Wednesday , June 23 2021

Man accused of "driving a police car"



The drunk driver allegedly tried to cross the policeman after disturbing the North Sydney Memorial Day.

The policeman left the ceremony at St Leonards Park yesterday afternoon, when the loud subaru Outback sound was heard, which rang loudly on nearby Ridge Street and caused anxiety.

The police say a 25-year-old man drove off when the officer talked to him, hitting the officer's shoulder with a vehicle.

A Sydney driver was accused of allegedly driving a drunken vehicle in the presence of a police officer during the Memorial Day ceremony.
A Sydney driver was accused of allegedly driving a drunken vehicle in the presence of a police officer during the Memorial Day ceremony. (AAP)

The man allegedly turned his car over and turned to the constable who had to leave the road to avoid being hit.

Subaru was later found crashed into a concrete barrier on nearby Albert Street.

The police arrested the driver, and the breath analysis allegedly restored read 0.139.

Since then, the 25-year-old has been charged with five crimes, including assault on a police officer on duty, dangerous and careless driving, driving with a prescribed concentration of medium-range alcohol.

The man's license was suspended and he was refused release on bail. It is expected that he will appear today at the Local Court in Manly.

With AAP.

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