Peterborough released a police officer after he admitted driving drinks and could not stop for officers
A police officer from Peterborough has been banned from driving for more than two years and he was dismissed by the Cambridgeshire Constabulary after being nearly three times 
PC Ian Hayes, 36, from Peterborough pleaded guilty to drinking alcohol at the wheel, could not stop when required, and drove off at Northampton Magistrates' Court without proper care and attention
The offenses occurred in Bradfield Close, Rushden, Northamptonshire on December 16 last year.
The court was told Hayes read 100 mg of alcohol in 100 ml of breath – almost three times the legal limit of 35 mg.
Hayes received a community arrangement including an electronically-supervised curfew between 8pm and 6am. The curfew ends on 3 May this year. He was also banned from driving for 26 months, £ 275 for driving without care and attention, and £ 130 for failing to stop charges and ordered to pay £ 85 and a victim allowance of £ 85.
A special hearing at the Cambriudgeshire police headquarters in Huntingdon today found that he violated the standards of professional conduct related to abusive behavior
The official was released without notice
The driving ban is shortened by 26 weeks, when he completes a course on 3 July 2019.
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