Victoria-Rae Thomson Pleaded guilty to alcohol driving
In a recent incident, finance professional Victoria-Rae Thomson was banned from driving following a car crash. Thomson had reportedly abandoned her car in the street while on her way to a breakfast joint after consuming alcohol.
A 30-year-old woman named Vicki-Rae Thomson was found to be over the legal alcohol limit at 8:30 a.m. when she went to retrieve her Renault Clio, which she had left parked overnight. Thomson had been partying until 2 a.m. prior to attempting to collect her vehicle.
According to reports, Thomson, who is suspected to have spent the night elsewhere, changed her clothes inside the vehicle. However, while en route to meet up with friends at a nearby café in Liverpool, she lost control of the car and collided with a lamppost.
Upon witnessing Thomson hobbling away from the scene of a car crash, nearby residents were startled by a deafening noise and promptly notified law enforcement. According to reports, the officers were able to apprehend her further down the road. It was noted that she was smelling of alcohol and slurring her words.
According to official reports, the individual in question was found to have a blood alcohol concentration of 71 micrograms per 100 milliliters of breath, exceeding the legal limit of 35 milligrams. In a recent court hearing at Wirral Magistrates Court, Thomson, a resident of Oxton in Birkenhead, admitted to driving under the influence of alcohol.
As a result, he was ordered to pay a fine of £373, along with £549 in costs and a victim fee. Additionally, Thomson’s driving privileges were revoked for a period of 18 months.
The individual had planned to employ a unique grounds argument in an effort to retain her license.
However, she has since retracted her request for reasons that remain unclear. According to prosecutor Stephanie Fellano, a call was received by the Merseyside Police Control Room on October 16 of last year at approximately 8:30 am regarding an incident on Northumberland Street in Liverpool.
According to the complaint, a loud bang was heard and a female exited the vehicle and began walking away.
A finance worker was found to be twice over the legal limit for alcohol consumption when she crashed her car and subsequently abandoned it on the street.
Upon Constable Jude’s arrival, it was discovered that a white Renault Clio with the same registration number had been left abandoned in the center of Northumberland Street.
According to reports, there was damage to the front offside wheel and front bumper, which is consistent with a collision. The engine was emitting heat and the windows were fogged up, however, the vehicle was securely locked.
The Renault Clio reportedly sustained damage after colliding with an object on the road. No other vehicles were involved in the incident. Vicki Thomson, a resident of a nearby street, was found to be the owner of the stationary vehicle, which was confirmed to be insured. ‘
The individual was placed in the rear of the police vehicle that was clearly marked. According to sources, Constable Jude reportedly approached the individual in question and proceeded to make an arrest.
During an interview, it was evident that she was intoxicated with alcohol. The individual’s breath emitted a scent of intoxicants, their eyes appeared glassy, and their speech was slurred. It was evident that she was under the influence of intoxicants.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of driving while exceeding the legal limit after being warned by authorities.In the interview, she reported that she had relocated her vehicle from its original parking spot due to it being situated on a bend. When asked about the crash, she responded by saying that she had no knowledge of how it happened.
According to her statement, upon reaching the vehicle, she observed that the bumper seemed to have been kicked. According to her statement, she planned to switch into the car and rendezvous with her friends for brunch.
When questioned, she was asked about an empty alcohol container that was found in the car. According to her statement, she claimed that the item in question had been owned by a friend several days prior and that she had not ingested it prior to being apprehended.
According to her statement, she acknowledged consuming alcohol the previous night, with her final drink being around 2 a.m. According to the individual in question, she expressed regret for her actions and believed that her life had been ruined as a consequence.
According to Thomson’s defense counsel, Lionel Greig, in a statement of mitigation, “She is scared and distressed.” According to sources, she has no prior record of any wrongdoing. According to the individual in question, the incident was a regrettable mistake and they acknowledge the resulting consequences.
According to sources, Thomson has been offered a spot in a drink drive awareness course that could potentially reduce their ban by 25%.