Sue Threadkell, representing the digger driver, invited Judge Dawson
to read the pre-sentence report compiled by the probation service.
District Judge Celia Dawson, giving credit for Andersonâ€™s guilty plea, said: â€œYou, at the age of 29, still seem to be trying to avoid personal responsability for the havoc your drinking is causing, not just for you and your victims but for your parents who have suffered considerably already.
â€œI really, really hope that this draws a line under your behaviour and you come out suitably shocked and ready to do something about it.â€â€¨Anderson was sentenced to 12-weeks for each offence to run concurrently, of which Judge Dawson
would serve half.
was also disqualified from driving for four years.