Two Llanelli teenagers damaged three cars on drunken night out
Two Llanelli teenagers could not remember damaging three cars after a drunken night out in town, a has court heard.
Leah Evans, of Salem Road, Llanelli and Holly Finan, of Trallwn Road, Llanelli, drank so much vodka and sambuca they had no recollection of the incidents.
The 18-year-olds pleaded guilty at Llanelli Magistrates Court to three counts of criminal damage to vehicles in Llwynhendy on January 13.
Ellie Morgan, prosecuting, said the defendants had been out drinking since 7pm and had started kicking the cars and damaging the mirrors.
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One of the victims was alerted to the damage to her Citroen Saxo when her car alarm went off.
The defendants damaged the wing mirrors of cars belonging to Richard Sigoni, Zoe Temple and Hannah Hoskins.
Ms Morgan said: "They had no recollection the next day down to the extent of their intoxication."
The prosecution also told the court that the pair had got into trouble together once before.
In mitigation Richard Morgan told magistrates the girls have never appeared before the court before and are both undertaking training courses.
He said: "They had been out on a Friday evening at the Smiths Public House and had been drinking vodka shots and sambucas.
"It's a lesson to young people about what happens when you drink these drinks, like vodka and Sambuca. These drinks are strong and can have adverse effects."
Evans and Finan were each ordered to pay a £75 fine for each offence, a £20 victim surcharge, £85 costs and compensation of £28.29, £70.25 and £5.97 to each of the drivers.