On cocaine and cannabis, a man behind the wheel chased the police while driving like ‘The Stig Fur Top Gear’.
Ethan Wells thought he was “untouchable” because the police chased him.
The 20-year-old was uninsured and did not have a license when he was seen playing VW golf. Stock port With faulty headlights
He chased the police, drove through the red lights and onto the wrong side of the road.
Wiles kept going the wrong way, Manshall Street Crown Court. سنا.
The chase finally ended when he tried to drive on the M60 at Junction 1, before he lost control and crashed into the central reservation.
Wells tried to flee with three other passengers.
They were found hiding in nearby bushes.
Wiles, from Egley, Stockport, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving. Drug driving and driving without a license or insurance
He has now been jailed for 12 months.
Prosecuting, Anam Khan told the court that on November 24 last year, officers came to know about a VW golfer waiting at the junction of Ashton Road and Stockport Road.
The headlights on the front left were not working and the driver ‘looked quite young’.
“They inspected the car and confirmed that the registered keeper of the car is no longer in his possession,” he said.
The driver then turned onto Red House Lane and sped up, and officers turned on their emergency equipment.
Golf sped up and collided with another vehicle at almost another junction.
The Whales continued on Broadway, losing control of the vehicle – narrowed through a wall – and then turned onto Kingsway.
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The chase continued on Stockport Road, then Carrington Road, where it made no attempt to stop at a red traffic light. Wiles overtook cars at 50 mph.
“At the traffic light junction with Burnington Road, he failed to stop and kept driving at Portwood Roundout, then drove at a junction with Portwood Street again,” Ms Khan added.
“At the end of the road, he turned left onto Great Egerton Street and overtook other vehicles, then went the wrong way around a minivan, causing the oncoming bus to provoke.”
Wells lost control of the vehicle again and almost collided with a police vehicle.
As the M60 approached Junction 1, it crashed – before trying unsuccessfully to escape.
During the drug test, Wells tested positive for cocaine and cannabis. He also had white powder, which he said was crack cocaine.
Wales has received five previous sentences.
In short, Nicola Carroll said: “His driving can only be described as panic and stupidity, which can endanger the safety of other road users, the safety of other passengers and his own safety. “
“He needed a potential death experience to realize that he was driving like that.”
Convicting, recordist Imran Shafi QC said: “While you expressed remorse and remorse for what you did, you also told the author of the presentation report that after failing to stop at the request of the police, you Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally and emotionally.
“Well, Stig is a professional race course driver, not at Stockport Town Center.”
Wells of East Street was sentenced to 12 months in prison and banned from driving for two years.
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