A drink-driver from Mylor Churchtown has been banned from the roads for 38 months.

Peter Cooper, 46, of Mylor Yacht Harbour, admitted committing the offence in a Volkswagen Transporter on the A30 at Roseworthy on July 12. He had 46mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath. The legal limit is 35mcgs.

Bodmin magistrates also also fined Cooper £415 and ordered him to pay £85 costs and £41 victim surcharge.

A man failed to give information relating to the identification of the driver of an alleged offence has been disqualified.

Harry Martin, 27, of Kernick Road, committed the offence on February 7.

He was banned for six months and fined £660. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and £66 victim surcharge.

Drink-driving in Penryn has cost a Carnkie man his licence.

Matthew Mark Joseph Webster, aged 28, of James Terrace, admitted committing the offence on Eastwood Road in a green Land Rover.

He had 61mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath.

He was banned from driving for 17 months and fined £120. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and £32 victim surcharge.

A Falmouth man appeared before Truro magistrates for non-payment of fines.

Aaron Mark Pill, aged 24, of Tresawle Road, was found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to a beagle called Archie in May.

Pill appeared before magistrates in Truro on Tuesday (May 21) and was disqualified from keeping animals for the next two years.

He appeared on Wednesday having not paid anything of his £770 fine.

He told the court that he was working at KFC eight hours a week and claiming Universal Credit, having no longer got a full time job.

They agreed to allow him to pay at a rate of £20 a month.

A drink driver has been banned from the roads after being found to be more than three times over the limit.

Ross Finlayson, aged 38, of Toltuff Road, Penzance, admitted committing the offence on December 8 on Alverton Road in an Audi A4.

He had 109mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath. The legal limit is 35mcgs.

He was disqualified for 26 months and fined £635. He was also ordered to pay £200 costs and £63 victim surcharge.

Driving without insurance has resulted in a fine for a 60-year old man.

Peter Timothy Buckingham, of Passmore Close, Blackwater, admitted committing the offence at Penstraze on February 17.

He was fined £150 and ordered to pay £85 costs and £30 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with six points.

Damaging internal walls of a property in Truro has resulted in a community order for a 37-year-old man.

Daniel Paul Tanner, of the city's Hendra Vean, admitted punching and damaging walls of a house in Treffry Road on July 26.

He also pleaded guilty to smashing the windscreen of a white Peugeot van belonging to Coastline Cleaning Services on the same day.

A third charge of assault was also admitted by the defendant.

Magistrates placed him on a six-week electronic curfew and a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement.

He was ordered to pay £200 compensation.

A 29 year-old man exceeded the legal drink-drive limit.

Shaun Fairbairn, of East Hill, Blackwater, admitted committing the offence on the A30 near Bodmin in a blue Renault Clio on July 7.

He had 79mcgs of alcohol in 100mls of breath. The legal limit is 35mcgs.

He was banned for 20 months and fined £207. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and £32 victim surcharge.

A drink driver has been banned from the roads for 19 months.

Robin Neale, aged 57, of Chyvelah Ope, Truro, admitted driving a Hyundai Santa Fe in Truro on April 9.

He had 168mlgs of alcohol in 100mls of blood. The legal limit is 80mlgs.

He was fined £493 and ordered to pay £85 costs and £49 victim surcharge.

A Pool woman stole a child's motorcycle helmet.

Jessica Marjorie Ivy Thompson, aged 31, of Fore Street, admitted taking the helmet in Camborne on July 12.

She was fined £120 and ordered to pay £85 costs and £32 victim surcharge.

That offence breached a conditional discharge, which was imposed on March 25 for possession of cannabis and Xanax tablets on March 4.

She received £40 fines for each of those offences.

A Falmouth man who drove at 38mph in a 30mph limit has been fined by Truro magistrates.

Dwight Antonio Perry, aged 50, of Porhan Green, appeared in court to say that he had not received the original fine because the post was often delivered to the wrong house.

After making a statutory declaration, he admitted speeding at Trewennack on the A394 near Helston.

He said he was "shocked" to learn of his offence because, following the death of a friend on that road, he always drove cautiously.

He was fined £92 and ordered to pay £85 costs and £30 victim surcharge. His licence was endorsed with three points.

Failing to provide a specimen when suspected of a driving offence has resulted in a disqualification for a Camborne man.

Jeremy George Williams, aged 56, of Redbrooke Road, admitted committing the offence on July 9.

He was banned from the roads for 17 months and fined £200. He was ordered to pay £85 costs and £32 victim surcharge.