ALCOHOL treatment has been ordered for a Hereford man who deliberately refused to give police a breath sample.

Kamil Guzy entered a guilty plea when he appeared before magistrates in Kidderminster.

The court heard the 32-year-old had failed to provide a breath specimen to police when required to during the course of an investigation as to whether he had committed an offence in Hereford on September 11.


Guzy, of Dunoon Mead, Hereford, was handed a 10-week prison sentence, suspended for two years due to his deliberate refusal to give a sample and his record for like matters.

He was also ordered to undertake a six-month alcohol treatment programme and disqualified from driving for 48 months.

He must pay court costs of £135.

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