A repeat offender hoon has been fined 1000’s and ordered off the roads for years after he led police on a harmful high-speed chase by way of suburban streets.
Leonard David Hagan led police on a harmful high-speed chase by way of busy suburban roads in Ferny Hills.
Hagan pleaded responsible at Pine Rivers Magistrates Courtroom on Tuesday to harmful operation of a motorcar, evading police, failing to offer a specimen of breath and driving below the affect of liquor.
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The courtroom heard police observed Hagan, 37, rushing on Samford Rd and tried to drag him over.
Hagan drove away from them at pace and turned onto Ferny Means.
Hagan drove at excessive speeds away from police, on the incorrect aspect of the street over a crest the place he had no thought if site visitors was oncoming.
The pursuing police stopped following after deciding the chase was too harmful. They checked the automobile’s registration and located it registered to Hagan at a close-by home.
Police went to the home the place they discovered the still-warm automotive and Hagan.
He advised police he had not been driving. Police smelled liquor on Hagan’s breath and requested him to do a breath check, however he refused.
Hagan was arrested and refused to do a breath check on the police station.
Justice of the Peace Trevor Morgan mentioned he believed Hagan would ultimately go to jail due to his driving.
“Most individuals by the point they’re of their 30s have pulled their head in,” he mentioned.
“I think it will not be lengthy earlier than you go to jail.
“If I used to be you I might be scared of getting in a automotive, not to mention driving one.
“In the event you get picked up for disqualified driving … you are going to jail.”
Hagan was fined $9000 and disqualified from driving for 2 years.
Initially revealed as Hoon fined 1000’s for harmful police chase