Woman pleads guilty after cyclist hit and run at Letchworth Gate A1(M) junction

13:47 17 October 2012

Stephanie Crotty pleaded guilty at Stevenage Magistrates

Stephanie Crotty pleaded guilty at Stevenage Magistrates' Court to failing to stop or report the accident

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A WOMAN has pleaded guilty to failing to stop after her car collided with a cyclist.

Stephanie Crotty admitted injuring Alister Sykes and causing damage to his bike while driving a blue Volkswagen.

The 26-year-old from Yeats Close, Royston, was ordered to pay £400 after failing to report the accident on the A505 near to the entry to the northbound Letchworth Gate A1(M) junction slip road in September.

Crotty was also given seven points on her driving licence when she appeared at Stevenage Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

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