Rain

Rain

max temp: 17°C

min temp: 10°C

Search

Ipswich BMW and Mercedes driver caught speeding on A12 four times in seven weeks

27 March, 2017 - 16:02
Average speed cameras on the A12 between East Bergholt and Stratford St Mary

Average speed cameras on the A12 between East Bergholt and Stratford St Mary

An Ipswich driver has been banned from the road for six months after being caught speeding four times in seven weeks on the A12 near East Bergholt.

Madrea Marsh, of Bittern Close, pleaded guilty at South East Magistrates’ Court to four speeding offences and another of driving without insurance.

He must also pay a total of £1,006 in fines and costs.

All the 36-year-old’s speeding offences were captured on the average speed cameras set up on the 70mph stretch of road between East Bergholt and Stratford St Mary.

The first offence occurred on the Ipswich-bound stretch on July 7 when Marsh was in a BMW travelling at 87mph. The next happened on the same carriageway seven days later when the car was clocked at 79mph.

Marsh was caught again, going in the other direction this time at 82mph in a Mercedes on July 20. The fourth occasion was on August 31 when the Mercedes was travelling at 79mph.

The no insurance matter occurred on November 6 in London Road, Ipswich.

Police are hunting two men who robbed at bookmakers in Nacton Road, Ipswich, at knifepoint.

A large-scale investigation has been launched into an Ipswich-based financial company.

A 22-year-old man from Colchester, who also frequents Ipswich, is wanted by police.

Former Tractor Boys winger Kieron Dyer has spoken out to raise awareness of child abuse at an inaugural fundraising event.

Another royal baby is on the way, it was announced today. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “very pleased” that Meghan is expecting a baby in the spring of 2019, Kensington Palace said.

A debate held in Ipswich urged members of the community to talk openly and to “role model reasonable debate” about issues relating to Israel.

A series of ‘super-surgeries’ is being explored in Suffolk which would bring a host of primary healthcare services together under one roof.

A Suffolk village is set to become the stage “for a feast of art activity” as part of the world’s largest drawing festival.

Girls at a Suffolk school who are backing a campaign to end period poverty have said more needs to be done to break the taboo.

There’s going to be more unsettled conditions across Suffolk and Essex for the most part of the week.

Most read

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Ipswich Star daily newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

MyDate24 MyPhotos24