Monthly Archive: April 2013

Eddie Stobart driver arrested after truck blazes 0

Eddie Stobart driver arrested after truck blazes

AUTOEYEUK HAULAGE&VEHICLE CCTV NEWS!! EDDIE STOBART DRIVER ARRESTED AFTER TRUCK BLAZES, CCTV HAS TO BE PARAMOUNT IN HAULAGE VEHICLES TO STOP ALL OF THE MANY ATTACKS ON THE DRIVERS AND THE HAULAGE VEHICLES EVERY YEAR MILLIONS OF POUNDS ARE LOST BECAUSE OF THIS FACT, SOMETHING HAS GOT TO BE DONE ABOUT IT NOW!! An Eddie Stobart driver has appeared in court after being charged with two counts of arson attacks on the haulier s Scania trucks.Ronald Day, 53, from Winsford, will appear in Macclesfield Magistrates Court tomorrow (Friday 23 September) and has been remanded in custody.According to Cheshire police he has been charged with arson following an incident at Stobart s yard in Chelford on 15 September, in which a tractor unit was set alight.He has also been charged with a similar offence at a yard in South Mimms, Hertfordshire on 13 June.

The two blazes caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.A Stobart spokesman says: After a thorough investigation in partnership with Scania in relation to a recent spate of fires associated with Scania tractor units in Eddie Stobart s fleet, it became apparent that an individual may have been responsible. The individual was placed under investigation and was arrested by Cheshire constabulary. Ronald Day, an Eddie Stobart truck driver, was then charged with two counts of arson and appeared in court on Friday 16 September.

He was remanded in custody. Once it became apparent that an individual was responsible, Eddie Stobart has worked swiftly and in full co-operation with Cheshire constabulary to bring a speedy resolution to the matter. In August a fire occurred at Eddie Stobart s depot in Crick, Northants.

No employees or individuals at the depot were injured as a result of the accident, which involved one Scania in the Stobart fleet. This incident has not been linked with the above arson. Visit link: Autoeyeuk Haulage&Vehicle CCTV News!!

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Felixstowe: Drink-driving trucker jailed for being more than four … 0

Felixstowe: Drink-driving trucker jailed for being more than four …

Drink-driving lorry driver Gavin Brear Colin Adwent Crime correspondent Saturday, April 27, 20139:23 PM A LORRY driver has been jailed after attempting to drive his HGV on to Felixstowe docks while more than four times the legal alcohol limit. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in. Gavin Brear had driven to the port from Dunstable, a journey of around 100 miles.

The 45-year-old had been scheduled to load his lorry at the docks – which would weigh 44 tonnes when fully laden – before driving to Milton Keynes. However, at the time he was caught his 04-registered Volvo cab was pulling an empty 40 feet-long container which would have weighed around 15 tonnes. Brear was caught when attempting to put a key code into a booking machine as he tried to enter the port through one of its gates.

Although he had driven from Bedfordshire, it is not clear whether he had consumed the alcohol in his system before he began his journey or during it. Suffolk Constabulary officers were called to Dock Road at 4.55pm on February 27 after being contacted by port police. Brear, of Liversedge, West Yorkshire, was seen at the check-in gate by a port worker who said the lorry driver was swaying while trying to book into the port.

When the worker approached Brear he noticed a strong smell of alcohol on his breath and called police. Brear was arrested and taken to Martlesham police investigation centre. He initially denied to police that he had consumed alcohol and said the last time he had done so was three days earlier.

A breath test showed Brear had 152 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35mcg. Brear failed to turn up for his original sentencing date before Ipswich magistrates on Monday.

An arrest warrant was issued and he was subsequently detained in Yorkshire by police and taken into custody.

Magistrates sentenced Brear to 18 weeks imprisonment.

He was also disqualified from driving for three years.

Hispanic Jobs | Bilingual Jobs 0

Hispanic Jobs | Bilingual Jobs

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