HERE is a round up of all the dangerous drivers caught and thrown before the magistrate’s in Worcester.

A 31-year-old from Lawnspool Drive, Kempsey appeared in Worcestershire Magistrate’s Court on February 10 ‘causing a collision’ but ‘not paying due care and attention.’

Kerryann Bloore was driving without due care and attention on Langdale Drive on July 28 2020 and caused a collision by not giving way to the right at a roundabout in her Vauxhall Corsa.

Bloore was slapped with 5 points on a license she doesn’t yet possess and ordered to pay £114 in costs.

Meanwhile, Max Thornloe from Knapp Way in Malvern was also up in front of magistrates on February 10 for driving at 51 mph in a 30 mph zone.

The 44-year-old plead guilty to the offences that took place on Station Road in Leicestershire on January 1 last year and was ordered to pay a fine of £300, a £32 victim surcharge and £50 costs.

A Vanessa Halford from Chester Road North, Kidderminster was also up in court on February 10 charged with using a handheld phone whilst behind the wheel.

The 49 year old was driving down Worcester Road in her Mitsubishi whilst also using her phone on February 26 last year.

Halford received 6 points on her licence and was fined a total of £227.

Another speeding driver was forced to pay up but avoided disqualification as two colleagues rely on him to get to work.

John Reynolds from Harvest Road in Smethwick was up in court on February 10 for ‘driving down Minister Road in Stourport at speed exceeding 30mph.’

Reynolds plead guilty to the offence which took place on September 21 last year.

The 55 year old was handed 3 points and ordered to pay a fine of £415, a victim surcharge of £42 and £110 in costs.