Drunk and disorderly Exmouth man is fined

A 21-year-old Exmouth man has been fined a total of �250 after admitting he was abusive to a police officer during a night out on the town.

A 21-year-old Exmouth man has been fined a total of �250 after admitting he was abusive to a police officer during a night out on the town.

Luke Kevin Moulton, of Windsor Square, Exmouth, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly after he was kicked out of the Q Club, in Manchester Street, on March 18.

Moulton, who represented himself in court, was fined �150, ordered to pay �85 court costs and a �15 victim surcharge.

The court heard how Moulton was asked to leave the club and was escorted outside by staff.


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He was warned not to head back to the club, but when he ignored the request the police were called.

Magistrates at Exeter heard Moulton, a fisherman, was arrested after becoming abusive to a police officer.

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The court was told Moulton had previous convictions for being drunk and disorderly and his last offence was in May 2007.

Moulton said the latest offence happed during a friend's birthday celebration.

He said told the court he almost lost his job as a result of his behaviour.

"I am really sorry, I regret everything I have done," he said.

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