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A total of 21 people have been taken to court in the last six months after being caught breaking coronavirus restrictions and travelling to west Wales.
The defendants have been prosecuted at Llanelli Magistrates' Court within the last six months for offences that have taken place since the pandemic began last year.
They include a man from Ireland who drove to Plymouth to pick up a car before being stopped on his way back to the port in Pembroke Dock and a man who travelled 230 miles from Hillingdon, in London, to Tenby.
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Each person was caught breaking the regulations in place at the time were fined with many of them having to pay more than £1,000 for doing so.
These are the people who have been prosecuted for making journeys to west Wales at a time when we were meant to stay at home:
- A 25-year-old man from Cork, in Ireland, was stopped on the A477 Llanteg, in Pembrokeshire, and told officers he had …
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