A man has been fined £400 after he admitted committing two driving offences.
Dean Toshney, 48, of Brownhill Street, admitted that on March 20, on Lawton Terrace, he drove a car without holding a valid licence.
He further admitted that on the same date and in the same location, he drove the vehicle while there was no insurance certificate in place.
Toshney was fined £100 for driving without a licence – although this was discounted from £150 owing to his early plea.
He was fined a further £300 for driving without insurance – which was also discounted from £450, again to take into account Toshney’s early plea.
Six penalty points were also added to his driving record.