Driver lied about having insurance

SOHAM man Jamie Bramley is facing a driving ban, after lying to police who followed his car into a garage forecourt. Bramley claimed to have insurance cover – but an officer who got on the phone to the insurance company was told there was no record of Bra

SOHAM man Jamie Bramley is facing a driving ban, after lying to police who followed his car into a garage forecourt.

Bramley claimed to have insurance cover - but an officer who got on the phone to the insurance company was told there was no record of Bramley having a policy.

Bramley then told police: "I have lost my job and have got no money."

This week, the 24-year-old of Gadwall Way did not attend court, but was convicted of driving a Vauxhall Cavalier without insurance on the A142 at Soham on June 11 in his absence.


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Ely magistrates were told that he already had points endorsed on his licence, and adjourned sentencing until December 20.

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