A man with an "eyesight issue" who crashed a stolen car into two police officers, leaving one in a wheelchair, has admitted driving offences. He pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicle-taking, causing serious injury by dangerous driving, burglary and a of other motoring offences. The court heard that Robson, of Holly Drive, who had a conviction for aggravated vehicle-taking, stole a Mercedes from a property in Littlehampton, West Sussex, in September. In the early independent escorts in the konstanz of the following day the car hit the officers as they lottlehampton attending an incident on the town's A Thomas Wilkins, prosecuting, said: "The defendant has an issue with his eyesight.
He drove straight into these pedestrians, who were next to the police vehicle, which had its lights on at the time. The court had heard ly that PC Holt suffered a fractured knee and pubis, PC Bradbury fractures to his arm, shoulder, leg and knee.
Littlehampton crash: Man in court after police officers hit by car. His lawyer told Portsmouth Crown Court custody "would be almost inevitable". A third person who was with the officers also suffered serious injuries, the court heard.
Stephen Nichols, who was with them, suffered a fractured spine and cuts and bruising. Gregory Fishwick, defending, said: "It seems custody is almost inevitable. Related Topics. Littlehampton Sussex Police.
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