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A9 speeder from Inverness tells cops 'caught fair and square, no excuse'

By Ali Morrison

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A project manager has avoided a driving ban after being caught driving at more than 100mph on the A9.

Scott Bulloch (47), of Culduthel Road, Inverness had just separated from his wife.

Defence solicitor John MacColl said his client was not thinking “particularly clearly” when driving in excess of 100mph in the 70mph zone on the A9 near Daviot on June 17, last year. When charged, he told police: “Caught fair and square, no excuse.”

Bulloch admitted driving without due care and attention and was fined £520.

He also had nine penalty points endorsed on his licence.

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