULSKA, of Winslow Avenue, Droitwich, admitted the charge of driving whilst unfit through drink. 

The 37-year-old committed the offence on Hanbury Road, Droitwich, when she was driving a Hyundai on June 16 this year.

Pikulska was given a one-year community order requiring her to complete 80 hours of unpaid work. 

She was banned from driving for 17 months but given the chance to take the drink-drive awareness course to reduce the ban length. 

Pikulska was also ordered to pay costs of £135 and £114 victim surcharge.