A MAN fined for breaking coronavirus restrictions was also sentenced for other offences by Bolton magistrates.

The court heard that Matthew Keigher, aged 41, of Great Holme, Great Lever, was at an address which was not his home on September 19 last year in breach of the restrictions.

Keigher admitted committing the offence and also pleaded guilty to possessing a CS gas cannister in Lever Street, Bolton, on August 21, 2019 and drink driving on May 17 last year.

The court heard that Keigher had drunk three times the alcohol limit when he drove a BMW on Grafton Street, Bolton.

Keigher was sentenced to undertake 140 hours of unpaid work and participate in 20 days of rehabilitation activities. He was also banned from applying for a driving licence for 26 months, fined £300 and ordered to pay £384 in costs and charges.

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Kelly Lucas, aged 38, and also of Great Holme, was fined £200 plus £109 in costs and charges after allowing two people who do not live at her home, into the premises to drink alcohol on September 19 last year.