A MAN who showed a “flagrant disregard” for court orders has been jailed for two sets of motoring offences and disqualified for more than 10 years.

Patryk Tomasz Szpreglewski, aged 25 and of Capstone Road, Bournemouth, pleaded guilty to two counts of driving while disqualified, two counts of using a motor vehicle without insurance and breach of a suspended sentence order.

A Poole Magistrates’ Court hearing on May 13 was told the motoring matters related to incidents in Ringwood Road, Bournemouth, on May 12 and Southcote Road, Bournemouth, on August 22, 2020.

The offences earlier this month related to when he was driving a Renault Trafic, while the matters committed two years ago involved a Sinnis JS 125cc motorcycle.

The breach of the suspended sentence, which was imposed on February 25, 2021, involved him not attending telephone and office appointments with the probation service.

Szpreglewski was committed to prison for a total of 36 weeks, with the bench noting the seriousness of the offence due to the defendant’s “flagrant disregard for court orders”.

He was disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 10 years and four months, with an order to pay a £128 surcharge.

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