Dangerous cycling case adjourned until after Christmas
Jamie Honeywood Archant Norwich Norfolk
A dangerous cycling case has been adjourned until after Christmas while more evidence is sought.
David Tilley, 37, of Christophers Close, Northrepps, appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court on Friday, November 8 charged with dangerous cycling.
On April 15 this year a female pedestrian suffered serious head injuries after an incident on Louden Road in Cromer.
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The woman died four months after the incident.
Crown prosecutor Jane Walker asked the magistrates to adjourn the case while police provided evidence of a post-mortem to understand the cause of her death.
A date was set for January 10, 2020.
Rebecca Utton, for Tilley, argued that prosecutors should have already supplied the evidence.
Tilley was released on unconditional bail.