Man admits to charges linked to police pursuit of car in Ludham and Catfield
A man has pleaded guilty to a strong of charges following a police pursuit in north Norfolk.
Stuart Warby, aged 33, of the High Street, Ludham, had been charged with dangerous driving, driving whilst disqualified, driving when alcohol level above limit, failing to stop for police and driving without insurance.
The charges followed an incident which happened in Ludham on Monday, January 23 when a vehicle travelling on School Road failed to stop for police.
This resulted in a 15-minute pursuit around Ludham and Catfield before Warby stopped and abandoned the vehicle, fleeing the scene.
Warby appeared at Great Yarmouth Magistrates' Court today for his first hearing and pleaded guilty to the charges.
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Magistrates decided they did not have the powers to sentence Warby and bailed him to appear for sentencing at Norwich Crown Court at a date to be confirmed.
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