A DEVORAN man was given a large fine for driving without insurance.

Peter Neil Jackson, 55, of Tremayne Close, must pay a total of £1,185 to the courts for the offence, which took place on the A39 Devoran on October 3 2018.

The hefty sum is made up of a £623, court costs of £500 and a victim surcharge of £62.

Jackson pleaded guilty. His licence has also been endorsed with six penalty points.

DRIVING whilst under the influence of cannabis landed a Marazion man with a fine.

Gary Lee Wyeth, 43, of Churchway, was found with an amount of the chemical delta-0-tetrahydrocannabinol (found in cannabis) in his blood that exceeded the legal driving limit.

He pleaded not guilty before changing to a guilty plea, and was fined £120.

He was also ordered to pay court costs of £150 and a victim surcharge of £30, and his licence was disqualified.

A MAN who gave his address as the Penmere Manor Hotel in Falmouth was fined for speeding.

William Connor, 50, exceeded the speed limit on Carmarthen Road in Swansea on December 12 2018.

He pleaded guilty, was fined £70 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £30, and had his licence endorsed with three points.

TRAVELLING by train without paying a £3.80 fare cost a Penzance man a total of £123.80.

Mark Anthony Gray, 49, of Cumberland House, pleaded guilty to the offence and was fined £40, ordered to pay court costs of £80 and compensation of £3.80.

A POOL woman was given an electronic curfew for breaching the conditions of her release from prison.

Jessica Marjorie Ivy Thompson, 31, of Fore Street, failed to attend three appointments that she was required to by law.

She pleaded guilty to the breach and must remain at her home address between 8pm and 7am until July 2.

A REDRUTH man breached a community order imposed by magistrates.

Tyler Tressider, 23, of Carnbrea Lane, failed to attend two appointments that he was required to by law with no reasonable excuse.

He admitted the breach and was fined £165. The order has also been extended by six months.