Man pleads guilty to driving and drugs charges after Stevenage police chase
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The driver who was chased by police and caused the Broadhall Way closure has admitted to four offences, including the possession of Class A drugs, after appearing at court.
Timothy Mutton, 26 of Runham Close, Luton, was charged with four driving offences following a police chase in Stevenage earlier this week.
Broadhall Way and part of the roundabout at Monkswood Way was closed for hours, after police were engaged in a high speed pursuit of a vehicle of interest.
He appeared at court yesterday, where he pleaded guilty to all four charges: Dangerous driving, failing to stop, driving with no insurance or valid licence and possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
Mutton will now be remanded in custody until he appears at St Albans Crown Court for sentencing in April.
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The police would like to thank everyone for their patience as they dealt with the incident on Broadhall Way on Monday afternoon.
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