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Anti-terrorism cop clocked at 102mph

A POLICE officer who has worked on counter- terrorism operations around the UK was banned from driving for five months at Fort William Sheriff Court after it heard how he had driven a Mercedes car at 102mph across Rannoch Moor.

Alexander Winchester, 41, appeared before Sheriff Eilidh MacDonald last week and pleaded guilty to careless driving as a result of doing 102mph on the A82 road on Rannoch Moor on May 12 last year. Procurator fiscal Robert Weir said Winchester, who was described as an acting police sergeant who mainly works from a base at Dounreay, had been travelling south at the time of the offence.

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